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[SRX] Disabling and Reenabling Junos OS Application Identification



Article ID: KB30982 KB Last Updated: 23 Jun 2016Version: 1.0

Application identification is enabled by default. You can disable Application Identification with the CLI.


The goal is to expain how to disable and reenable Application Identification and provide an example on how to verify the new configuration.



The following information is from Disabling and Reenabling Junos OS Application Identification:

To disable application identification:

user@host# set services application-identification no-application-identification

If you want to reenable application identification, delete the configuration statement that specifies disabling of application identification:

user@host# delete services application-identification no-application-identification

If you are finished configuring the device, commit the configuration.

To verify the configuration, enter the show services application-identification status command.

root@SRX-240H2-node0> show services application-identification status
show services application-identification status
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Application Identification Status Enabled

Sessions under app detection 0

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