Centralized Management System for Vigor Router & VigorAP
- Supports TR-069 standard to manage Vigor Routers and VigorAPs
- CPE Provisioning
- Real-Time Status Monitoring
- Advanced Firmware Management
- VPN Wizard for easy configuration of VPN tunnels
- AP & Wireless Management
- Log Recording and Report
- Designed with RWD to fit various size of screens
VigorACS 2 is a powerful centralized management software for Vigor Routers and VigorAPs, it is an integrated solution for configuring, monitoring, and maintenance of multiple Vigor devices from a single portal. VigorACS 2 is based on TR-069 standard, which is an application layer protocol that provides the secure communication between the server and CPEs, and allows Network Administrator to manage all the Vigor devices (CPEs) from anywhere on the Internet. VigorACS 2 Central Management is suitable for the enterprise customers with a large scale of DrayTek routers and APs, or the System Integrator who need to provide a real-time service for their customer's DrayTek devices.
From VigorACS SI to VigorACS 2, DrayTek makes an effort to create a user-friendly interface and integrates more devices configurations. VigorACS 2 is more capable of controlling and monitoring CPEs since it covers more TR-069 parameters than which were covered on VigorACS SI, AP Profile is also added to do VigorAP provisioning easier. VigorACS 2 adopts responsive UI, this allows you to operate VigorACS 2 via tablets or phones, and we re-arrange the space configuration of every page, hope to provide a better user experience.
Provisioning allows Vigor devices, when connected to the VigorACS 2, to receive the pre-configured parameters automatically, and make the device set up without the need of an on-site technician. On VigorACS 2, provisioning can be done either per network group (Global Parameter), or per device ( CPE Set Parameters), you may also make a list of the parameters that should always apply to a certain device and thus to prevent unexpected configuration changes on it ( CPE Keep Parameters).
VigorACS 2 reduces the time spent on maintaining all the devices across many locations, you can do all the devices maintenance task remotely from VigorACS 2, such as firmware upgrade, configuration backup & restore, and device reboot. On VigorACS 2, a firmware upgrade can be applied to a single device or a batch of devices, upgrade tasks can also be scheduled during non-business hours, configuration backup can be set up to perform periodically, and frequency could be every day or longer depending on the customer's need.
From VigorACS 2, you may check all the information of a CPE as if you were connecting to the device locally, including the uptime, firmware version, resource usage, client number...etc. Furthermore, a connection loss on CPEs, including WAN, LAN, and VPN connections, will be highlighted on the dashboard, you may also set up VigorACS 2 to send notifications to Network Administrator under certain condition.
VigorACS 2 offers an easy method, VPN Wizard, to configure LAN-to-LAN tunnels between the managed CPEs. By simply drawing a line between two devices, the required configuration for setting up a VPN tunnel will be applied to both of them automatically and VPN can be established immediately. While VPN Wizard provides a very simple way to create VPN, there are also options to choose the type and encryption method of the VPN.
VigorACS 2 is also a wireless controller for managing and monitoring VigorAPs. You may pre-configure AP settings such as SSID, security, load balancing rules into an AP profile, and VigorACS 2 will automatically apply the settings to the new joined VigorAP. There is also an AP Map function that allows you to upload a floor plan and place APs on it, simulated wireless coverage are shown to help you find the best position of each AP.
Role-Based Access Control
You can create multiple user accounts to log in VigorACS 2 and assign different authorities for each account. There are 5 privilege levels on VigorACS 2, which are: System Administrator (the highest), Group Administrator, Administrator, Operator, and View Only Operator (the lowest). We can also group some of the user accounts and assign the management authority of certain devices (by network) to a user group.
(Min. firmware version required)
(Min. firmware version required)
Minimum System Requirement
|Intel® i5-7287U 3.30 GHz||2GB||
For large number of nodes, please refer to the following table.
System Requirement for More Nodes
|Number of Nodes||Operating System||CPU||Memory|
Windows / Linux
|Intel Core i7-7567U Processor
(4M Cache, 3.50 GHz, Cores: 2, Threads: 4)
Windows / Linux
|Intel Core i7-7700K Processor
(8M Cache, 4.2 GHz , Cores: 4, Threads: 8)
Intel Xeon Gold 5122 Processor
(16.5M Cache, 3.60 GHz, Cores: 4, Threads: 8)
|5,000||Linux||IntelR Core i7-8700K Processor
(12M Cache, 3.70 GHz, Cores: 6, Threads: 12)
IntelR Xeon Gold 6128 Processor
(19.25M Cache, 3.40 GHz, Cores: 6, Threads: 12)
|10,000||Linux||Intel Xeon Gold 6154 Processor
(24.75M Cache, 3.00 GHz, Cores: 18, Threads: 36)
|20,000||Linux||Intel Xeon Platinum 8168 Processor
(33M Cache, 2.70 GHz , Cores: 24, Threads: 48)
|30,000||Linux||Intel Xeon Platinum 8180 Processor
(38.5M Cache, 2.50 GHz , Cores: 28, Threads: 56)
If there are 5,000 nodes or more, we recommend implementing VigorACS 2 on a Linux server.
Estimating Storage Volume Requirement
We may calculate the requirement of storage volume according to the number of nodes and the features we are using.
- RRD file for Device Information (required): 5 MB, per node
- Syslog (optional): about 48 MB, per node, per day
- Scheduled CFG backup for all Vigor Router except for Vigor2960 and Vigor3900 (optional): about 25 KB, per node
- Scheduled CFG backup for Vigor2960 or Vigor3900 (optional): about 250 KB, per node
For example, managing 500 Vigor Router (no Vigor2960 nor Vigor3900) with Syslog and Scheduled Backup (backup daily and keep all the files) enabled for 1 month, the estimated external data size is
1. RRD file : 5MB x 500 = 2.5GB
2. Syslog : 48MB x 30 days x 500 nodes = 720GB
3. Schedule cfg backup = 25KB x 30 x 500 = 375 MB
→ Total external usage for 1 month : 2.5 + 720 + 0.375 = 722.875GB
|Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Multiple Linux distribution (e.g., Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, CentOS,...etc)
|Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, IE, Edge|