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Juniper Netscreen-5GT - How to disable SIP ALG using CLI?

Posted on 2008-09-29
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HI

I have a Juniper Netscreen-5GT with Firmware version: 5.1.0r3.0

My client has an offsite VoIP being provided for them. The service provider has asked me to optn up a range of ports which I have done. They also asked me to disable SIP ALG. However the GUI doesn't have this option so I have tried from the CLI.
However, I can't even get into the config mode on the router.
I telnet from windows command prompt to teh router. Add the admin username and password.
However when I type configure at the prompt I receive the error
----------unknown keyword configure

Can anyone shed any light on to the situation as to why this would be happening?
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Please note in Juniper/Netscreen firewalls there is no config mode and that is the reason you are getting unknown keyword error.

The command to unset the alg from CLI is:
ns5gt-> unset alg sip <return>

Thank you.
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by:jamescarson69
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Thanks v much dpk_wal this was an annoying problem and I couldn't find info anywhere

Ver very kind regards and thanks for your help

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You are welcome, happy I could be of assistance! :)
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by:SigneTech
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Hello,

I have a Hardware VPN.  At the Host site I have an Asterisk PBX running.  My version of ScreenOS on my Netscreen 5GT is:

Firmware Version:
 5.0.0r4.1 (Firewall+VPN)

This is what I get when I try to use the CLI and the command posted above:

ole-sd1-> unset alg sip
                ^------unknown keyword alg

Any help is immensly appreciated.

Thanks!

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