Configure Panasonic devices with TOUGHBOOK OEMConfig
OEM Configurations enable organizations to prepare thousands of devices for enterprise deployment. The system administrators can exert complete control over the device management settings with the help of OEM configurations. The Android Enterprise program streamlines this process by delivering the necessary functionalities to manage and secure the endpoints. You can easily enable OEM configuration across corporate-based Android devices through manufacturer-specific OEMConfig applications.
The Panasonic OEMConfig app – TOUGHBOOK OEMConfig helps to extend management and configurations capabilities for Panasonic devices. Through Android Enterprise managed configurations, you can push the OEM configurations to Panasonic devices also.
Approve and add OEMConfig app to the Hexnode app inventory
To configure the OEM-specific settings for Panasonic devices, firstly, you have to approve the OEMConfig app and add it to the Hexnode app inventory.
- Navigate to Apps > +Add Apps > Managed Google Apps.
- Search for the Toughbook OEMConfig app.
- Click on Approve.
- A pop-up appears listing a set of app permissions. Review them and click on Approve.
- You will be navigated to the Approval settings page. You can choose how you want to handle new app permission requests:
- Keep approved when app requests new permissions – Check this option for automatic app updates. New app permissions will automatically be granted.
- Revoke app approval when this app requests new permissions – When new permissions are requested, checking this option removes the app from the inventory until your IT Admin re-approves it.
- Navigate to the Notifications tab. You can add email addresses of all personnel who need to be alerted when an approved app requests new permission. Click on Add to include multiple subscribers.
- Click Done.
You can also modify the app approval preferences,
- Go to Apps > +Add apps > Managed Google Apps.
- Search for the TOUGHBOOK OEMconfig app.
- Click on Approval Preferences to change settings.
- Once changes are made, click Done.
The OEMConfig app must be installed on the devices to push the OEM configurations to the devices. You can deploy the app to the devices from the Hexnode UEM console via remote action or mandatory apps policy.
Create OEM configurations for Panasonic devices
Once the OEMConfig app is added to the Hexnode app inventory and is installed on the devices, you can configure the device settings for the Panasonic devices from the Hexnode console.
- Go to Policies.
- You may choose the existing policy used to push the OEMConfig app to devices or create a New Policy.
- Navigate to Android > App Management > App Configurations.
- Click Configure > +Add new configuration.
- From the list of approved apps, select the TOUGHBOOK OEMConfig app and click Add.
- Configure the required settings and click Done.
|Download File||Save Path||Set the downloaded file name specified in relative path from a storage.|
|Download Destination Storage||Choose the download destination to save the downloaded file.|
|Download URL||Enter the URL to download the file and save it in the specified path.|
|Install URL||Specify the URL to download the APK and automatically install it on the device.|
|ImportURL||Specify the URL to download the file and import automatically.|
|File Copy||Out directory path||Specify the output directory path.|
|Output storage||Choose the storage type for the output directory.|
|File name||Enter the file name. The device searches for the given file from storage and copies it to the directory path.|
|Panasonic Enterprise Launcher||Home Launcher Settings||Settings Value||Set contents of Enterprise Launcher configuration file.|
|Default HOME setting||Enable/Disable Panasonic Enterprise Launcher as the default launcher.|
|UI||Gesture Navigation||App switching gesture||Enable or disable the switch apps gesture.|
|Back gesture||Enables or disables the go back gesture.|
|Home gesture||Enables or disables the go home gesture.|
|Settings miscellaneous||Clipboard||Enable/Disable clipboard function on device.|
|Screen Capture||Enable/Disable screen capture function on device.|
|Settings Application||Google Now||Enable/Disable Google Now search function on device.|
|Barcodereader setting||Enable to display barcode reader setting menu on device.|
|Settings Menu||Developer option||Enable to display developer options on device.|
|Backup my data||Enable/Disable backup function on device.|
|Auto sync||Enable/Disable auto sync function on device.|
