Load factory default configuration on the Juniper SRX210

    June 11th, 2019

    Scenario

    Your boss has given you the responsibility of sourcing all new Juniper equipment for the big network migration and you're pumped! You're able to find a bunch of used equipment at a great price from an auction website but run into a problem. The equipment arrives and the seller never reset the devices for you. Don't panic! In this tutorial, we'll show you how to load the factory default configuration on a Juniper SRX210.

    What is a factory default configuration?

    The factory default configuration refers to all the settings that the device is originally loaded with straight off the production line. This configuration is useful when you're starting from scratch, and don't want to preserve any previous settings.

    Step 1

    Enter configuration mode.

    root@% cli

    root> configure

    Step 2

    Load the factory default configuration.

    root# load factory-default

    warning: activating factory configuration

    Step 3

    Create a password and confirm it.

    root# set system root-authentication plain-text-password 

    New password:

    Retype new password:

    Step 4

    Commit your changes and reboot your device.

    root# commit

    commit complete

    root# exit 

    Exiting configuration mode

    root> request system reboot 

    Reboot the system ? [yes,no] (no) yes

    Note:

    The default username is root and the default password is blank.

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