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Best way to footprint / glean configuration details of JUNIPER NETWORKS APPLIANCES?

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I am not experienced on the JUNIPER NETWORKS platform, and have to do some discovery at a site that is having issues with a Juniper Appliance.  We are being called in blind, so we do not know the type of device, model #, or anything.

I do not know whether the appliance is a firewall, or a VPN specific device, but I was looking for some best practices on how to FOOTPRINT and gather data (config, IP addresses, access-lists, policies, etc...) on the Juniper platform.  I am asuming that the configuration details are the same for the platform across all appliances, but I may be wrong, so if the details for footprinting are different for a

Can anyone help me with this?
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Depends on the type of device. Juniper has different types of devices.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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Okay, it is an SSL VPN box. Getting on to the box is easy, since it is managed via a web interface.

https://<ip>/admin

If you login through that then it takes you with admin privilege and allows you to see everything.

Is there anything specific/problems that you have with this box?

Cheers,
Rajesh
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