|Show battery saver icon||Enable this option to show battery saver icon to indicate low battery or battery saver mode.|
|Display application menu||Enable to show the Application menu in settings.|
|Display airplane mode menu||Enable to show airplane mode menu in settings.|
|Display unknown sources menu||Enable to show Unknown Source menu in settings.|
|Display Wi-Fi menu||Enable to show the Wi-Fi menu in settings.|
|Display reset menu||Enable to show the reset menu in settings.|
|Settings UI Button||Camera button||Enable to activate camera with long press operation.|
|Back button||Enable to activate back button.|
|Home button||Enable to activate home button.|
|Recent button||Enable to activate recent button.|
|Volume button||Enable to activate volume button.|
|Settings Power-Off Menu||Safe mode setting||Enable/Disable safe mode setting on device.|
|‘Rain sensing touch’ on power-off menu||Show/Hide Rain sensing touch in power off menu.|
|‘Glove touch’ on power-off menu||Show/Hide Glove touch in power off menu.|
|‘Stylus pen’ on power-off menu||Show/Hide Stylus pen in power off menu.|
|‘Touch operation mode’ on power-off menu||Switch the show/hide of Touch operation mode menu.|
|‘Hot-swap’ on power-off menu||Show/Hide Hot Swap in power off menu.|
|‘Restart’ on power-off menu||Enable/Disable Restart button in power off menu.|
|‘Power off’ on power-off menu||Enable/Disable Power off button in power off menu.|
|Shortcut of setting on power-off menu||Enable/Disable the shortcut of touch operation mode setting.|
|Settings The Status Bar||Notification of network monitor||Switch whether to show the notification of network monitor.|
|Notification shortcut||Enable/Disable shortcut operation from Notifications.|
|Quick settings icon tap||Switch the enable and disable of the icons in Quick Setting.|
|Quick setting||Enable/Disable Quick settings panel.|
|Pull down the status bar||Enable to activate ‘Pull down status bar’ operation to open notifications panel.|
|Disable System App||Disable App Packagename||Package status||Set ENABLE to enable the application input to DISABLE_PACKAGE, or DISABLE to disable it.|
|Disable Packagename||Required to add Disable App Package name.|
|Dashboard||Tile (Set 1 to 11)||Package Name and Class Name||Specify the unique identifier name for the application and class name of the activity you intend to launch.|
|Tile Name||Change the dashboard settings. You can choose a tile name from the following options, Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, WWAN, Bluetooth, Location, Auto-rotate, Mic, or Custom silent.|
|Settings||Dashboard skin||Set the dashboard skin color to either white or gray.|
|Restricted Mode||Enable/Disable dashboard menu on device.|
|Doze||Doze mode||Doze feature||Switch the enable / disable of the Doze mode|
|White list(no doze) (Set1 to 20)||Package name to add into white list||You can add packages on the list one by one operation. You can whitelist up to 20 packages.|
|Exclusion(apply doze) (Set1 to 20)||Package name to remove from white list||You can specify the package name to remove from the whitelist.|
|Remove All From White List||Remove all from white list||If enabled, all whitelisted applications get unregistered.|
|Permission||Permission settings – these settings help you grant permissions for a package. You can set permissions for up to 30 packages.||Setting Data||If Setting mode is ‘Specified permissions ony’, enter the permission name here. For example, “android.permission.CAMERA = false”.
If Setting Mode is ‘All permissions’, enter ‘True’ or ‘False’ for Setting Data.
|Setting Mode||Either of the following options can be chosen:
|Package Name||Add the package name.|
|Screen Lock||Automatically Lock||Set the idle time interval after which the device locks itself.|
|New password||Set a new password for the device by specifying it here. This field is required when ScreenLock mode is configured as PIN/PASSWORD. Maximum character length is 16.|
|ScreenLock mode||Choose the type of screen lock from the options None, Swipe, Pin and Password.|
|Current password||Set the current password.|
|Secure start-up||Use screen lock. You can configure TRUE or FALSE.|
|Device Admin||Device admin application (Set1 to 10)||Class name||Specify the class name of the activity you intend to launch.|
|Package name||Specify the unique identifier name for the application.|
|Device admin feature||Enable this setting to set an application as device administrator.
Add the package name and class name of the app to be set as device admin.
