First start

After unpacking, the AG-1621 Debian version is ready to use but requires configuration to adapt required working environment. Depending on the model, It may come pre-installed with dependencies and specific needs.

Power supply

First, connect the power supply according to the diagram. The Gateway is protected against reverse power connection. If the polarity is reversed, the Gateway will not start. Power supply range is 8-36V DC.

PoE

The Gateway can also be powered via PoE in the range of 8-36V using unused pairs of wires in the LAN cable. Below is the pinout of the RJ45 socket for reference.

PIN number Function Remark
1

RX+

Data

2

RX-

Data

3

TX+

Data

4

DC +

Power supply positive

5

DC +

Power supply positive

6

TX-

Data

7

DC -

Power supply negative

8

DC -

Power supply negative


Debian Startup Guide


Access by SSH

To access gateway at first boot, connect gateway to the LAN network and give power. Find its IP by IP scanner tool or use CMD in host system with "arp -a" command ( take reference of gateway MAC ID). Then you need to log in via SSH to the gateway system.
To login using SSH use below command in CMD/terminal of host system.

ssh atreyo@your_gateway_ip

Use credential : user/pass: atreyo/12345

To obtain root rights, type in the terminal:

su -

Use user/pass: root/root

If you intend to use a web interface to manage the gateway, you can install Webmin. A very convenient interface that allows you to fully manage the system. You can find the instructions here.


Partition resize

Once login to gateway using SSH at first check for rootfs size using "df -h" and "lsblk".
If mounted root partition has less size, increase using following command. (use sudo if asked for root privileges')

/usr/sbin/resize2fs -p /dev/mmcblk0p8

Then check the partition size with one of the following commands. If you have the webmin panel installed, the partition size will also appear there after refreshing it.

lsblk
df -H