Julie Byrd

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  • Julie Byrd created an article,

    How to factory reset a Bigleaf router

    Resetting a Bigleaf router to its factory default settings deletes all site-specific settings. You can then reconfigure the router for use at the current location or a different one.  Resetting a B...

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    Selecting the type of Bigleaf router availability for a site (Standard, High Availability, Warm Spare)

    When creating a site in the Bigleaf Web Dashboard, you’ll be required to select the type of router availability option the site is using. These are the availability options: Standard — the site is...

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    How to create or modify a WAN circuit

    Adding a WAN circuit to a site in the Bigleaf Web Dashboard is simple. But it’s important to input the correct circuit details as it impacts how much traffic is routed to a circuit and is reflected...

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    Load Balancing options for WAN circuits

    Bigleaf enables you to configure how network traffic is routed to WAN circuits, called Load Balancing. You can let Bigleaf decide how traffic is routed among your circuits, or you can decide whethe...

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    Using the Performance Tab

    The Performance tab in the Bigleaf Web Dashboard provides granular performance information about an overall site, and each circuit at that site. The Performance tab is one of the most useful tools ...

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    Using Custom Prioritization Rules in QoS

    Bigleaf's dynamic Quality of Service (QoS) system provides effective and automatic prioritization for traffic traversing the public internet. Bigleaf uses unique technology to provide QoS without c...

  • Julie Byrd created an article,

    Configuring LAN Network Modes (Static, DHCP and NAT)

    The Bigleaf routers support LAN IP assignments via DHCP and NAT Firewall modes, in addition to the standard Static IP configuration. The DHCP and NAT Firewall modes configuration should only be use...

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    Configuring expansion Ports in Standard High Availability (no switches)

    Bigleaf BLR-112 routers include an expansion card that provides four additional SFP+ ports for use. The expansion card is included with all multi-gig services. By default, expansion ports don’t hav...

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    Using the AUX port of a Bigleaf router as a second LAN

    With the Standard Availability Bigleaf service, where you have only one Bigleaf router, the AUX port can be configured as a second LAN port if needed. Note: You can’t configure the AUX port as a se...

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    Can I take my Bigleaf router with me if I move my office location?

    Moving your office? Your Bigleaf router can usually move with you and your LAN IP addresses may even stay the same. Your site’s LAN IP addresses are specific to your primary Tunnel Endpoint (TE), s...