Configure an Airwall Gateway with the airsh Setup Wizard

Configure the most common Airwall Gateway setup options using the airsh Setup Wizard.

Supported Versions

2.2.10 and later Airwall Gateways

Supported on these Airwall Edge Services

All Airwall Gateways

Before you begin

Collect the following information to set up your Airwall Gateway:
  • Underlay network information – The protocol (DHCP or static) and type (IPv4 or IPv6) of your underlay network, both wired and Wi-Fi, if enabled. If you are using cell, also your APN (for both modems if you have 2).
  • Conductor address – The IP address or hostname and port for the Airwall Conductor you want this Airwall Gateway to connect to.
  • Wi-Fi information (if enabled) – The authentication type, and SSID (network name) and key for your wireless network.
  • Cellular information (if included) – Your active carrier, preferred access type (3G or 4G), pin code, authentication type (None, PAP, CHAP, PAP/CHAP), username and password (if applicable), IP connection type (default, IPv4, IPv6, IPv4/IPv6) and whether you want to enable or disable roaming.

Set up an Airwall Gateway with the airsh Setup Wizard

  1. Connect a computer or Configure an Airwall Gateway with the airsh Setup Wizard to access it remotely.
  2. Log in to airsh. For information on how, see Airshell (airsh) Command Reference.
  3. At the airsh prompt, enter:
  4. Fill in the information to set up your Airwall Gateway.
  5. When you’re finished, the status page shows the options you’ve selected and whether you are connected to your Wifi or cellular network. You may want to note your underlay IPs.
You can reboot to start using the Airwall Gateway, or go into Diagnostic mode to configure more options.

To troubleshoot connection issues, see Troubleshoot Initial Airwall Gateway connections.