You can add up to 10 device admin apps.
|Command Execution||Command (Set1 to 10)||Command||Specify commands that automatically launch an activity or service when the system starts up. You can add up to 10 commands.|
|Auto Start Application/Service||Command||Command string||Specify command line strings that launch an activity or service during startup. You can add up to 10 command strings.|
|Advanced NFC – These settings help you adjust advanced NFC settings on the device||NFC Feature||Baud rate||Select Baud Rate from the options: 106Kbps, 212Kbps 424Kbps and 848Kbps.|
|Skip NDEF||Turn ON/OFF Skip NDEF.|
|CE Mode||Turn ON/OFF NFC card type in CE Mode.|
|P2P Mode||ON/OFF NFC card type in P2P Mode.|
|NFC Card Type||NFC Type V||Turn ON/OFF NFC Card Type V.|
|NFC Type F||Turn ON/OFF NFC Card Type F.|
|NFC Type B||Turn ON/OFF NFC Card Type B.|
|NFC Type A||Turn ON/OFF NFC Card Type A.|
|Other (FOTA, SSLmodule, etc.)||Time||Automatic time zone||Enable/Disable automatic time zone selection on device.|
|Only use NTP||Enable the option to only use NTP (not NITS) with automatic date & time setting and automatic time zone selection.|
|Automatic date and time||Enable/Disable automatic date and time setting on device.|
|Update Polling Settings||Polling interval||Set the polling interval to check for software updates.|
|Polling setting||Enable/Disable the option to get software updates from server.|
|Developer option||USB debugging||Enable/Disable USB Debugging on device.|
|Smallest width||Change the smallest width of the display resolution in dp.|
|Allow the bootloader to be unlocked||Enable/Disable OEM unlocking.|
|Stay awake if charging||Enable to keep device awake while device is charging.|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Discovery||Enable to make device visible via Bluetooth to other devices.|
|Volume||Notification volume||Set notification volume level with a value from 0 to 7.|
|Alarm volume||Set alarm volume level with a value from 0 to 7.|
|Music volume||Set music volume level with a value from 0 to 15.|
|Sound & notification||On the lock screen||Set lock screen notification settings to show all content, hide sensitive content only or not show notifications at all.|
|Speaker off during earphone use||Enable/Disable speaker off function during earphone use.|
|Noise suppression during voice call||Enable/Disable noise suppression during voice call.|
|Touch sounds||Enable/Disable touch sounds on device.|
|Screen locking sounds||Enable/Disable sounds on device during screen lock.|
|Dial pad tones||Enable/Disable sounds on device when using dial pad.|
|Default notification sound||Specify the default notification sound to be set up on the device.|
|Phone ringtone||Change phone ringtone.|
|Also vibrate for calls||Enable/Disable vibration for calls.|
|Display||Proximity sensor||Turn ON/OFF the switching function of the proximity sensor on the device.|
|Wallpaper file path||Add file path to the location where the wallpaper image is saved.|
|Wallpaper file storage||Specify the storage type of the wallpaper file.|
|Timeout of sleep||Set the display sleep time interval. Available options range from 15secs to 30mins.|
|Display Brightness Mode||Set display brightness mode to either Auto or Manual.|
|Display Auto Brightness Adjustment||Change display auto brightness adjustment on the device. You can choose a value between 0 and 100.|
|Display Brightness||Change display brightness with values from 20-255.|
|Application install (Set 1 to Set 5)||APK file path||Provide the file path of the APK file.|
|APK file storage||Select storage type of APK file. The available options are internal storage, internal SD card, external SD card, USB storage and USB cradle storage.|
|Application uninstall (Set1 to Set 5)||Application uninstall||Uninstall an application.|
|Security||Make passwords visible||Enable/Disable making passwords visible function.|
|Device Owner Name||Device Owner Name||Use this option to change the device owner name.|
|Screen Rotation||Screen Rotation||Enable/Disable screen rotation. You can choose the following options Lock or Unlock.|
|Touch Screen Mode||Touch Operation Mode||Select touch operation mode from the following options:
|Finger sensitivity||Set finger sensitivity as either High, Medium or Low.|
|Rain condition||Choose Rain condition as either Light or Heavy.|
|Coordinates offset||Choose Coordinates offset as None, Auto, Low, Medium or High.|
|Glove thickness||Choose Glove thickness as Thin, Medium or Thick.|
|Active pen pressure||Set active pen pressure setting as Normal or Light.|
|Stylus pen type||Choose the stylus pen type from the options: Active pen only, Passive pen only or Active and passive pen.|
|Rain sensing touch||Enable this option to use rain sensing touch mode.|
|Glove touch mode||Enable this option to use glove touch mode.|
|Stylus Pen mode||Enable this option to use stylus pen mode.|
|Unknown Sources||Unknown Sources||Enable/Disable unknown sources settings on device.|
|USB||USB Super Speed||Switch Super Speed USB ON/OFF.|
|Connection protocol setting||Change the connection protocol for the device. You can choose from the following options:
Disable, Charging, MTP, or PTP.
