Manage a Single CPE Device
Users with the Tenant Administrator role can use the Device-Name page (Resources > Devices > Device-Name) to view details of and manage a customer premises equipment (CPE) device.
This topic provides information about managing a CPE device.
To manage a CPE 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 recent alerts for the device.
View recent alarms for the device.
View license details of the device.
View details of the device, such as serial number, management IP address, OS version, device template, tenant name, site name, operational status, and management status.
Click the Inventory tab to perform the following operations:
Click the Chassis tab to view the hardware details
Click the Physical Interfaces tab to view the physical interfaces for the device.
Click the Logical Interfaces tab to view the logical interfaces for the device.
Click the Licenses tab to view and manage the device and feature licenses on the device.
Click the Software tab to view and manage the software images on the device.
Click the Configuration Template tab to perform the following operations:
Click + to add a new template.
Select a template and click Configure to edit an existing template. In the Configure page, you can:
Click View Changes to view the changes between the current and previous configuration.
Click Render Template to render a configuration in CLI format.
Click Deploy to deploy a configuration.
Click Undeploy to undeploy a configuration template from a device.
Undeploying a configuration template removes the configuration pushed to the device when the configuration template was deployed.
Click Dissociate to dissociate a configuration template from a 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.
Click Deployment History to view the deployment history.
Click the Configuration tab to perform the following operations (applicable only for Next-Generation Firewall devices):
Click the Interfaces tab to add the LAG interfaces (for a single SRX device) or RETH interfaces (for dual SRX devices) to manage the connectivity between the device and a switch.
Click the Zones tab to view and manage the security zones for the device.
Click the Redundancy Group tab to add or edit redundancy group information. This tab is displayed only for dual SRX devices connected as a cluster.
Click the Running Configuration tab to view the current configuration on the device. Click the Remote Console option to access the device CLI. You can automatically log in to the device through the Remote Terminal browser window, without entering a username and password. If you access the device CLI through the remote terminal, root user login is disabled.