You can provide more than one search domain names by executing the set security remote-access client-config name domain-name domain-name multiple times. When you enter more than one domain name, it automatically adds a separator comma to that value. The number of domain names are limited to the total number of characters and must not exceed characters.
For example, the two domain names juniper. In always mode, the first VPN connection established when the user clicks the "Connect" button. After that, whenever VPN connection gets disconnected without manual intervention, the client device always attempts to re-establish the connection automatically.
The remaining statements are explained separately. See CLI Explorer. Support for domain-name option at the [edit security remote-access client-config name ] hierarchy level added in Junos OS Release Help us improve your experience. Let us know what you think. Do you have time for a two-minute survey? Maybe Later. Hierarchy Level [edit security remote-access]. Description Define Juniper Secure Connect remote client configuration parameters. Options name Name of configuration object name.
Windows 7 and Windows 8. Using the Juniper Secure Connect application on these Windows versions has not been qualified by Juniper and may lead to unexpected results. By default, each SRX Series device includes two built-in concurrent user licenses.
You must purchase and install a license for additional concurrent users. Contact your Juniper Networks representative for remote-access licensing. Help us improve your experience. Let us know what you think. Do you have time for a two-minute survey? Maybe Later. What Is Juniper Secure Connect?
You can configure a policer on the ingress PE switch to prevent this:. You cannot bind a policer to a CCC interface. Default schedulers are provided for best-effort and network-control forwarding classes. If you are using assured-forwarding, expedited-forwarding, or any custom forwarding class, we recommend that you configure a scheduler to support that forwarding class. See Understanding CoS Schedulers. MPLS services are often used to ensure better performance for low-latency applications such as VoIP and other business-critical functions.
These applications place specific demands on a network for successful transmission. CoS gives you the ability to control the mix of bandwidth, delay, jitter, and packet loss while taking advantage of the MPLS labeling mechanism. Because of the unidirectional configuration, the DSCP classifier needs to be configured only on the ingress PE switch.
It is a unidirectional configuration. Therefore, you need to configure custom classifiers and custom rewrite rules as follows:. If you are using assured-forwarding , expedited-forwarding , or other custom forwarding classes, we recommend that you configure a scheduler to support that forwarding class.
It includes configuration of a policer on the ingress PE switch. This example creates a custom EXP rewrite rule exp1 on the ingress PE switch, specifying a loss-priority and code point to be used for the expedited-forwarding class as the packet travels through the LSP.
Table 3 shows the CoS configuration components added to the ingress PE switch. Table 4 shows the CoS configuration components added to the egress PE switch in this example. Interface that transmits packets from this network to devices outside the network. No CoS classifier is specified for this interface.
A scheduler can be specified. The EXP classifier is enabled by default on the switch and applied implicitly to these interfaces. Table 5 shows the MPLS configuration components used for the provider switch in this example. Interfaces that connect the provider switch to the ingress PE switch PE Interfaces that transmit packets to the egress PE PE The EXP rewrite rule is applied implicitly on these interfaces. Schedulers can also be specified and will be applied to these interfaces. Add the expedited-forwarding class to this custom DSCP classifier, specifying a loss priority and code point:.
Specify the values for the custom EXP rewrite rule, e1 :. Specify the number of bits per second permitted, on average, for the firewall policer, which will later be applied to the LSP:. Specify the maximum size permitted for bursts of data that exceed the given bandwidth limit for this policer:. To quickly configure a custom EXP classifier on the remote PE switch, copy the following commands and paste them into the switch terminal window of PE Add the expedited-forwarding class to this custom EXP classifier, specifying a loss priority and code point:.
To quickly configure a custom EXP classifier and a custom EXP rewrite rule on the provider switch, copy the following commands and paste them into the switch terminal window of the provider switch:. Verify the operational state of the policer that is configured on the ingress PE switch.
This output shows that the firewall filter mypolicer has been created. For each logical interface, display either the table index of the classifier for a given code point type or the queue number if it is a fixed classification in the forwarding table. Display mapping of the queue number and loss priority to code point value for each rewrite rule as it exists in the forwarding table.
This output shows that a new EXP classifier with the index number has been created. You can use class of service CoS within MPLS networks to prioritize certain types of traffic during periods of congestion by applying packet classifiers and rewrite rules to the MPLS traffic.
MPLS classifiers are global and apply to all interfaces configured as family mpls interfaces. When a packet enters a customer-edge interface on the ingress provider edge PE switch, the switch associates the packet with a particular CoS servicing level before placing the packet onto the label-switched path LSP.
