Provision, Monitor, and Manage. All From a Single Screen.
Network administration requires constant maintenance: standardizing device configuration, monitoring of network health, and urgent troubleshooting. With InControl, you can perform all these functions for your whole network, from any web browser.
InControl is our cloud-based endpoint management system. When connected to your devices, it aggregates data to generate useful reports on all aspects of your network. On a single screen, you can push configurations to any and all of your endpoints. If you need to dig deeper, you can remotely access the web admin of any device on your network
Using InControl, you can save configuration time, minimize truck rolls, stay on top of the status of your network, and proactively resolve any emerging problems with speed and precision.
A Wide Range of Capabilities
From SD-WAN network provisioning to SSID management, InControl gives you to complete control of your network from any web browser:
SD- WAN Provisioning
GPS Fleet Management
InControl simplifies network management by aggregating network information and presenting them in easy-to-read reports. Push configuration and firmware updates to hundreds of devices with a click of a button and apply schedules to SSID, Wi-Fi radios, and SD-Switch ports.
Bulk configuration: Push a configuration file onto a multiple devices at once, simplifying endpoint provisioning. See it in Action >
Remote Device IP Configuration: Upload a spreadsheet to push IP network configurations to multiple devices at the same time. Use device tags to control which devices to push to. See it in Action >
Bulk Outbound Policy Provisioning: Save time by applying traffic steering rules from a master config file, push to multiple Peplink devices en masse. See it in Action >
Bulk Firewall Policy Provisioning: Save time by extracting firewall rules from a master configuration, and applying to multiple Peplinks en masse. See it in Action >
Centralized Firmware Management: See the current firmware version of all your devices. Schedule automated firmware updates for groups of devices. See it in Action >
Group-Wide SSID Settings:Configure SSIDs across all devices, or assign it to specific devices using tags. Set bandwidth limits, VLAN settings, and MAC Filters, all on InControl. See it in Action >
Customizable Captive Portal: Customize Appearance, Social Wi-Fi login, bandwidth quotas, control every aspect of your captive portal and apply it to any SSID or VLAN.
See it in Action >
Provisioning SD-WAN configurations to endpoints used to take hours. With InControl, you can now build your PepVPN network in one minute. Simply open the PepVPN configurator, select your topography, and select your peers.
Three Easy Steps
Step 1: Select Desired Topology
Step 2: Select VPN Peers
3: Fine Tune Network
Scalable: Compared to manual configuration, the PepVPN configurator is significantly more scalable: the effort needed to set up a network of 100 is similar to the effort needed to setup a network of 10.
Stackable: The changes made by one instance of the configurator are not overwritten by the instance of another. This is useful for building more complex topologies which as nesting stars or mixed meshes.
Verifiable: All VPN tunnels are instantly visible InControl’s Live Status view. For additional verification and troubleshooting, you can Remotely access any device’s Web Admin.
GPS Fleet Management
InControl 2 provides full-fleet device management when used in combination with our vehicle-mounted, GPS–enabled devices, such as the MAX HD2 and BR1. Track your devices wherever they are using our interactive maps. Check vehicle speed, cellular coverage, and traffic conditions. Play back complete route histories for any time period.
Fleet Overview: Find any device using interactive maps. Point and click to see device details, such as cellular signal strength and number of clients. See it in Action >
Route Tracking: Track location over the past 24 hours or review any 24-hour period. Play back route histories in real-time. See it in Action >
Speed Monitoring: Use the color-coded tracking feature to monitor real-time vehicle speed. Use the tracking history data to spot speed patterns. See it in Action >
Review Signal Strength: See the cellular signal strength of any point along your vehicle’s route. Plan and adjust for weak signal areas. See it in Action >
Geofencing: Draw a boundary for your device. If it leaves the boundary, you can get a notification, disable Wi-Fi, and call admin. See it in Action >
Set up email notifications for important network events. Monitor WAN quality and bandwidth usage using intuitive graphical reports. InControl 2 provides detailed logs of your network’s events and operations. Finally, the Remote Web Admin feature lets you directly access the WebUI of any device, saving truck rolls.
