sunnyday | 3 Jun 09:55 2008
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EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5

Knows what the “EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5” or  Juniper Software License SSG-5-ELU contains?

Thank you

 

 

 

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Pavel Lunin | 3 Jun 10:36 2008
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Re: EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5

Hi,

sunnyday wrote:
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> Knows what the “EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5”or Juniper 
> Software License SSG-5-ELU contains?
>
> Thank you
>
Take a look at this document.
http://www.juniper.net/products/integrated/dsheet/100176.pdf
The last table on page 7.

The main thing it includes is NSRP support, so you usually need it when
going to run a HA cluster. But it also gives some performance expansion
though I've never seen a situation, when ssg5 was still enough (no need
to move to ssg-140 or higher) and this license helped so solve the
performance issues.

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Pavel Lunin.

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Greg Conroy | 3 Jun 17:05 2008

Re: EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5

The Extended key adds the following

1. Increased sessions to 16,000 running 6.1 code
2. Increased VLAN's to 50
3. Increased VPN tunnels to 40
4. HA support to run Clustered firewalls (using NSRP and VRRP in 6.1 code).

I hope that helps!

Greg

Pavel Lunin wrote:
> Hi,
>
> sunnyday wrote:
>   
>> Knows what the “EXTENDED LICENSE UPGRADE KEY FOR SSG 5”or Juniper 
>> Software License SSG-5-ELU contains?
>>
>> Thank you
>>
>>     
> Take a look at this document.
> http://www.juniper.net/products/integrated/dsheet/100176.pdf
> The last table on page 7.
>
> The main thing it includes is NSRP support, so you usually need it when
> going to run a HA cluster. But it also gives some performance expansion
> though I've never seen a situation, when ssg5 was still enough (no need
> to move to ssg-140 or higher) and this license helped so solve the
> performance issues.
>
> --
> Regards,
> Pavel Lunin.
>
>
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DHart | 20 Jun 04:14 2008

Blocking P2P traffic


I'm looking for instructions on how to block P2P traffic using an SSG-320M.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks,
Darren
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<br>I'm looking for instructions on how
to block P2P traffic using an SSG-320M. &nbsp;Can anyone point me in the
right direction?
<br><br>Thanks,
<br>Darren<br>
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Gmane