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I need to simulate two Juniper SSG5 firewalls.
After i google, some topics said Olive JunOS is able to do that.
Could someone provide step by step guidelines, such where to download software, how to install and setup.
Thank you.
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Olive is for Junos virtualisation, not screenos, which runs on the SSG sadly.

AS for how to build an olive VM, instructions are here:
http://juniper.cluepon.net/index.php/Olive

Note, this build is rather long winded and can take some time to action.
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To all of my knowledge there is nothing available to simulate ScreenOS. You will need to get cheap NS devices, or get access to the SSGs.
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Ah, sorry, that is something deimark told you already in http:/Q_26623365.html.
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