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What permissions does a class need to change the root-authentication password?

Hi All, I have referenced the following page ( https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en US/junos/topics/concept/access-privileges-levels-overview.html ) in an effort to create a user solely for the purpose of rotating the root user's password every week. I have configured the user with...



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SRX240 cluster with LACP through a Cisco switch

Hi everyone! I would like to ask for some help. We are trying to put together 2 SRX240 firewalls in a cluster with a Cisco switch between them and with LACP between them on the reth interfaces. The control and the fabric link won't work through the switch only when we connect them...



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SRX 1500 HA over L2 question

Hi guys, I need to deploy 2 srx 1500 but HA over L2. I want to konw is control port tag enabled on srx 1500? Any command can check and modify? Thanks Seansc #srx1500 #controlport #HA #SRX




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srx5400 HA cluster and dual SPC

Hi, I've got two srx5400, each with two SPC cards in a HA cluster. I am aware srx5400 can have only one RE so only control port 0 (em0) can be used. All of dual control link configuration references are for srx5600/5800 when two REs are present - when both HA control port 1 and 0...


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Expert Advice: Creating Repeatable Labs and Demos Using Automation

Using Ansible, PyEZ and Contrail to build repeatable labs and demos One of the greatest challenges for technical organisations, both within Juniper and in our customers and partners, is creating repeatable labs and demonstrations for systems engineering, professional services and technical...


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Scripting How-To: Determine what code to automate

Determine What Code to Automate There are multiple ways to automate. A working example provides a template structure that you can quickly modify and customize for efficiency and effectiveness. Version control enables you to use a working example, tweak it little by little, and then run...