What are IP Routes in Cloud Networks?
IP Routes are an attribute of a Cloud Network. IP Routes are used to push Static Routes to Big Apps (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android). This can allow Network Administrators to use devices in a Cloud Network as a gateway to other networks / ...
What does enabling "Allow Ethernet Bridging" do?
Nodes in a Cloud Network can be allowed to perform Ethernet Bridging. Typically combined with our headless linux agent, use of this option allows Cloud Network interfaces to be "bridged" at Layer 2 with physical network interfaces on the same device. ...
Edge Lite On-Boarding Guide
Introduction This guide is designed to assist with the Edge Lite on-boarding process. Assumptions Device Model: Edge Lite Facility Requirements: Available Internet access service with DHCP WAN addressing (see below for Static WAN IP) Existing Big ...
What does "Manage WAN Priority" control?
Manage WAN Priority is used to create an ordered list of WAN interfaces to be used in priority order by our Local Breakout function on the Big Edge devices. For example, if you have 3x ISPs connected to an Edge Pro, you can set the priority as an ...
How does DHCP work in Cloud Networks?
Cloud Networks themselves are agnostic to DHCP traffic - Cloud Networks will pass DHCP traffic along, since they operate at Layer 2. However, Big Apps operate at Layer 3 by default, so they do not process DHCP requests. IP Address Pools are used in ...