|Gadget||Stop power supply when Battery Warm Swap||Enable/Disable this option to stop/continue power supply while performing battery warm swap.|
|Power supply||Enable this option to supply power to gadget devices when the system is sleeping.|
|USB selective suspend||Enable this option to tun on USB suspend when the gadget device is connected.|
|Gadget||Enable or Disable gadget settings.|
|Cradle||Power supply||Enable this option to supply power to device.|
|Device without DC input||Enable this option to supply power to device without DC input when the system is sleeping.|
|USB selective suspend||Enable this option to turn on USB suspend when docked in cradle.|
|Suspend when docked in cradle||Choose ENABLE to suspend when the device is docked in the cradle. Otherwise, select DISABLE.|
|External Antenna||External Antenna||Enable external antenna.|
|Low Battery||Low Battery Notification||Enable or disable the low battery notification on the device.|
|LCD Brightness Notification||Enable or disable the LCD brightness notification.|
|Wireless & networks||Switch LOCATION||Enable location or change location mode settings. You can choose from the following options:
|Switch NFC state||Enable NFC state on the device.|
|Switch Bluetooth state||Enable Bluetooth state on the device.|
|Animation Scale||Animator duration scale||Specify the animator duration scale for the device.|
|Transition animation scale||Set the transition animation scale.|
|Window animation scale||Set the Window animation scale.|
|Date & Time||24-hour format||Enable this option to turn on 24-hour format.|
|Time setting||Set the time for the device in hhmm format.|
|Date setting||Set the date in yyyymmdd format.|
|net.hostname||Net hostname||Set the net hostname. Maximum character length is 91.|
|BootAnimation||BootAnimation||Enable/Disable custom Boot Animation. To change Boot Animation, please place bootanimation.zip under the specified directory.|
|Reboot Device||Reboot Device||Enable this option to reboot the device.|
|Accessibility||Time to take action||Specify how long to show messages that asks the user to take action.|
|Delete Recent Task||Delete recent task||If this option is enabled, all the recent activity when the recent button is clicked.|
|Gestures||System navigation||Configure the system navigation settings. You can choose from the options:
|Quick Settings On Notification Area||Functional restriction||Restrict function of quick setting.|
|Battery Icon||Enable or disable the battery icon on the quick setting. Supported on Android Pie and later.|
|Settings Icon||Enable or disable the Settings icon on the quick setting. Supported on Android Pie and later.|
|Multi user button||Enable or disable the Multi user button on the quick setting. Supported on Android Pie and later.|
|Bluetooth connection point||Enable or disable Bluetooth connection point in Quick Setting.|
|Wi-Fi connection point||Enable or disable Wi-Fi connection point in Quick Setting.|
|IME||Default IME||Specify IMEI ID and change the default IME. Maximum character length is 64.|
|Country/Language||Country and language||Set the country and language of the user.|
|NTP/TimeZone||Actual time zone||Choose the time zone.|
|NTP server address||Set the NTP server address. The maximum character length is 64.|
|Device Management||USB Storage White list (Set 1 to Set 10)||White list||Specify the device names of the target USB devices to be whitelisted.|
|Device Restriction||WiFi||Specify whether to restrict Wi-Fi on the device. You can choose the following options:
|Bluetooth||Enable or Disable Bluetooth on the device. The enables option enforces no restriction on Bluetooth usage.|
|Location||Enable/Disable GPS on device. (The Enable option applies no restriction to the Location setting). Choose from the following options:
|WWAN||Specify whether the WWAN setting is to be enabled on the device.|
|SD||Enable/Disable SD Card slot.|
|NFC||Enable/Disable the NFC service on device.|
|Camera||Enable/Disable Camera on device.|
|USB charge||Enable/Disable USB charging on device.|
|USB host||Specify whether a USB host should be permitted on the device. You can also specifically enable/disable type Type-A or Type-C host.|
|USB Type-C Host||Enable/Disable Type-C host on the device.|
|USB Type-A Host||Enable/Disable Type-A host on the device.|
|USB gadget Port||Enable/Disable the USB gadget port on the device.|
|ADB||Specify how ADB should be permitted on the device. You can choose from the following options:
|USB Type-C ADB||Specify whether to enable/disable the use of USB Type-C ADB.|
