If a USB flash drive is not inserted into the USB connector or if the attempt otherwise fails, the device next tries the CompactFlash card, and finally the internal flash memory. You can perform the initial software configuration of the services gateway by using the browser-based setup wizard or by using the command-line interface CLI. Before configuring the device, gather the configuration information required to deploy the device in your network. At minimum, the setup wizard requires the following information: Device name to be used on the network Password for the root user Time information for the services gateway location: Local time zone Name or IP address of a Network Time Protocol NTP server, if NTP is used to set the time on the services gateway Local date and time if an NTP server is not used to set the time Understanding the Factory-Default Configuration Your services gateway comes configured with a factory-default configuration. The default configuration also includes the following security configuration: Two security zones are created: trust and untrust. A security policy is created that permits outbound traffic from the trust zone to the untrust zone.
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Configuring Application Firewall Rule Sets for Application Enforcement Step-by-Step Procedure To configure the security policy with application firewall rule sets that permit or deny traffic from different dynamic applications: Create a white list to permit certain applications. In this example, policy Branch1-policy applies the rule set phase1 to all traffic from the Branch1-Zone zone to the HQ-Zone zone.
In this example, a single forwarding class, my-app-fc, is defined and assigned to queue 0. In this example, two rate limiters are defined: test-r1 with a bandwidth of Kbps and a burst limit of 13, bytes test-r2 with a bandwidth of Kbps and a burst limit of 26, bytes  set class-of-service application-traffic-control rate-limiters test-rl bandwidth-limit user host-1 set class-of-service application-traffic-control rate-limiters test-rl burst-size-limit user host-1 set class-of-service application-traffic-control rate-limiters test-r2 bandwidth-limit user host-1 set class-of-service application-traffic-control rate-limiters test-r2 burst-size-limit Define AppQos rules and application match criteria.
For this example, rule 0 in rule set ftp-test1 is applied to junos:FTP packets. In this example, when a match is made, the packet is marked with the forwarding class my-app-fc, the DSCP value of af22, and a loss priority of low.
In this case, the rate limiter test-r1 is set in both directions. Note Rate limiter test-r1 can be assigned to one or both traffic directions in rule 0. It could also be assigned in other rules within rule set ftp-test1. However, once test-r1 is assigned to rule set ftp-test1, it cannot be assigned in any other rule set. In this example, following rule rule 1 applies to all remaining applications:  set class-of-service application-traffic-control rule-sets ftp-test1 rule 1 match application-any Assign rate limiters for the second rule.
In this example, any traffic that is not from FTP is assigned rate limiter test-r2 in both directions. In this example, policy Branch1-policy applies the rule set ftp-test1 to all traffic from the Branch1-Zone zone to the HQ-Zone zone. As a first step, download and install the signature database from the Juniper Networks website.
Next, enable the security policy for IDP inspection. You can use the same procedure for other branches. Check the status using the status checking CLI Note Downloading the database might take some time depending on the database size and the speed of your Internet connection. Check the security package download status. Check the status using the status checking CLI Note Installing the attack database might take some time depending on the security package size.
Check the attack database install status. The command output displays information about the downloaded and installed versions of the attack database. Check the status using the status checking CLI Check the security package download status. Version info Install the IDP policy templates. Check the status using the status checking CLI Verify the installation status update. Enable the templates. On commit, the Junos OS management process mgd looks in templates. The downloaded templates are saved to the Junos OS configuration database, and they are available in the CLI at the [edit security idp idp-policy] hierarchy level.
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