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About the Site Management Page

To access this page, click Resources > Site Management.

You can use the Site Management page to view and manage existing sites. You can also add different types of sites (manually and by using a site template) and configure the sites with one of the following services:

  • Security Services (also referred to as next-generation firewall in this document)

  • SD-WAN (Essentials or Advanced) services

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Add provider hub sites that connect multiple branch sites by establishing IPsec tunnels. See Add Provider Hub Sites in SD-WAN Deployments.

  • Add branch sites that represent endpoints at a physical location and connect to hub sites in either a hub–and–spoke or full mesh topology. A branch site can be configured with WAN capabilities.

  • Add enterprise hub sites that carry site-to-site traffic between branch sites and break out backhaul traffic from the branch sites. See Add Enterprise Hubs with SD-WAN Capability .

  • Add cloud branch sites that represent endpoints in a virtual private cloud. See Adding Cloud Spoke Sites for SD-WAN Deployment.

  • Add multiple sites by uploading a JSON file. See Adding and Configuring Sites by Importing a JSON File.

  • Upgrade one or more sites. See Upgrading Sites.

  • Click on the site name to view the site details and to manage the site. See Manage a Site.

  • View the jobs executed to add and delete sites for a tenant. see Viewing the Sites History.

  • Edit branch and enterprise hub site parameters. See Edit Site Overview.

  • Delete a site. See Delete a Site—Enterprise Hub, Cloud Spoke, and Branch.

  • View device activation logs. See Viewing the History of Tenant Device Activation Logs.

  • Filter and sort sites. Click a column name to sort the sites based on the column name.


    Sorting and filtering is applicable only to some columns.

  • Show or hide the columns. 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 site.

    • Click the Search icon in the top right corner of the page to quickly search for a specific site by using keywords. You can enter partial or full text of the keyword in the text box and press Enter. On pressing Enter, an option to save the specified filter appears. The saved filters are listed on the advanced search menu.
    • Use the Advanced Search button adjacent to the Search icon to search for sites by using more specific search filters, such as field name, condition, and value.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields on the Site Management page.

Table 1: Fields on the Site Management Page



Alert Icon

Alert associated with the site. The alert can be critical (indicated by a red icon), major (indicated by an orange icon), or minor (indicated by a yellow icon).


The alert icon is displayed only if there is an alert associated with the site. If there is no alert, no icon is displayed.

Site Name

Name of the tenant site.

Click the name of the site to go to the Site-Name page where you can view the site details and configure parameters related to the site. See Manage a Site.



Displays whether a branch site is associated with a site template (displays site template name) or not (−).

Sites Connected To

Number of sites to which the site is connected or N/A (not applicable) if no sites are connected.

Mouse over the number to view the list of sites to which the site is connected.

Device Status

Operational status (Up or Down) of the site.


Indicates whether a site is a branch site or a cloud site.


Displays the SD-WAN service level associated with the site.

  • SD-WAN Advanced—Indicates that this site provides the complete SD-WAN service.

  • SD-WAN Essentials—Indicates that this site provides the basic SD-WAN service.

Site Status

The current status of the site:

  • Created—Indicates that the site was added but not configured.

  • Configured—Indicates that the site was configured but not activated.

  • Partially-Provisioned– Indicates that one or more DHCP WAN links of the site does not have an IP address after ZTP is complete. The site status changes to Provisioned after an IP address is assigned to the DHCP WAN link.

  • Provisioned—Indicates that the site is provisioned.

  • Managed—Indicates that the device is connected to and managed by CSO and is ready for service provisioning.

  • Upgrade-Required—Indicates that the site needs to be upgraded.

  • Maintenance—Indicates that the site upgrade is in progress; any deployments that might occur because of other jobs are skipped when the site status is under Maintenance.

  • Configuration-Failed—Indicates that the deployment of the configuration failed.

  • Provision-Failed—Indicates that the service provisioning failed.


Local Breakout

Indicates whether local breakout is enabled for at least one WAN link of the site. If it is enabled for at least one WAN link, the number of links on which local breakout is enabled is also displayed. Mouse over the number to view the list of links on which local breakout is enabled.


Contrail Service Orchestration (CSO) version in which the site was added.

Connected Switch(s)

Displays the number of EX Series switches that are connected to the CPE device and are discovered by CSO.


Displays the site capabilities:

  • SD-WAN—Indicates that this site has the SD-WAN Advanced or Essentials service associated with it.

  • NGFW—Indicates that this site has Security Services capability associated with it.

Site Group The site group to which the site belongs. You can use site groups as filters to search for sites.
Location Lists the city or state specified in the Address and Contact Information section of the site. You can use locations as filters to search for sites.