I was talking on the phone with Kenan Bilgic last night and I told him to “I want to get a Juniper SRX-110H-VA”. After this, Kenan told me, “I’ve already got a Juniper SRX-110H-VA, and just send me to your address, I can ship it for you.”
I’m using TurkNet as an internet provider and they are really cheap and fast internet provider in my neighborhood. My connection type is VDSL2 and I need to make a VPN connection through Amazon Web Services (AWS).
My router has arrived!
I’m so excited about my new router device. I need to configure it before connecting to the copper phone cable via RJ13. I configured my router as a basic and I pushed my config to my GitHub repository.
I used JUNOS 12.1X46-D86 software version. This version is the latest supported version for Juniper SRX110H-VA.
Before your start
- vLAN ID (Important)
Every ISPs are using their own vLAN ID for the connection. In Turkey, ISPs are using vlan-id35.
You should know your username for the connection which one is ISP provided.
As like username but this time it’s your password. This is also ISP provided.
- Terminal Cable
If you SRX110H-VA ssh service is disabled, you need to terminal cable for load a configuration. If you don’t have you can buy from internet.
You can find more details on the GitHub repository. Here is the link; https://github.com/flightlesstux/juniper-srx-config/tree/master/srx110h-va
After the steps, I see my Juniper is connected to the internet, yay!
[email protected]> show interfaces pp0.0 extensive | no-more Logical interface pp0.0 (Index 81) (SNMP ifIndex 534) (Generation 146) Flags: Point-To-Point SNMP-Traps 0x0 Encapsulation: PPPoE PPPoE: State: SessionUp, Session ID: 1, Session AC name: TT-35-IZMIR-ERC-SSR-01, Remote MAC address: ac:60:b6:5f:b7:bc, Configured AC name: None, Service name: TurkNet VDSL2, Auto-reconnect timeout: 5 seconds, Idle timeout: Never, Underlying interface: pt-1/0/0.0 (Index 80) Traffic statistics: Input bytes : 5396015635 Output bytes : 2818762178 Input packets: 4164167 Output packets: 13992298 Local statistics: Input bytes : 928428 Output bytes : 944238 Input packets: 25117 Output packets: 25139 Transit statistics: Input bytes : 5395087207 1912 bps Output bytes : 2817817940 3472 bps Input packets: 4139050 3 pps Output packets: 13967159 5 pps Keepalive settings: Interval 10 seconds, Up-count 1, Down-count 3 Keepalive statistics: Input : 3499 (last seen 00:00:37 ago) Output: 21028 (last sent 00:00:09 ago) LCP state: Opened NCP state: inet: Opened, inet6: Not-configured, iso: Not-configured, mpls: Not-configured CHAP state: Closed PAP state: Success Security: Zone: untrust Flow Statistics : Flow Input statistics : Self packets : 579 ICMP packets : 620 VPN packets : 0 Multicast packets : 0 Bytes permitted by policy : 41725273176 Connections established : 0 Flow Output statistics: Multicast packets : 0 Bytes permitted by policy : 2824110282 Flow error statistics (Packets dropped due to): Address spoofing: 0 Authentication failed: 0 Incoming NAT errors: 0 Invalid zone received packet: 0 Multiple user authentications: 0 Multiple incoming NAT: 0 No parent for a gate: 0 No one interested in self packets: 0 No minor session: 0 No more sessions: 0 No NAT gate: 0 No route present: 0 No SA for incoming SPI: 0 No tunnel found: 0 No session for a gate: 0 No zone or NULL zone binding 0 Policy denied: 0 Security association not active: 0 TCP sequence number out of window: 45 Syn-attack protection: 0 User authentication errors: 0 Protocol inet, MTU: 1492, Generation: 159, Route table: 0 Flags: Sendbcast-pkt-to-re, Negotiate-Address Addresses, Flags: Kernel Is-Preferred Is-Primary Destination: 172.17.1.89, Local: 100.84.25.149, Broadcast: Unspecified, Generation: 154
Previously, I and Kenan worked in the same company and we really like each other. I’m really appreciated Kenan’s favor!