|MTP||Enable/Disable MTP on device. This option controls the flow of files, documents, images, etc. from and to the device.|
|USB Type-C MTP||Specify whether to enable/disable the use of USB Type-C MTP on the device.|
|USB Cradle Port||Enable/disable the use of USB Cradle on the device.|
|Microphone||Enable/Disable the use of Mic on the device.|
|Headset Plug||Enable/Disable permission for headset plug on device.|
|USB storage||Enable/Disable USB Storage on device. You can also set the option as Whitelist so that only the whitelisted storage devices can connect with the device.|
|USB port default||Select the default storage type of the USB port. Choose from the following options:
|USB notification||Enable/Disable Notifications on the device when plugged in as USB device.|
|Current password||Set the current password for the device.|
|New password||Set the new password.|
|Hide Application||Specify the applications to be hidden on the device.|
|Disclose Application||Specify the applications whose icons are to be disclosed on the device.|
|Device management hide all||Change the value of system properties. Either choose RESTRICT or SHARE.|
|Barcode Reader||Individual settings (Set1 to Set 10)||Intent package name||Specify the package name for the intent action.|
|Use foreground package name||Specify whether the intent package name is to be used as the foreground package.|
|Intent delivery type||Specify delivery type of intent as activity, service, or broadcast. Choose from the following options:
|Barcode category name||Define a category name for intent action.|
|Intent action name||Define a name for the intent action.|
|Intent output||Enable or Disable Intent output function.|
|keyboard wedge transmission mode||Specify to post scanned data with text or key code.|
|keyboard wedge||Enter data editing rules of Keyboard wedge.|
|Barcode profile||Enter the name of the barcode profile.|
|User Button Manager||You can configure the key actions for the following key combinations:
||Class name||Specify the class name of the activity you intend to launch.|
|Package name||Specify the unique identifier name for the application.|
|Application name||Specify the name of the application.|
|Mode||Changes the function to be assigned to the key. You can choose between 0 and 205.|
|Wakeup key||Configure a key to wake device from sleep mode. The available keys are – A1 key, A2 key, A3 key, Left side key and Right side key.|
You can configure the network and internet settings for the devices including Wi-Fi, APN, Ethernet, etc.
|Wi-Fi||General||Clear saved Wi-Fi Setting||Choose whether to clear the Wi-Fi settings saved on the device. There are two options: Disable or Enable. The Enable option removes all the settings, whereas the Disable option retains the Wi-Fi settings already saved on the device.|
|Wi-Fi On/Off||Specify the Wi-Fi status for the device. You can select either ON/OFF.|
|Wi-Fi frequency band||Select the radio frequency range to use in wireless communication. The available options are:
|Network notification||You can turn ON or OFF the network notification.|
|Always scan||This setting lets you decide whether to make the Wi-Fi scanning always available. You can choose either ON/OFF.|
|Wi-Fi Roaming||Configure the Wi-Fi roaming threshold value for the device. There are four options:
The device attempts to roaming by searching for another Access Point (AP) when the actual signal strength falls below the specified threshold value.
|Direct name||Specify the Wi-Fi Direct device name. You can use a maximum of 64 characters.|
|Certificate||Name||Add the certificate name. The maximum character length for specifying the certificate name is 64.|
|Type||Choose the certificate type from either of the options, PKCS12 and OTHER.|
|Password for PKCS||For a PKCS certificate, there will be a password associated with it. Include the password for such certificates here.|
|File||Add the file path where the certificate resides to install it on the devices.|
|Install with encryption||Here, you can specify whether to encrypt the certificate in PKCS format (using the password specified above) as the device installs it.|
|Install UID||Specify the User ID type for installing the certificate. Select either ID_USER and ID_WIFI.|
|Screen lock check||By default, Android devices prompt the user to configure a screen lock (PIN, password or pattern) before installing the certificates. If you opt-out, you can choose the DISABLE option. You may also re-enable it by selecting ENABLE.|
|Network||Network name (SSID)||Add the SSID of the Wi-Fi network.
