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Configurable firmware upgrade

It’s possible to schedule firmware upgrades, for either the entire realm or on a per-organization basis. The scheduling of firmware upgrades is configured by selecting the time and day of the week, for either the entire realm or on a per-organization basis. The day of the week is an optional setting, as daily upgrades may […]

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Factory reset Ocedo appliances

In case the appliance is unable to connect to CC due to misconfiguration, a factory reset may be required. Performing a factory reset will wipe all configuration made and set’s the appliance to out-of-the-box state. The appliance will try to connect via fallback mechanism (DHCP) to the CC again and request it’s configuration. Important: Factory […]

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Directory Sync via Google Apps

In case your organization is using a Google domain infrastructure, Ocedo is able to fetch Google domain users to allow easy integration. Users which are added in your directory on https://accounts.google.com can be created automatically on the Connect controller. The Google Apps Sync feature will poll the Service and update the users in intervals of […]

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Offline provisioning an Ocedo gateway via USB method

Adding a new gateway to your network requires the appliance to contact the Connect Controller (CC) which provides the initial configuration.
In a scenario where no DHCP server is available in the existing network, or a static IP address should be assigned […]

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Adding static routes

How to add static routes In case 3rd-party routers are used in the network environment, it may be necessary to add manual routes to reach the remote zones. The following example explains how to add a manual route to reach the backbone zone 10.10.1.0/24 from HQ gateway. Example setup Login to your Connect Controller (CC) […]

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How to replace an existing Ocedo gateway

In case a gateway appliance has to be replaced by identical hardware, e.g. due to RMA, proceed as follows: Scenario 1 (initial provisioning via DHCP) [Condition] The new gateway is able to obtain an IP address via DHCP in the network to reach the Connect Controller (CC) and register at the core server. Login to […]

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Feature Peek – ClassicVPN

The Ocedo System has a super fast and easy way to create a resilient VPN backbone between all your sites by using its “AutoVPN” feature. But not everybody has an Ocedo Gateway to connect to, and you still might need access to 3rd party networks which can be achieved by creating a manual VPN tunnel using […]

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Smooth integration of Ocedo into existing networks

In order to set up Ocedo appliances for demos, lab, evaluation or testing purposes, it is often needed to smoothly integrate them into an existing network infrastructure, without the need to completely change the network cabling, routing or ip addressing schemes.[…]

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Ports Used by Ocedo

A quick overview over the ports used by Ocedo appliances and their descriptions […]