Onboarding Cambium Network devices to your cnMaestro account
Wondering how to onboard your Cambium Network Devices onto your cnMaestro account?
What is cnMaestro? cnMeastro is a cloud-based or on-premises software platform for secure, end-to-end network control. The program’s wireless network manager simplifies device managment by offering full network visibility and zero touch provisioning. You can view and perform a full suite of wireless network management in real time.
What different accounts does cnMaestro offer? When creating a new cnMaestro account on cloud.cambiumnetworks.com, you have the following types of accounts that you can choose from:
- Access and Backhaul: This account type supports ePMP, PMP, PTP, cnRanger, cnPilot Home, Enterprise Wi-Fi, cnMatrix and cnVision.
- Enterprise: This account type supports Enterprise Wi-Fi and cnMatrix. Typically used for small to large scale Wi-Fi only deployments
- Industrial Internet: This account type supports ePMP, PMP, PTP, cnRanger, cnPilot Home, Enterprise Wi-Fi, cnReach, Machfu, cnMatrix and cnVision.
How to onboard cnMatrix switches and cnPilot Access Points:
To onboard the cnMatrix and cnPilot devices, you can log into your existing cnMaestro account and select onboard > claim devices. These devices are onboarded using their Serial number.
Once the devices has been claimed, simply click on approve next to each device or click on approve all.
How to onboard a Cambium Networks ePMP device:
The Cambium ePMP devices needs to be onboarded through the Web interface of the device. Simply log into your Cambium ePMP device and navigate to Configuration > System > cnMaestro
Ensure that the following fields are populated on the Radio’s interface:
- Remote Management > Enabled
- cnMaestro URL: cloud.cambiumnetworks.com if you are using the cloud platform
- Cambium ID: The ID created with your account
- Onboarding Key: The key created with the account
If your Radio has internet connectivity, it will automatically show on the onboarding page where you can just approve the device.