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Manage a Provider Hub Device

 

Users with the SP (Service Provider) Administrator role (on-premises installation only) or OpCo (Operating Company) Administrator role can use the Device-Name page (Resources > Provider Hub Devices > Device-Name) to view details of and manage a provider hub device.

To manage a provider hub device:

  • Click the Overview tab to perform the following operations:

    • View the geographical location of the device at the tenant site.

    • View the aggregate throughput of the device.

    • View the recent alerts for the device.

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

    • View WAN link throughput over time: Displays a line chart of WAN interface utilization as throughput (in bps) over time for each underlay WAN link. Different color lines represent the input and output rate for each WAN link. You can select them by hovering over the input/output rate list on the right side of the widget. Every three minutes the bandwidth usage information is collected for each WAN link and the rate is displayed respectively on the graph.

      You can view the utilization statistics for a particular time range by selecting any one of the following values from the Time Span list:

      • Last 15 min

      • Last 30 min

      • Last 1 hour

      • Last 8 hour

      • Last 1 day

      • Last 1 week

      • Last 1 month

      Note

      You must upgrade the site to CSO Release 6.0.0 to view this widget. For more information, Upgrade a Provider Hub Device.

  • Click the Configuration Template tab to perform the following operations:

    • Save a configuration template, for the device, in the database.

    • Deploy a configuration template to the device.

    • Undeploy a configuration template from the device.

      Undeploying a configuration template removes the configuration pushed to the device when the configuration template was deployed.

    • Dissociate a configuration template from the device.

      Dissociating a configuration template removes only the references to the configuration template from the device but does not remove the configuration pushed to the device.

    • Roll back a configuration template for the device.

    • View the deployment history of the configuration template for the device.