Netflow with Juniper

Juniper routers can generate and send flow records to a management server. This feature allows the administrator to monitor all the traffic that flows through the router, giving him a better picture of the users’ behavior and also enabling every connection originated or destined to that particular autonomous system to be recorded for compliance requirements.

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RADIUS Authentication on Juniper

This article shows how to configure a Juniper router to authenticate users on a RADIUS server.

1. Configure the router with the RADIUS server information:

[edit system]
set system radius-server port 1812
set system radius-server secret yourpassword
set system radius-server timeout 5
set system radius-server retry 3
set system radius-server source-address

In this case, the RADIUS server is with the IP address of, UDP port 1812.

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