Note: The maximum character length is 64.
|Security||Specify the network security type from the following: NONE, WEP, WPA, and EAP.|
|WEP Password||Include the WEP password to authenticate the connection. (If WEP security type is chosen)
Note: The password length should not exceed 64 characters.
|WPA/WPA2 PSK Password||Include the WPA/WPA2 PSK password to authenticate the connection. (If WPA security type is chosen)
Note: The password length should not exceed 64 characters.
|User certificate||Add the name of the user certificate to authenticate the user for a secured connection.|
|Sim slot number||Specify the SIM slot number. The permitted range of value is ‘0’ to ‘32767’.|
Choose the Extended Authentication Protocol (EAP) method. You can select either of the following:
Select the phase-2 authentication method.
|CA certificate||Specify the name of the CA certificate to be used for authentication. The maximum character length is 64.|
|Identity||Add the EAP identity string. Commonly referred to as the username, the EAP identity is used for authenticating the user.|
|Anonymous identity||Optional. The anonymous identity is used for outer authentication. Specifying an anonymous identity protects the user’s actual identity.|
|EAP password||Specify the EAP password. The password helps establish an authenticated connection to the given network.|
|Proxy||A proxy server acts as an intermediary between the device and the server. If you want to set up a proxy server for the given network, choose the proxy server type from NONE, MANUAL, or AUTO and specify the proxy server settings that follow.|
|Proxy hostname||If you have chosen MANUAL proxy type, you have to specify the IP address or the domain of the proxy server.|
|Proxy port||If you have chosen MANUAL, specify the port number for the proxy server.|
|Bypass proxy for||If Manual proxy type is selected, you may specify the domains that need to be accessed without a proxy service.|
|PAC URL||If AUTO option is chosen, add Proxy Auto-Configuration URL that contains all information needed to configure proxy network.|
|IP Settings||Configure Wi-Fi IP configuration as DHCP or STATIC.|
|IP address||If IP Settings is chosen to be STATIC, specify IP address from within the standard IP address ranges listed:
|Gateway||If IP Settings is chosen to be STATIC, specify IP Gateway corresponding to the IP address.|
|Network prefix length||If IP Settings is chosen to be STATIC, specify IP network prefix length.|
|DNS 1||If IP Settings is chosen to be STATIC, specify the primary ‘directory lookup’ server to match domain names with their IP addresses.|
|DNS 2||If IP Settings is chosen to be STATIC, specify the secondary ‘directory lookup’ server to match domain names with their IP addresses.|
|APN||Preferred APN||Number of APN to select||Specify the APN target. Choose between 0 and 32767.|
|Name of APN to select||Specify the name of APN to force connect to when SIM is inserted in device.|
|APN (Set1 to Set 5)||APN name||Specify network’s access point name.|
|APN||Specify the name of the APN Server.|
|MCC||Specify Mobile Country Code (MCC) assigned by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to uniquely identify the mobile network operator.|
|MNC||Add the Mobile Network Code (MNC) codes assigned by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to uniquely identify the network.|
|Proxy||Enter the IP address of the proxy server.|
|Port||Enter the port number for the proxy server.|
|Username||Specify the username to authenticate access to the APN network.|
|Password||Enter the password used to authenticate access to the APN network.|
|Server address||Specify IP address of the APN server.|
|MMSC||Add the URL of Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC) to allow sending and receiving of multimedia messages.|
|MMS proxy||Add the multimedia messaging (MMS) proxy server’s IP address or domain name.|
|MMS port||Enter the port number of the MMS proxy server.|
|Authentication Type||Choose an authentication protocol from available options:
|APN type||APNs can be of various types such as Generic, SUPL, MMS and WAP. Specify the APN type here. The maximum character length is 64.|
|APN protocol||Select an internet protocol for the APN to use. IPv4 and IPv6 are the available options.|
|APN roaming protocol||Specify the internet protocol to be used when connecting to a different access point of the same server. The available options are:
|Bearer||Tick all the communication protocols to apply the current APN configuration.
