Model Number: Edge 510-LTE-AE, Edge 510-LTE-AP
The Edge provides:
The following two sections provide front and back panel descriptions of the SD-WAN Edge 510-LTE:
Displays the status of the WAN connection and the VMware SD-WAN service. The light has the following status colors:
The Service Indicator is also used to indicate some system functions in progress:
1. Antennas – The two antennas (MAIN and AUX SMA connectors) are included in the box.
2. Power Connections - The power connection is threaded, so the power cord can be secured to the box. The power specifications for the AC/DC power adapter are:
A. AC Input: 100 – 240V, 50-60Hz
B. DC Output: 12V (i.e., the threaded input to the SD-WAN Edge)
3. Wired LAN/WAN (configurable) Connections – The RJ45 connectors provide four gigabit Ethernet connections.
4. GPS Antenna – This is optional (not included with product).
5. Reset Button - Resets the Edge to factory settings.
6. SIM Access - Remove the Phillips screw on the door for SIM Access. Two SIM slots are available. However, only use the lower SIM slot, and insert contacts facing up
The Edge has the following side panel connections:
The Edge Web user interface (UI) can be accessed at http://192.168.2.1/ or http://edge.velocloud.net
The Edge UI includes local web pages (Overview, Properties, Diagnostics, and Reset Settings) that provide troubleshooting functions and information about the interfaces.
The UI should only be used for initial configuration and troubleshooting when the Internet is not available. Do not use the Edge UI during normal operations as information and configurations are available in the SD-WAN Orchestrator. By default, LAN access to this interface will be blocked once the SD-WAN Edge is activated.
The Edge Overview page displays the status of your WAN and LAN connections. The top half of the screen displays a diagram of the device. If connections are active, green indicator lights will display on the hardware diagram. Next to the device image are two buttons, Overview and Details. Click the Details button to display WAN and LAN connection status information.
Underneath the device diagram, the status of the WAN and LAN connections display. In this area, you can change the display from Connected, Both, or Unconnected by clicking the respective buttons.
NOTE: As shown in the image below, Cell 1 is activated. However, Cell 1 will not display as active until you plug in an activated SIM card in the SIM slot.
If you click the cellular connection from the Overview page, a properties page for that connection appears (see image below). From the Properties page, you can view status information and make changes to the connection's properties. For example, you can specify an APN for the interface, and enter service credentials. When you finish making changes to the properties, click the Save Changes button.
After you click the Save Changes button, you will be prompted to enter credentials. When prompted, type in the default credentials, admin for the username and admin for the password.
To return to the previous screen, click the << Return button.
The Diagnostics page provides several diagnostic tests including:
The Reset Settings page has buttons to initiate the following functions:
SD-WAN Edge Reset Default Credentials
When you click an Edge Reset setting (see section above), you will be prompted to enter credentials. When prompted, type in the default credentials (username: admin, password: admin). Once the SD-WAN Edge is activated, you can manage the local credentials from the navigation panel in the SD-WAN Orchestrator (Configure > Edge > Overview).