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How to reset Juniper SSG Router

Postby guest » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:48 pm

1. Connect to the Juniper SSG firewall console port with a console cable so you can see the output as you reset the device.

You do not need to do this but without seeing the reset confirmation prompts, it might take you many failed attempts in the dark!

Baud Rate: 9600

Parity: No

Data Bits: 8

Stop Bit: 1

Flow Control: None

2. Once your connected to the device you will get a login prompt, this confirms the device has completed booting.

login:

3. On the back of the SSG you will see a reset pin hole. You need to use a paperclip or similar. I use a trusty iPhone sim tool.

Push in the reset button for 4 to 6 seconds and then release.

You will see a console message as below and waiting for a 2nd reset button push.

Configuration Erasure Process has been initiated.

Waiting for 2nd confirmation.

4. Again push in the reset button for 4 to 6 seconds and then release.

The console will confirm the config erase sequence is complete and the firewall device will begin a full reset.

2nd push has been confirmed.

Configuration Erase sequence accepted, unit reset.

Juniper Networks SSG5 Boot Loader Version 1.3.2 (Checksum: A1EAB858)

Copyright (c) 1997-2006 Juniper Networks, Inc.

Total physical memory: 256MB

Test - Pass

Initialization - Done

Hit any key to run loader

Hit any key to run loader

Hit any key to run loader

Hit any key to run loader

Loading default system image from on-board flash disk...

Done! (size = 12,288,000 bytes)

Image authenticated!

Start loading...

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Done.

Juniper Networks, Inc

SSG5/SSG20 System Software

Copyright, 1997-2006

Version 6.1.0r2.0

Load Manufacture Information ... Done

Initialize FBTL 0........ Done

Load NVRAM Information ... (6.1.0)Done

Install module init vectors

Install modules (01038800,01d73848) ...

load dns table : dns table file does not exist.

PPP IP-POOL initiated, 256 pools

Initializing DI 1.1.0-ns

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System time: 21Apr2005:06:43:03

If this is the initial device startup,

use the "set clock" command to set the system clock.

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system init done..

login: ethernet0/2 interface change physical state to Up

bgroup0 interface change physical state to Up

DHCP server set to OFF on bgroup0 (another server found on 192.168.1.254)

System change state to Active(1)

5. Now the device has erased the configuration and rebooted, a login prompt will be displayed.

The device management IP address will have been set to 192.168.1.1

Login with the following Juniper Netscreen/SSG defaults:

Username: netscreen

Password: netscreen

login: netscreen

password:

ssg5-serial->

ssg5-serial->

6. Now your able to continue configuring your Netscreen/SSG via the web management interface (192.168.1.1) or CLI
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