If all options are left unchecked, the APN configuration will get applied to all protocols.
|MVNO type||Specify Mobile Virtual Network Operators or mobile network resellers to which the current APN configuration is restricted to. You can choose from:
|MVNO value||Mobile Virtual Network Operator value along with MVNO type allows restriction of APN configurations. Specify the MVNO match data here. The maximum character limit is 64.|
|Auto DNS||Enable/Disable Auto DNS|
|DNS 1||DNS1 specifies the location to fetch the IP address to be accessed.|
|DNS 2||If access to DNS1 fails, the device checks for DNS2 to fetch the IP address.|
|Devices||Set the ethernet configurations for the devices. Choose the ethernet devices.|
|Auto Device||On/Off auto device.|
|IP settings||IP Settings||Select the IP type as DHCP or STATIC.|
|IP address||If STATIC, specify the IP address.|
|Gateway||If STATIC, specify IP Gateway corresponding to the IP address.|
|Network prefix length||If STATIC, specify IP network prefix length.|
|DNS1||Specify the location to fetch the IP address to be accessed.|
|DNS 2||If access to DNS1 fails, the device checks for DNS2 to fetch the IP address.|
|Proxy Settings||Proxy||Specify the proxy type. You can configure the proxy to be NONE if you do not require proxy. Or you may choose MANUAL.|
|Hostname||If MANUAL, specify the name of proxy server.|
|Port||If MANUAL, specify port number for proxy server.|
|Bypass proxy||For MANUAL proxy configuration, you can specify the domains that should be accessed without using a proxy service.|
|Network priority||Set network priority as either Low or High.|
|Global Proxy||Proxy||Proxy type||You can choose either of the following proxy types:
|Proxy hostname||If MANUAL, specify name of proxy server.|
|PAC URL||If you have chosen AUTOMATIC proxy type, add Proxy Auto-Configuration URL that contains the information needed to configure proxy network.|
|Proxy port||If MANUAL, specify port number for proxy server.|
|Proxy exclusion||If you have chosen MANUAL, specify the domains that should be accessed bypassing the proxy server.|
|Mobile Networks||Mobile Network Settings||Data roaming||Enable/Disable the data roaming service on the device.|
|Preferred network type||Select the preferred network type from the following GSM, WCDMA, GSM/WCDMA, CDMA/EvDo auto, CDMA + LTE/EvDo, GSM/WCDMA/LTE, Global, LTE, or LTE/WCDMA.|
|VPN||VPN Info (Set1 to Set5)||Connection status||Specify the connection status. You can choose from the following:
|Name||Specify the identification name of the Virtual Private Network (VPN).|
|Type||Select connection type for the VPN. The available options are PPTP, L2TP_IPSEC_PSK, L2TP_IPSEC_RSA, IPSEC_XAUTH_PSK, IPSEC_XAUTH_RSA and IPSEC_ HYBRID_RSA.|
|VPNServer||Specify the server URL or domain name for the VPN server.|
|DNSServer||Specify DNS Server URL or domain name to transmit the internal traffic once the connection is established.|
|Domain||Specify internal DNS search domains that to transmit the internal traffic, once the connection is established.|
|Route||Specify the DNS transfer route through which all traffic is send from the VPN interface to its destination.|
|Username||Specify the login username associated with the VPN tunnel.|
|Password||Specify the login password associated with the VPN tunnel.|
|Login record||Enable/Disable VPN login record.|
|PPP encryption||Enable/Disable PPP Encryption for VPN tunnel.|
|L2TP||This setting enables L2TP security protection. You can enter of the following L2TP_IPSEC_PSK or L2TP_IPSEC_RSA.|
|IPSec ID||Specify IPSec ID as L2TP_IPSEC_PSK or IPSEC_XAUTH_PSK.|
|IPSec Pre-shared key||Specify IPSec Pre-shared key as L2TP_IPSEC_PSK or IPSEC_XAUTH_PSK.|
|IPSec User certificate||Specify IPSec User certificate type as L2TP_IPSEC_RSA or IPSEC_XAUTH_RSA.|
|IPSec CA certificate||Specify IPSec CA certificate type as L2TP_IPSEC_RSA, IPSEC_XAUTH_RSA, or IPSEC_HYBRID_RSA.|
|IPSec Server certificate||Specify IPSec Server certificate
as L2TP_IPSEC_RSA, IPSEC_XAUTH_RSA, or IPSEC_HYBRID_RSA.
Associate Policies with Devices / Groups
If the policy has not yet been saved.
- Navigate to Policy Targets.
- Click on +Add Devices.
- Choose the devices and click OK.
- Click on Save to apply the policies to devices.
Apart from devices, you can also associate the policies with device groups, user and user groups from Policy Targets.
If the policy has been saved, you can associate it with another method.
- From Policies tab, check the policies to be associated.
- Click on Manage > Associate Targets and choose the device.
- Click on Associate to apply policy to the devices