Remote Web Admin: Remotely access the Web UI of any device in your network from any web browser. Perform diagnostics and in-depth configuration changes without going onsite. See it in Action >
Deep Packet Inspection: Track the types of traffic going through your network (e.g. dns, HTTP, dropbox) and see a detailed breakdown of all traffic. View the bandwidth usage history for each type of traffic. See it in Action >
Email Notifications: Designate which groups or device tags to receive email notifications for. Choose from a wide range of events to receive notifications. Set up different levels of alert with different people receiving the email for each level. See it in Action >
Detailed Logs: See all user operations done to your network, who made them, and when they were made. Review all network events, filtering by event type (e.g. SpeedFusion, WAN, Lan, IPsec) and download information as CSV. See it in Action >
Comprehensive Reports: Use intuitive graphs to keep tabs on your network’s cellular signal strength and WAN quality. See which clients consume the most bandwidth in your network. See it in Action >
GPS Route Signal Quality: Review the route of any vehicle on a GPS map, and see the cellular service quality for any point along the route. Useful for finding and cellular dead spots. See it in Action >
Integrate InControl Information into Your Own App
There are three ways for your device to obtain InControl management:
Warranty:InControl management is included as a part of our warranty services. All devices come with 1-year of free warranty. To continue coverage after the 1-year period, simply purchase extended warranty.
InControl 2 Subscription:1-year and 2-year InControl 2 subscriptions are also available on our online cart for the following devices:
With the purchase of an InControl 2 subscription, These devices can access InControl 2 without the need of a warranty.
Privately Hosting InControl:InControl is hosted at Amazon Web Services in the US. For enterprise deployments that require a privately hosted version of InControl, please contact your certified Peplink Partner.
Use InControl to simplify your network management, saving you time and removing configuration headaches.
How can I register my device with InControl 2? You can register your device by signing up for an InControl 2 account.
I purchased my device through a reseller. Can I register it with InControl 2 or must my reseller register on my behalf? You can register by signing up for an inControl 2 account and adding your devices.
My Device is already registered on the previous version of InControl. Do I need to register it again to use InControl 2? Yes. The new version is completely separate from the old. If you have a large number of devices to migrate, open a ticket with Peplink support. We will do our best to help.
How much does InControl 2 Cost? If your devices are in-warranty running Firmware 6.1 and above (or Firmware 3.4.1 and above for AP One), InControl 2 is free of charge. For out-warranty devices, 1-year and 2-year InControl 2 subscription are also available for selective devices on our online cart. InControl 2 subscription includes access to InControl 2 and firmware upgrades. They do not include warranty protection.
I have added my device, but InControl 2 shows it as offline. It isn’t. What gives? InControl 2 will show an online device as inactive if it is out of warranty and without InControl 2 subscription. If you actually have an InControl 2 subscription, try performing a ping test from your device to ac1.peplink.com. If you succeed, and the device does not appear online on InControl 2, you can reach out to our friendly an active user forums.
What does each of the different user roles mean?
– Dashboard Viewer: These users can only for view the organization dashboard. Useful for publicly accessible accounts.
– Group Viewer: These users can read information for the specified group, but cannot make changes.
– Group Administrator: These users can access the specified group, reading and making changes.
– Organization Viewer: These users can read information for the entire organization, but cannot make changes.
– Organization Administrator: These users can access the entire organization, reading and making changes.
What happens to my data after my InControl 2 subscription expires? Although your device won’t appear online after expiration, you will still be able to access your previous device reports.
How do I configure my firewall such that InControl 2 traffic can make it through? Please enable traffic for udp port 5246 and tcp port 443.
To be managed by InControl 2, all devices must be in-warranty or applied with InControl 2 subscription. Your devices will also need to be running Firmware 6.1 and above (or Firmware 3.4.1 and above for AP One).