EXP classifiers are behavior aggregate BA classifiers. EXP rewrite rules change rewrite the CoS value of the EXP bits in outgoing packets on the egress queues of the switch so that the new rewritten value matches the policies of a targeted peer. Policy matching allows the downstream routing platform or switch in a neighboring network to classify each packet into the appropriate service group.
You cannot apply classifiers to physical interfaces. You can configure up to 64 EXP classifiers. There is no default EXP rewrite rule. If you want to rewrite the EXP bit value at the egress interface, you must configure EXP rewrite rules and apply them to logical interfaces.
If you want to change the global EXP classifier, delete the global EXP classifier configuration use the user switch delete class-of-service system-defaults classifiers exp configuration statement , then configure the new global EXP classifier. You can configure one EXP classifier and apply it to multiple logical interfaces, or configure multiple EXP classifiers and apply different EXP classifiers to different logical interfaces.
If an EXP classifier is not configured, then if a fixed classifier is applied to the interface, the MPLS traffic uses the fixed classifier. Switches that have a default EXP classifier use the default classifier. If no EXP classifier and no fixed classifier are applied to the interface, MPLS traffic is treated as best-effort traffic using the As MPLS packets enter or exit a network, edge switches might be required to alter the class-of-service CoS settings of the packets. Each rewrite rule reads the current forwarding class and loss priority associated with the packet, locates the chosen CoS value from a table, and writes that CoS value into the packet header, replacing the old CoS value.
EXP rewrite rules apply only to logical interfaces. You cannot apply EXP rewrite rules to physical interfaces. There are no default EXP rewrite rules. If no rewrite rules are applied, all MPLS labels that are pushed have a value of zero 0. You can apply different EXP rewrite rules to different logical interfaces on the same physical interface. On each physical interface, either all forwarding classes that are being used on the interface must have rewrite rules configured or no forwarding classes that are being used on the interface can have rewrite rules configured.
On any physical port, do not mix forwarding classes with rewrite rules and forwarding classes without rewrite rules. Default schedulers are provided only for the best-effort, fcoe, no-loss, and network-control default forwarding classes.
If you configure a custom forwarding class for MPLS traffic, you need to configure a scheduler to support that forwarding class and provide bandwidth to that forwarding class. You configure EXP rewrite rules to alter CoS values in outgoing MPLS packets on the outbound family mpls interfaces of a switch to match the policies of a targeted peer.
To configure an EXP CoS rewrite rule, create the rule by giving it a name and associating it with a forwarding class, loss priority, and code point.
This creates a rewrite table. After the rewrite rule is created, enable it on a logical family mpls interface. EXP rewrite rules can only be enabled on logical family mpls interfaces, not on physical interfaces or on interfaces of other family types.
You can also apply an existing EXP rewrite rule on a logical interface. On each physical interface, either all forwarding classes that are being used on the interface must have rewrite rules configured, or no forwarding classes that are being used on the interface can have rewrite rules configured.
To replace an existing rewrite rule on the interface with a new rewrite rule of the same type, first explicitly remove the existing rewrite rule and then apply the new rule. For example, to configure an EXP rewrite rule named exp-rr-1 for a forwarding class named mpls-1 with a loss priority of low that rewrites the EXP code point value to :. Do not mix forwarding classes that have rewrite rules with forwarding classes that do not have rewrite rules on the same interface.
There is no default EXP classifier. The global classifier applies to all MPLS traffic on all family mpls interfaces. If a global EXP classifier is not configured, then if a fixed classifier is applied to the interface, the MPLS traffic uses the fixed classifier.
Help us improve your experience. Let us know what you think. Do you have time for a two-minute survey? Maybe Later. Best Practice: We recommend configuring all routing devices along the LSP to have the same input classifier for EXP, and, if a rewrite rule is configured, all routing devices should have the same rewrite configuration. Note: Configuring the PLP drop profile to drop packets more aggressively for example, setting the CoS value from 6 to 7 decreases the likelihood of traffic getting through.
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course. Week 1. Video 22 videos. Security Challenges 7m. Network Security Design 4m. Juniper Networks' Security Focus: Part 1 17m. Juniper Networks' Security Focus: Part 2 18m. Junos J-Web User Interface 13m. Junos CLI Basics 8m. Junos OS Operational Mode 3m. Security Zone Objects 12m. Address Objects 11m. Service Objects 3m. Security Policies 11m. Security Policy Components 9m. Unified Security Policies 10m.
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