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I'm having a hell of a time configuring an SSG5-SH to act as the internet router at a site.  Ive got two offices linked over a point to point t1 with two kentrox Q2200s, the Juniper is supposed to provide the internet connection over a half-t1 (768kbps)
office 1's lan is 192.168.1.x, wan is
office 2's lan is 192.168.2.x, wan is
The SSG5 is at office 1 and its lan address is
its eth0/0 address should be a public ip 76.x.x.x
I basically followed this guide http://kb.kentrox.com/display/1n/kb/article.asp?aid=2892

I set this all up in the shop before installation and I know its working, at least the internal network portion.  I had the juniper's eth0/0 (untrust) interface configured for DHCP and had no trouble however now that I'm on site I can't figure out how to configure it for a static address and gateway.  Any help would be appreciated.  

RE: Using SSG5-SH to provide inthttp://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.ernet

the first thing you would need to do is unset the dhcp client on eth0/0.

unset int eth0/0 dhcp client

then assign IP address to the interface

set int eth0/0 ip x.x.x.x/yy

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