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How do I check the admin ports (Telnet, SSH, HTTP, or HTTPS) defined on the Juniper firewall

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Article ID: KB11376 KB Last Updated: 03 Jan 2017Version: 5.0
Summary:
Cannot manage (Telnet, SSH, WebUI, SSL, HTTP, or HTTPS) firewall because the wrong admin port is being used
Symptoms:
Unable to manage (Telnet, SSH, WebUI, HTTP, or HTTPS) firewall because the wrong admin port is being used.  How do I check and change the admin ports?

 
Solution:
In order to check to see if the default management ports have been changed to a different port number, use the command 'get admin'.  If they have, then use the configured port for that service to manage the device.

For example:
In this case you can see that default admin ports have been changed for HTTP, HTTPS, TELNET and SSH:
SSG520(M)-> get admin
HTTP Port: 8080, HTTPS Port: 4430
TELNET Port: 2023, SSH Port: 2022

Manager IP enforced: False
Manager IPs: 0

Address              Mask                 Vsys               
-------------------- -------------------- --------------------
Mail Alert: Off, Mail Server:
E-Mail Address: 
E-Mail Traffic Log: Off
Configuration Format: DOS
Device Reset: Enabled
Hardware Reset: Enabled
Admin privilege: read-only (Remote admin has read-only privileges)
Max Failed Admin login attempts: 3
HTTP redirect: false


When trying to manage the device using any of these services, ensure that the configured port number is being used for the respective service.

Refer to KB5661 for information on how to change the default management ports for these services.
 

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