this route was stuck in ospf

[email protected]#show ip ospf route 67.198.139.192

Destination Mask Path_Cost Type2_Cost Path_Type
67.198.139.192 255.255.255.248 2 0 Intra
Adv_Router Link_State Dest_Type State Tag Flags
192.168.255.12 192.168.255.12 Network Valid 0 3000
Paths Out_Port Next_Hop Type Arp_Index State
1 v234 192.168.255.30 OSPF 65535 8a 00

but this router wasn’t even advertising the route!!!

[email protected]#sh ip ospf route 67.198.193.192

Destination Mask Path_Cost Type2_Cost Path_Type
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 2 10 Type2_Ext
Adv_Router Link_State Dest_Type State Tag Flags
192.168.255.11 0.0.0.0 Ase Valid 0 1800
Paths Out_Port Next_Hop Type State
1 v201 192.168.255.201 OSPF 20 84
2 v234 192.168.255.29 OSPF 00 00

so i added the route /29 to a ve and removed it to reset the routing table!

I couldn’t access the junos web management on our srx.

Access Error: 403 — Forbidden

http://forums.juniper.net/t5/SRX-Services-Gateway/quot-Not-Found-quot-for-quot-quot-file-quot-quot-Page-Not-Found/td-p/56374

found the solution, tnx to jtac.

hidden away in the release notes, it was mentioned that when you enable http access to the loopback interface, you in fact disable http management. by removing it, it worked again.