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About the Provider Hub Devices Page

 

To access this page, select Resources > Provider Hub Devices.

Use the Provider Hub Devices page to view the list of provider hub devices that are owned by the administrator in the OpCo network. You can add or delete a provider hub with DATA_ONLY capability. You can also view detailed information about each provider hub device in the network.

CSO uses the provider 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.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from the Provider Hub Devices page:

  • Add a provider hub device with DATA_ONLY capability. See Add a Provider Hub Device.

  • View details of a provider hub device—Hover over the device name and click the Detailed View icon or click More > Detail View.

    The Detailed View pane appears on the right side of the Provider Hub Devices page, displaying information (such as hardware and software) about the provider hub device.

    Click the close icon (X) to close the pane.

  • Edit provider hub site parameters. See Edit Provider Hub Site Parameters.

  • Upgrade the provider hub device. See Upgrading a Provider Hub Device.

  • Perform Return Material Authorization (RMA) to replace a device that is faulty or not reachable. From Administration Portal, you can perform RMA for provider hub devices. See Perform Return Material Authorization (RMA) for a Provider Hub Device for details.

  • Delete a provider hub device with DATA_ONLY capability—Select the hub device that you want to delete and click the delete icon.

  • Show or hide columns that contain details of the provider hub device—Click the Show Hide columns icon in the top right corner of the page and select columns that you want to view on the page.

  • Search for a provider hub device—Click the Search icon in the top right corner of the page to search for a particular provider hub device.

    You can enter partial text or full text of the keyword in the text box and press Enter.

    The search results are displayed on the same page.

  • Filter the available devices on the page based on the specified criteria—Select the filter icon at the top right corner of the table to apply a filter. For example, you can filter information based on the management status or site name. The table displays only the data that fits the filtering criteria.

    Click the Clear All icon to remove the applied filter.

Field Descriptions

  • Table 1 describes the fields on the Provider Hub Devices page.

Table 1: Fields on the Provider Hub Devices Page

Field

Description

Device Name

Name of a provider hub device.

Example: srx-provider-hub

Tenant

Name of the tenant.

Example: tenant-blue

Site Name

Name of the tenant site.

Example: site-blue-white

Location

Name of the location.

Example: San Jose, CA

Status Message

Latest status message.

Example: IPsec provision success

WAN Links

Number of WAN links for a device.

Example: 2

POP Name

Name of the POP.

Example: pop_blue

Capabilities

Type of capability configured for the provider hub device.

Example: OAM

Management Status

Management status of the provider hub devices deployed in the cloud:

  • Expected—The regional server has activation details for the device, but the device has not yet established a connection with the server. Click Activate to activate the provider hub device. If the activation process is successful, then the management status changes to Provisioned.

  • Active—Provider hub device is yet to be configured.

  • Provisioned—Provider hub device is ready to be used.

  • Provision Failed—Provider hub device is not yet ready to be used.

Authentication Type

Authentication method used for the device—Preshared Key (PSK) or Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

Version

CSO version in which the provider hub device was added.

Model

Name of the device model.

Example: SRX

OS Version

Junos OS Release version.

Example: 15.1X49-D40

Serial Number

Serial number of the device.

Example: DD0416AA0117

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