User manual Juniper Networks ISG 2000

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Chapter 1 Overview  
Compact Flash  
The compact flash slot is for downloading or uploading system software or configuration  
files, and for saving log files to a compact flash card.  
To download or upload, execute the CLI command save:  
save  
{
software | config }  
from { flash | slot1 filename } to  
{
flash | slot1 filename }  
where flash refers to internal flash memory, slot1 refers to the compact flash slot, and  
filename is the name of the software or configuration file on the card.  
For example, the following command downloads the current device configuration to a file  
named ns2000_config on a card in the compact flash slot:  
save config from flash to slot1 ns2000_config  
Management Interfaces  
The NetScreen-ISG 2000 offers three management interfaces:  
Port  
Description  
Console  
This RJ-45 serial port is for local configuration and administration using the CLI.  
Connect the console port to your workstation using an RJ-45 female to DB-9 male  
straight-through serial cable.  
Modem  
This RJ-45 serial port is for connecting to a modem, allowing the user to control the  
device remotely. (For security reasons, it is advisable to use a modem only for  
troubleshooting or for a one-time configuration, not for regular remote administration.)  
10/100 MGT  
This management port has a fixed 10/100 Base-T interface and provides a dedicated,  
out-of-band connection for management traffic. It has a separate IP address and  
netmask, configurable with the CLI or WebUI. (For security reasons, do not pass  
session traffic through this interface.) The MGT port is not capable of routing traffic to  
other interfaces. This port is only to be used for management purposes. The default IP  
address for the MGT port is 192.168.1.1.  
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User’s Guide  

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