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Select MONITORING > DEVICE to display the Devices page, and select a network on the top to filter devices.

1. Gateway List
The Gateway List displays basic device information, including the online/offline status, SN, alias, management IP, MAC, public IP, network, firmware version, offline time, model and description.
The Gateway List automatically refreshes every minute. Click to enable/disable the auto refresh function.
Above the list are the Add, Web CLI and eWeb functions. Click to display the Move to, Reboot and Delete functions. For more information, refer to Basic Gateway Operations.
The Search function supports fuzzy queries based on the serial number, alias and description, and also supports queries based on online/offline status.

2. Devices Details
l Web CLI
Click Web CLI, and the Web CLI page is displayed. The Web CLI pageprovides commonly-used CLI commands on the left. Click the command, or manually enter the command and click Send.
l eWeb
Click eWeb to open the eWeb system in a new window.
l Telnet
Click Telnet, and a window is opened to connect to the gateway by Telnet protocol. Enter CLI commands to configure the gateway.
l More > SSH
Click More > SSH, and a window is opened to connect to the gateway by SSH protocol. Use other SSH tools to connect to the gateway.
l More > Reboot
Click More > Reboot to reboot the gateway.
l Refresh
Click to refresh all data in the page.
l Port Panel
The port panel imitates the actual gateway panel, displaying the port type and status.
l Basic
Basic information includes the alias, model, SN and other information. Alias, MGMT Password and Description can be edited.
l Overview > CPU & Memory Usage
CPU & memory usage are displayed here.
l Overview > Device Status
Device status includes online status, online clients and sessions.
l Overview > Connectivity
Connectivity refers to the connectivity (online status) between Gateway and Cloud Service within a period (1 day or 7 days).
l Overview > Speed Summary
The uplink/downlink speed summary over the 24 hours is displayed.
l Overview > Client Summary
The client statistics over the 24 hours are displayed.
l Overview > CPU/Memory Summary
CPU/memory summary over the 24 hours are displayed.
l Overview > Session Summary
Session summary over the 24 hours is displayed.
l Overview > Top 10 Applications by Traffic
Top 10 applications by downlink traffic are displayed.
l Overview > Top 10 Users by Traffic
Top 10 users by downlink traffic are displayed.
l Overview > Device Log
The device log records the historical operations, including online/offline, restart, upgrade and VLAN change, and supports queries based on log type and time.
l Overview > Config Log
The Config log records the historical configuration delivery, and supports queries based on status and time.
l WAN > Port
Select one WAN port to display the corresponding port information and rate summary.
l WAN > Basic
Basic information includes the IP, subnet mask and description. If PPPoE is enabled and dialing port is configured, the PPPoE information is displayed.
l WAN > Speed Summary
Uplink & downlink rate of WAN port are displayed. This page supports queries based on day, week and month. Click to refresh the summary.
l WAN > Port Status
Packet loss rate and latency summary are displayed. This page supports queries based on day, week and month. Click to refresh the summary.
l LAN > Port
Select a LAN port to display the corresponding information of its switch port, routed port and subinterface.
l LAN > Switch Port
Switch port information includes the switch port, including duplex and speed.
l LAN > Routed Port
Routed port information includes the IP address, subnet mask, LAN and description.
l LAN > Subinterface
Subinterface information includes the name, IP address, and VLAN.
lConfig > Configuration Backup List
The backup records include configuration file name, size, time, mode and MD5.
Click Current to display the current configuration. Click Backup in the Config Details page to back up the current configuration.
Click Back up and then click OK in themessage boxto back up the current configuration.
Select one record, and click Download to download the configuration file.
Select one record, and click Restore to restore the current configuration.
Select one or multiple records, and click Delete to delete the backup record.
Select two records, and click Compare to compare the differences.
Description can be edited. Click Details in the Action column to check the backup configuration
l PoE > PoE List
PoE configuration includes the port, physical port, PoE-capable, PoE status, power and PD class.
l Alarm
Insufficient bandwidth: When the bandwidth exceeds the specified percentage of threshold for several times, the alarm is sent. The threshold, times and percentage can be configured manually.
Ping failure: When the Ping test failed for the specified times, the alarm is sent. The times and domain/IP address can be configured manually.
High packet loss rate: When the packet loss rate exceeds the specified percentage of threshold for several times in 5 minutes, the alarm is sent. The times and threshold can be configured manually.
Besides, the corresponding alarm should be enabled in the Alarm Settings page. For insufficient bandwidth, the alarm types are GW port downlink rate beyond threshold and GW port uplink rate beyond threshold; for Ping failure, the alarm type isAbnormal path on the device WAN port; and for high packet loss rate, the alarm type is High packet loss rate on the device WAN port.
After changing the configuration, click Save below.
When the modified bandwidth and the actual bandwidth do not match, click Fetch Channel width to check the actual bandwidth which will then be set as the threshold.
l Tunnel > Create Tunnel
Select the tunnel type and click Create Tunnel. The tunnel types include Telnet, eWeb and SSH.
l Tunnel > Tunnel List
Tunnel information includes tunnel type, host, port, destination device, expiration time and status. Click Re-create in the Action column to re-create a tunnel. Click Telnet/SSH in the Action column to open the corresponding page.

3. Basic Gateway Operations
l Add
Click Add, enter the SN, Alias and Web Password, and click OK to add a gateway to the network. Only one gateway can be added to a network.
Before a gateway is authorized, it is displayed in the Unauthorized Gateway List. If authorization fails, you can click Re-authorize in the Action column to re-enter the Web password to re-authorize the device.
l eWeb
Select the device to be managed by eWeb, and click eWeb. The system will try to connect the gateway and automatically open the eWeb page in a new window.
If a tunnel is created successfully but the eWeb page does not automatically open, the system will pop up a message. The user can manually click the link to open the page.
l Move to
Select the device in the Gateway List, click More > Move to, select the new network and click OK. Only one gateway can be moved at a time.
l Reboot
Select the device in the Gateway List, click More > Reboot and click OK.
l Web CLI
Select the device to be managed by CLI command, click Web CLI. The Web CLI pageprovides commonly-used CLI commands on the left. Click the command, or manually enter the command and click Send. Only one gateway can be configured at a time.
l Delete
Select the device in the Gateway List, click More > Delete and click OK.
4. Cloud Portal Auth
Reyee EG devices support Cloud portal authentication, including one-click, voucher, account, SMS (integrated with Twilio) authentications.
5. IPTV
When ISP link provides 2-3 VLANs for Internet, IPTV and IP phone, you can configure the VLAN in Device Details > IPTV for different services (only supported on Reyee device with the R55 or a higher version).
                                             
6. DynDNS Configuration
You can connect to a device through a customized domain name. This function is supported on partial models of gateways and home routers.
                                             
Click the SN of device to open the Device Details page. If the device supports DynDNS, you can configure No-IP or DynDNS on the Dynamic DNS tab according to your requirements. Please note that the domain is required when configuring DynDNS.
After configuration, please wait until the connection succeeds. The real-time progress is displayed in the Connection Status.

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