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SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.25.09   |  
‎05-25-2009 01:27 PM

Running 6.2R2 on an SSG5 and when you reboot you need to login and re-activate the wireless.

Wonder what the logic was here - seems like the wireless should re-activate on a reboot.

This is problematic for me using wireless at remote offices - any power fail and the (wireless) office is down.

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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.25.09   |  
‎05-25-2009 01:56 PM
Please open a case with JTAC.
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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.27.09   |  
‎05-27-2009 06:45 PM
Simple .. it's a bug.  There is a patch available which addresses the problem. 
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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.27.09   |  
‎05-27-2009 06:53 PM

Very interesting. I opened a JTAC case immediately and 2 days later still no response other than a question indicating he didn't read what I wrote.

 

I'll bug him for the patch. Thanks for the followup.

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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.27.09   |  
‎05-27-2009 07:04 PM
Hmm, that shouldnt be the case. Try to call the 1-888-314-5822 number to get an engineer on the phone. Thats going to work faster for you.
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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 06:27 AM

Hey Alan - curious - did you hear from JTAC. I am suffering the same issue - and so far they have had nothing to say on this one. Wondering if you got a patch reference or any other update.

 

Thanks!

Kevin Barker
JNCIP-SEC
JNCIS-ENT, FWV, SSL, WLAN
JNCIA-ER, EX, IDP, UAC, WX
Juniper Networks Certified Instructor
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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 07:28 AM

Hi Kevin,

 

No JTAC response yet despite voice mails, emails, etc. I'll try again today and post when I learn something.

 

-alan

 

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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

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05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 07:46 AM
Please request JTAC to send you 6.2r2-cu2patch (internal issues tracking no is 441838)
Message Edited by WL on 05-29-2009 07:46 AM
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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 08:02 AM
Thanks for the input - will do so!
Kevin Barker
JNCIP-SEC
JNCIS-ENT, FWV, SSL, WLAN
JNCIA-ER, EX, IDP, UAC, WX
Juniper Networks Certified Instructor
Juniper Networks Ambassador

Juniper Elite Reseller
J-Partner Service Specialist - Implementation

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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 11:46 AM

Got the patched ScreenOS at long last.

 

Sure wish Juniper would publish these showstopper bugs rather than making us dig for them. Please?

I just cannot wait for the next Release Notes.

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Re: SSG5 - Wireless deactivated on reboot

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05.29.09   |  
‎05-29-2009 11:48 AM

Thats great that you got the patch.

Also remb to check the release notes with the ID I mentioned before an upgrade.

 

KB link: http://kb.juniper.net/index?page=content&id=KB14295

Message Edited by WL on 06-01-2009 10:17 AM
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Re: SSG5 - Firewall

08.27.09   |  
‎08-27-2009 11:09 AM

My internet is hammered up - fully used up.

 

My ISP says it is a computer on the network but it isn't.

 

Could it be the ssg5?