About the Cloud Hub Devices Page
To access this page, select Resources > Cloud Hub Devices.
Use the Cloud Hub Devices page to view the list of cloud hub devices that are owned by the administrator in the service provider network. You can also create new cloud hub devices, delete existing cloud hub devices, and view detailed information about each cloud hub device in the network. You can add an MX Series router, an SRX Series services gateway, or a vSRX instance as a cloud hub (SD-WAN) device in a hub-and-spoke topology and full mesh topology. Contrail Service Orchestration (CSO) uses the cloud hub devices as SD-WAN hubs to setup tunnels and provision site-to-site or site-to-hub traffic. All other configurations such as Internet breakout, hub meshing, and so on must be configured manually on the device.
The hub models that are supported are:
Cloud hub—This hub can be shared by multiple tenants. You can add a cloud hub by logging in to Administration Portal and following the procedure for creating a cloud hub device.
Tenant hub—This hub is specific to a tenant. You can add a tenant hub by logging in to Customer Portal and following the site creation procedure.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from the Cloud Hub Devices page:
Add a cloud hub device. See Adding a Cloud Hub Device.
Reboot a cloud hub device. Select Resources > Cloud Hub Devices > Device Name > More > Reboot to reboot the hub device.
Activate a cloud hub device that is in Expected state. Click Activate to initiate the activation process. The status of the operation is displayed on the Device Activation page. After the activation process is completed successfully, the device is provisioned.
View details about a cloud hub device. See Viewing Object Details.
Deleting a cloud hub device. See Deleting Objects.
Show or hide columns that contain details about the cloud hub device. See Sorting Objects.
Search an object about the cloud hub device. See Searching for Text in an Object Data Table.
Table 1 describes the fields on the Cloud Hub Devices page.
Table 1: Fields on the Cloud Hub Devices Page
Displays the name of a cloud hub device.
Displays the name of the tenant.
Displays the name of the tenant site.
Displays the name of the location.
Example: San Jose, CA
Displays the latest status message.
Example: IPsec provision success
Displays the number of WAN links for a device.
Displays the name of the POP.
Displays the management status of the cloud hub devices deployed in the cloud.
Displays the name of the device model.
Displays the Junos OS Release version.
Displays the serial number of the device.