Here we can add the custom attributes to be displayed under ACS devices in Splynx. For example, we need to display a DNS attribute on the main info of device:
Once the attribute is added, you need to connect some devices to proceed with its configuration.
You will be able to display all these attributes:
Once some devices are added and you have groups available, click on Attributes config near some group:
Select a device and click on Load button to load attributes. After the load, the attributes are ready to use:
and after its configuration you'll see the attribute values on the device overview or in customers list:
Additionally, in device control menu we can find the following sections:
On the Overview tab you can see basic parameters like uptime, IP, CPU usage etc.
On the Relation tab you can set type of device (type should be created under
Config → Networking → TR-069 → Types), group (should be created under
Config → Networking → TR-069 → Groups as well) also the customer and their services can be linked to this device.
On Tasks tab you will see the pending tasks (like you run a wi-fi password change and task will be created).
On Faults tab you will see tasks what were executed with an errors.
When click on Actions button you can find next options:
- Refresh - you can use it to refresh device connection between ACS and Splynx;
- Reboot - remotely reboot a device;
- Run provisioning - run provisioning for a device;
- Send file - send some file to a device;
- Factory reset - reset device to its factory settings;
- Delete - delete this device from the ACS (if the device is connected to the network it will appear in the list again. First, disable the TR-069 client on the device if you do not want this device to appear on the ACS again).
At the bottom of the page there are additional tabs related to the router: WAN, LAN, NAT, FIREWALL, DIAGNOSES, ACTIVITY:
Switch between available tabs to configure needed parameters. As an example we can change a DHCP server parameters:
or add some firewall rules right here:
On Diagnostic tab you can find such diagnostic tools as: ping, traceroute, upload/download statistic and wifi-analyzer:
To run some diagnostic tool click on Run button near each tool.
NOTE!: This menu can differ depending on a device, e.g. Mikrotik router can be without а Wi-Fi module.
Wi-fi analyzer shows all the available wi-fi networks and its signal strength.
Debug logs can be found under
Administration → Logs → [Files](administration/logs/files) and find files by word