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CJFV-12 - Juniper ScreenOS Configuring Transparent Mode

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See the full on-line class at: http://puluka.com/classes/course/view.php?id=5 Transparent Mode Description Configuration Verifying Operations
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Shiva Prasad (1 year ago)
Hi Steve, Thanks for the great video. A couple of queries Can we configure a Separate L2 Zone for Management, and keep it separate from v1-trust and v1-untrust ? In doing so can we have v1-trust,v1-untrust in a certain broadcast domain and the management zone in a different broadcast domain ? Basically Keeping the management zone separate from the "production" ones.
Steve Puluka (1 year ago)
There are no restrictions for the number of interfaces per zone. But every interface must belong to a zone or it will not be able to pass traffic.
Shiva Prasad (1 year ago)
Thanks Steve ! are there any restrictions on the number of interfaces per zone when operating in transparent mode ? for example can I have 2 interfaces in v1-trust ?
Steve Puluka (1 year ago)
The important thing to remember about transparent mode is that ALL interfaces are in the SAME broadcast domain. There is no L2 separation at all with any interface. So zones are assigned to the physical port where the packet ingresses or egresses the ScreenOS device but all the ports are in the same L2 sphere.
Nope (1 year ago)
no sound ?
Steve Puluka (1 year ago)
The terminology here with ScreenOS transparent mode can be confusing. The VLAN1 is a virtual interface for the mgmt of the device. This is not an actual VLAN as you might assume by the name. All the interfaces are in the same broadcast domain and have no Layer 3 configuration at all so the only ip address associated with the ScreenOS device in transparent mode is the address assigned to the VLAN1 interface.
Nope (1 year ago)
no working for me with Chrome or Opera ... I do have a question: I do not understand how VLAN1 is working ... When following your video, I gave an IP number to VLAN1 but I am not able to ping it or simply use it to manage .... What ethernet number should I use (0/0 ... 0/6) ? How to attached an ethernet device to VLAN1 (link down) ? Thx
Steve Puluka (1 year ago)
Yes, there is sound on the video.
Tech Mech (1 year ago)
Thank you sir. You are awesome.
高木真斗 (2 years ago)
Brian Wesley (3 years ago)
Fantastic video. Thanks for being so thorough.
Kamran Shakil (4 years ago)
gr8 video !

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