Within this article we will provide the necessary commands required to create a read-only account on a Juniper SRX. Within our example a user is created with the following attributes,
- A user with the username of ‘user1‘.
- ONLY allowed to use the show command.
- SNMP configuration is REMOVED from the configuration output.
- The policy-options and security address-book output is REMOVED from the configuration output.
The configuration is pretty simple. A class is first created which defines what the user can do. Finally a user is then created and the class assigned.
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The introduction of Next Generation Firewalls has changed the dimension of management and configuration of firewalls, most of the well-known Firewall vendors have done a major revamp, be it the traditional command line mode or the GUI mode.
Palo Alto Networks is no different to many of those vendors, yet it is unique in terms of its WebUI. Itâ€™s a whole new experience when you access the WebUI of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls.
In order to start with an implementation of the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls one needs to configure them. Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls can be accessed by either an out-of-band management port labelled as MGT or a Serial Console port (similar to Cisco devices). By using the MGT port, one can separate the management functions of the firewall from the data processing functions. All initial configurations must be performed either on out-of-band management interface or by using a serial console port. The serial port has default values of 9600-N-1 and a standard roll over cable can be used to connect to a serial port.
Figure 1.Â Â Palo Alto Networks Firewall PA-5020 Management & Console Port
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