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Managing a Single CPE Device

 

You can use the Devices page to view and manage a single customer premises equipment (CPE) device at the tenant site. To access this page, click Resources > Devices > Device-Name.

To manage a single CPE device at the tenant site:

  1. Click Overview tab.

    View the following information on the Overview tab:

    • Geographical location of the device at the tenant site.

    • Aggregate throughput of the device.

    • Recent alerts for the device.

    • Recent Alarms for the device.

    • License details of the device.

    • Details of the device, such as serial number, management IP address, OS version, device template, tenant name, site name, and site location.

  2. Click Policies tab.

    View the following information on the Policies tab:

    • List of all policies applicable to a CPE device.

      • Click a policy name to view the rules that are applicable for the CPE device.

      • Click the edit icon at the end of the row to edit a policy. You are taken to the Configuration > Policy page, where you can edit the policies.

    • Details about the tenant user who last updated the policy.

    • Time when the policy was last updated.

    • Deployment status of the policy.

    • Number of rules applicable to the device compared to the total number of rules applicable to the tenant.

  3. Click Configuration tab.

    Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Table 1, Table 2, and Table 3.

  4. Click Save to save the changes.
  5. You can also perform the following operations from this page.
    • Click Deploy to deploy the configuration.

    • Click Rollback to rollback to previous working configuration.

    • Click Deployment History to view the deployment history.

    • Click View Changes to view the changes between current and previous configuration.

    • Click Render Template to render the configuration in CLI format.

Table 1: Fields on the SRX Root Password Tab

Field

Description

Edit Settings for SRX root password 

Password

Enter your new password.

The password that you set must be between 6 and 21 characters long, and it must include at least one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter, one special character, and one number.

Confirm Password

Reenter the password for confirmation.

Table 2: Fields on the NFX Root Password Tab

Field

Description

Edit Settings for NFX root password 

Password

Enter your new password.

The password that you set must be between 6 and 21 characters long, and it must include at least one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter, one special character, and one number.

Confirm Password

Reenter the password for confirmation.

Table 3: Fields on the APN Configuration Tab

Field

Description

Edit Settings for APN Configuration 

Use default APN settings

Click the toggle button to change the default APN settings.

  • Enabled(Default)—Select this option to use the default APN setting that is shipped along with the CPE device.

  • Disabled—Select this option to configure the APN settings.

APN Settings 

APN Name

Enter the access point name (APN) of the gateway router. The name can contain alphanumeric characters and special characters.

SIM Change Required

Click the toggle button to change the SIM card.

  • Enabled(Default)—Select this option to change the APN settings and to use a new SIM card.

  • Disabled—Select this option to change the APN settings without changing the SIM card.

Authentication Method

Select the authentication method for the APN configuration.

  • PAP— Select to use Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) authentication. This is the default option.

  • CHAP— Select to use Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) authentication.

  • None—Select to indicate that there is no authentication method.

Authentication Info 

SIP User ID

Enter the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) user ID for authentication if you have selected the APN authentication method as either PAP or CHAP.

SIP Password

Enter the SIP password for authentication if you have selected the APN authentication method as either PAP or CHAP.

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