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Generating the License Key for an NSM Appliance Installation 16 Installing NSM with an IPv6 Management Address. Juniper Networks Network and Security Manager (NSM) is a unified device management solution for Juniper’s network infrastructure of routing, switching and. To receive Juniper Networks NSM and Juniper Networks Secure Service Gateway (SSG) logs events, configure a log source to use the Juniper Networks NSM.

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The device generates event alarms for any security event that has a predefined severity level of emergency, critical, or alert. Source zone associated with a traffic log entry.

Date and time the device generated the log entry. The NAT source address of the packet that generated the log entry. DI log entries provide information about an attack match against a deep inspection profile object.

Traffic matches an attack object. Comment User defined comment about the log entry. Self Displays all logs generated for non-traffic related reasons. Displays all logs generated for non-traffic related reasons. Add Test address to the Policy: The final access-control status of activities is either success nms failure.

The name of the domain global or subdomain that contains the changed object. Predefined Views View Description Critical Displays events that match security policy rules marked with severity of critical. To create a new view, select the columns you want to display and apply filters.

Overview of the User Interface. Application associated with the current log. Category Type of log entry: Dst Intf Name of the junipdr interface of the packet that generated this log entry. The CLI has two modes: The following sample output shows the protocols configuration of an M Series device: Additional Comments characters remaining.


Export Device Config to a file.

Table 4 describes the columns in the Audit Log Viewer table. Device Domain Domain for the device that generated this log entry. Device that generated this log entry. In configuration mode, you enter these statements to define all properties of the Junos OS, including interfaces, general routing information, routing protocols, user access, and several system hardware properties.

Subcategory Category-specific type of log entry examples are “Reboot” or message ID. For sessions, specifies the combined number of inbound and outbound packets. To display details of a nonconfiguration event, such as adding the device, auto-detecting a device, or rebooting a device, select the audit log entry for that change in the Audit Log table and view details in the Device View table, which is displayed below the Audit Log Viewer table.

Destination IP address of the packet that generated the log entry. Suppose you find a log for an attack targeting HTTP traffic.

It generates a log when it identifies the attack pattern in traffic through the IDP device. Then, create a policy and assign it to the modeled Device: Address object Import Service object Import Overview of procedures: Rule Domain The domain of the rule that generated the log entry.

Closed—The device closed the connection and sent a RST packet to both the client and the server. Use the reference information in the details pane juhiper the log table to learn more about the attack. Specifies the domain ID of the target view. Additional information that is not displayed in other audit log columns.


Copy address object entry as needed to create more objects. Dropped Packet—The device dropped a matching packet before it could reach its destination but did not close the connection. Use ACM to configure an alias for the interface if you want to be able to view or sort on the alias. Create modeled NS Assign policy with one rule to modeled NS Export config of modeled NS Strip out all non-essential info out of exported file Add address objects into file Import file back into modeled NS bringing address objects with it.


Configuring the Juniper Networks NSM protocol

Packets Total For sessions, specifies the combined number of inbound and outbound packets. Figure 1 shows the NSM UI with the Configure navigation tree expanded and the main display area containing the services available from the Configure panel.

For sessions, specifies the number of inbound packets. For some components, right-click menus are available to perform tasks. Targets For changes made to nzm device configuration or object, the Audit Log Viewer displays the object type, object name, and object domain.

Different services display when you select the Investigate or Administer panels. Configuration mode—A router configuration is stored as a hierarchy of statements. As you become junipfr with NSM Log Viewer filters, you are likely to discover views of the data you typically want to use to monitor traffic. Protocol that the packet that generated the log entry used. You can use NSM to view, manipulate, and export logs. Here is an example file that contains a test service and a test address object to be imported into the modeled device used in this KB: We are going to name it ObjectBuffer.