DynaGATE 20-30

The DynaGATE 20-30 is an IoT Edge Gateway specifically develop for smart transportation and fleet management. It combines hardware, software and connectivity to bridge the vehicle with leading Cloud services.

GPS Configuration

ESF is configured by default to use the GPSd service provided at Linux level. The user will just need to make sure that the gpsd provider in the ESF PositionService is selected and the selected port corresponds to the firewall configuration. Once the PositionService is enabled, it should be able to pick the position events from the GPSd provider.


The internal modem (Quectel EG-25) provides an additional GPS device. In standard gateway SKUs the antenna for this GPS device is not connected, even if ESF can manage it. So, it must not be enabled using the ESF UI to avoid undesired behaviours.

Ethernet Configuration

The default configuration of the Ethernet interfaces for a DynaGATE 20-30 is the following:

Interface NameGateway LabelStatus
eno1ETH1Enabled for LAN - Static address with DHCP server
enp5s0ETH2Enabled for WAN - DHCP Client

Wireless Configuration

The wireless interface of the DynaGATE 20-30 is the wlp1s0. By default, the interface is disabled.

To set the right Regulatory Domain create or edit the file /etc/modprobe.d/cfg80211.conf
with the following content and then reboot the system.

options cfg80211 ieee80211_regdom=<your regulatory domain>

Firewall Configuration

The default ESF firewall configuration for the the DynaGATE 20-30 is as follows:

PortProtocolPermitted NetworkPermitted Interface Name

Modem Support

ESF natively supports the DynaGATE 20-30 internal modem (Quectel EG-25).

Journald persistence

EL 20.1.0 uses in RAM journal
EL 30.0.0 uses persisted journal

Clock Service

Chrony-advanced option doesn't support NTS.

In EL 30.1.0 Chrony-advanced option supports all the features.