This document demonstrates how to upgrade VigorACS 2 on Linux platform.
This document is going to demonstrate how to upgrade the VigorACS 2 on the Windows platform.
This document demonstrates how to restore the backup SQL file to the database of VigorACS 2 on Windows platform and Linux platfrom. Since the column and tables might be different for each version, please make sure the current ACS version is the SAME as the version where we backup the SQL file.
VigorACS allows the network administrator to maintain multiple CPEs effectively. The firmware upgrade is one of the useful features that improve maintenance of lots of devices. ACS provides 3 methods to do the firmware upgrade for more flexible usage.
This article is going to demonstrate what could we do if we forgot the MySQL password.
Since version 2.4.0, VigorACS 2 support to create the schedule backup task for your ACS's database; therefore, the system administrator will not need to worry about the sudden event occurred. This document is going to demonstrate how to schedule backup the database of ACS2.
In this note, we will demonstrate how to backup and restore the CPE's configuration by ACS2, how to assure the backup/restore has taken place, and how to find the location for saved configuration files.
There is no way we can retrieve the router's administration password if it's lost. However, if the device is already managed by VigorACS 2, there are several solutions for this. From VigorACS 2, you may reset the password to default, re-configure the password by device configuration or by the TR-069 parameter.
This article demonstratses how to configure the Maintenance > Device Reboot profile on VigorACS 2 to schedule CPE to reboot periodically.
This article demonstrates how to add location information to a CPE or a Network.
If you have already set up the router name in System Maintenance, you may enable Auto Detect Router Name on VigorACS to display the router name instead.
In this document, we are going to share some troubleshooting tips for you if you meet such kind of problem.
This article demonstrates how to deploy tag-based VLAN on the network with selected Vigor Router and a VigorSwitch. By using the Central Switch Management (SWM) of the router, Network Administrator can do all the configuration from the router's management page. Furthermore, SWM simplifies the VLAN configuration by providing only the options which match the router's VLAN configuration.
Since version 2.3.0, VigorACS 2 support the Device configuration report to collect the info of specific TR-069 parameters. This document is going to demonstrate the steps to create the report for CPE management port.
This article explains the the structure of the EMS folder and where to find it,
Since 2.3.0 version, ACS 2 support a new feature that allows the VigorAP and VigorSwitch to be shown as sub-device behind the Vigor Router on the Network tree if they belong to the same network group.
For security concern, VigorACS enable the validation code mechanism on the login page by default. It provides a basic protection for brute force attack. However, if it is not necessary for your network, you can follow the steps below to disable the validation code check.
To manage and monitor a VigorAP from VigorACS server, you need to register it to the server first. This article explains how to do that.
This article describes how to register a Vigor Router to Vigor ACS 2, so that it can be managed remotely.