ALERT: Datto Drive Cloud service will no longer be available as of July 1, 2019. For more information, see our end-of-life article. If you'd like to migrate your data to Datto Workplace, see our migration guide.
To learn how to download your Datto Drive Cloud data, please visit this article.

Datto Networking: Managing Routers

Follow

Topic

This article describes how to manage routers using Datto Network Manager.

Environment

  • Datto Routers
  • Datto Network Manager

Description

All routers associated with a network are found on this page. You can click individual routers to check their status, add routers, or perform other actions.

Procedure

Navigation

1. Navigate to a device web session for your router.

2. Click Routers.

mceclip0.pngFigure 1: The Navigation menu (click to enlarge)

Configuration

The following information and actions are available for your routers:

Figure 2: Router list and actions (click to enlarge)

1. Add Router: Allows you to add an additional router.

2. Global Router Settings: Allows you to define settings that affect all routers within a network. See the Global Router Settings section of this article for more information.

3. Name: Displays the name of the router, along with its MAC address.

4: Model: Displays the model type of the router.

5. WAN IP: Displays the IP address of the router's main WAN interface.

6. Status: Displays the current connectivity status of the router, and will display one of the following statuses:

  • Online: WAN Ethernet: The router is online and connected to the Internet via Ethernet.
  • Online: LTE Failover: The router is online and connected to the Internet via LTE failover.
  • Offline: The router is unable to reach the Internet.

7. Last Checkin: Displays the timestamp of the last checkin the router successfully performed.

8. Uptime: Displays the how long the router has been powered on.

9. Firmware Version: Displays what firmware version the router is currently running.

10. Outages: Displays a graphical timeline of the router's checkin status. The timeline will display one of two colors:

  • Green: The router is checking in.
  • Grey: The router is not checking in.

11. Actions: Clicking this gear icon will display a dropdown presenting you with the following actions:

  • Move to Network: Allows you to move this router to another network.
  • Reboot: Restarts the router.
  • Delete Device: Allows you to remove the router from the network.

Global Router Settings

Clicking Global Router Settings will display a page that allows you to configure settings that affect all routers within a network. The following settings are available:

Figure 3: Global Router Settings (click to enlarge)

  • DNS Server: Allows you to enter a DNS Server IP that all routers will use.

Was this article helpful?

0 out of 0 found this helpful

You must sign in before voting on this article.

Want to talk about it? Have a feature request?

Head on over to our Community Forum or get live help.