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Juniper 5gt can't manage ssh or web untrust, dhcp doesn't work trust

Posted on 2013-01-15
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We have just installed a 5gt and we can't manage it from the internet.  Neither is dhcp working on the inside.  I've attached the config.
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set ssh enable

SSH needs to be turned on.

You also have DHCP set up on bgroup1 interface, which has no interfaces bound to it.

I assume that the e0/1 to e0/6 are meant to be bound to the bgroup1 interface as they are all in the trust zone?

Add all the required interfaces to bgroup1  and retest the DHCP
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