Lumeo-Ready gateways make it easy to setup a device in the field to process video analytics. They:
- come with a web interface for easy configuration
- can be discovered using MDNS or Windows Explorer so you can easily find their IP address
- can be linked to your Lumeo account using the workspace ID and token
- can run checks to ensure Lumeo cloud services are reachable from the local network
- support one-click setup of Tailscale and AllXON for remote management
- support automatic updates so you are always running the latest Lumeo Gateway software
Just plug in the device, configure it to connect to Lumeo and you are ready to deploy analytics to it!
Lumeo-Ready gateways ship with a web interface that make it easy to configure device IP addresses and link it to your Lumeo account. Once linked, the device can then be managed from Lumeo Console. Follow these steps to setup your Lumeo-ready Gateway device.
- Power on and plug in the Lumeo Gateway into your network. Ensure your network allows for DHCP assignments.
- Discover the Lumeo Gateway device via Windows Explorer (Windows 10 or newer) or MDNS (aka Zeroconf) Browser on a separate laptop or tablet. Alternatively, skip ahead if you know the IP address of the device.
- Navigate to the management interface using a web browser, and create a device-specific password. This is separate from your Lumeo account password, and is used just to manage the device.
Note: You will need to accept the browser warning since device uses self-signed certificates.
- Log in to the Lumeo Console and generate a Gateway token to link the Gateway to your Lumeo account in the cloud.
- Head to the device web interface -> Gateway section. Click on Connect to Lumeo Workspace, and provide the workspace ID and token you copied from the Console.
- You are now ready to setup cameras and deploy analytics to this device from the Lumeo Console. If you need to configure the dual NICs on the device or set is up for remote access, see Additional Settings section below.
- Local user (for SSH and terminal) login is enabled, but devices ship with X server (GUI) disabled. You can change local user credentials via the web interface. The default credentials will be provided on a card included with your device.
- The Web interface uses a separate account which can be created only once on a new device. If you forget it's password, see Troubleshooting section below for reset instructions.
You need these instructions only after you set the device password. If you haven't yet set the device password using the web interface, head over to Getting Started section above to complete the initial setup.
The device-specific web account can be reset by running the following command on a SSH or local login prompt on the device:
bash <(wget -qO- https://link.lumeo.com/wgm-pw-reset)
Lumeo-Ready Jetson devices come with X server disabled to maximize memory available for processing video streams. Since the configuration and management is performed via the web interface and Lumeo Console, this is an acceptable configuration for most use cases.
When X (GUI) is disabled, a "text" mode should be available when you plug them into a local display and keyboard. However, due to a Nvidia bug, Orin devices do not support the "text" display mode and will not render a display.
You can use the web interface to turn on the X server if you need access to it.
Updated 4 days ago