The last section in this chapter is a bit misleading. Not misleading in the sense that you can't configure the device with J-Web; you certainly can. It's a bit misleading in the sense that everything done in this chapter since the hardware install with the CLI can also be done with J-Web. So, although J-Web is a different configuration tool — a graphical user interface (GUI) and network management tool, not a CLI — the result is the same.
You may be asking: If the end result of using J-Web is the same as when using the CLI, why care about J-Web? The answer is shown in the following list, which shows some benefits of using J-Web rather than CLI:
All in all, J-Web can make configuration of Junos OS devices, especially low-end devices, simpler and more compartmentalized.
Figure 5-1 shows the login page for the SRX 100 Services Gateway (note that the interface may look slightly different depending on which version you are working on). Just connect the device to ...