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I have downloaded and installed onto my VMWare server the Juniper JunOS 10.4 JSR Olive VMWare Emulator.

 

It is the package which is freely available all over the Internet - filenames: JunOS.10.4.JSR.Olive.VMWare.part1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.rar

 

It took me a while to work out the strange root password of "L; eybgth!" - I hope that this helps someone else btw, as it seems to have confused a lot of other people.

 

Once logged in I cannot get any of the commands to work. Does anyone else know how to fix this please?

 

Thank you

 

GP.

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OK big learning curve for me with Juniper.

 

Managed to work out - type "cli"... which switches me to the Juniper CLI.

 

Changed the password from the configure menu - and now cannot log back in.

 

I guess this is trivial for some people - but hey any tips would be great :-)

 

GP.

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How did you change the password? You may have made a mistake??

did you use this command??

Router# set root-authentication plain-text-password

 

New password: type password here

 

Retype new password: retype password here

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Hi

 

I have downloaded and installed onto my VMWare server the Juniper JunOS 10.4 JSR Olive VMWare Emulator.

 

It is the package which is freely available all over the Internet - filenames: JunOS.10.4.JSR.Olive.VMWare.part1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.rar

 

It took me a while to work out the strange root password of "L; eybgth!" - I hope that this helps someone else btw, as it seems to have confused a lot of other people.

 

Once logged in I cannot get any of the commands to work. Does anyone else know how to fix this please?

 

Thank you

 

GP.

 

I have downloaded it too. I couldn't guess the password. I simply mounted the VirtualDisk to the WinXP in the VMWare (really, it wasn't simply to found appropriate drivers

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OK big learning curve for me with Juniper.

 

Managed to work out - type "cli"... which switches me to the Juniper CLI.

 

Changed the password from the configure menu - and now cannot log back in.

 

I guess this is trivial for some people - but hey any tips would be great :-)

 

GP.

 

Please, say the secret way how could you get access to the shell because you didn't know the root password? :confused:

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Please, say the secret way how could you get access to the shell because you didn't know the root password?

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Again this may seem trivial for some people but I am learning JunOS from the beginning. I hope my posts at least help others.

 

GP.

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Sorry, not sure I understand the question. The root password in the distribution is in my post above. I thought I had changed the password using the Juniper CLI however now I cannot login using the password - and I didn't type badly as I used copy and paste. Going to re-install from the RAR's.

 

Again this may seem trivial for some people but I am learning JunOS from the beginning. I hope my posts at least help others.

 

GP.

 

I'm sorry but I have found that password not "L; eybgth!" just "L;eybgth!" without space in the middle of the password, but in other case the configuration doesn't work, I couldn't assign even ip-address for em1 - "commit check-out". :(

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Anyone get the Juniper JunOS 10.4 JSR Olive VMWare image and NOT be able to make changes to it. Everytime I try to do a commit I get an error message.

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Dear Friend can you please copy and paste the error you are getting? Actually when you issue commit command, JunOS compile all the configuration and return error if even a single mis-config at any hierarchy level.

 

The given image is very Nice one and working perfectly with me.

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Dear Friend can you please copy and paste the error you are getting? Actually when you issue commit command, JunOS compile all the configuration and return error if even a single mis-config at any hierarchy level.

 

The given image is very Nice one and working perfectly with me.

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I cant rename the interface. As i rename the interface (from em0 to ge-0/0/0) i also get same error msg. Also once i change root password from cli (via set system root-authentication plain-text-password) i cant login and the password is not accepting. Can any one help me???

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hi

I have it open with vm, login as root. How can I start from here? how can I connect via Web interface? How can I install VM tools since it does not allow me to mount cdrom? Please help much appreciate.

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