ReliaGATE/DynaGATE/BoltGATE 10-12

The ReliaGATE 10-12, DynaGATE 10-12 and BoltGATE 10-12 are Multi-service IoT Edge Gateways designed to deliver LTE connectivity (with 3G fallback) to industrial and lightly rugged applications.

GPS Configuration

The gateway can be optionally be equipped with an internal GPS device (72 channels GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou). In this case, the modem GPS has to be disabled from the cellular modem configuration tab.

Ethernet Configuration

The default configuration of the Ethernet interfaces is the following:

Interface NameGateway LabelStatus
eth0ETH0Enabled for LAN - Static address with DHCP server
eth1ETH1Enabled for WAN - DHCP Client

Wireless Configuration

The ReliaGATE, DynaGATE and BoltGATE 10-12 have two WiFi interfaces, named respectively wlan0 and wlan1.
By default, wlan0 and wlan1 are disabled.

Firewall Configuration

Following the ESF firewall configuration for all the types of gateway:

PortProtocolPermitted NetworkPermitted Interface Name

Modem Support

The variants from REGATE-10-12-63 to REGATE-10-12-67 have an internal modem, it should be supported by ESF out of the box.

UPS Support

The BoltGATE 10-12 is equipped with a DynaPower UPS. It can be managed using the DynaPower UPS Service in ESF.

Journald persistence

EL 27.0.0 uses in RAM journal
EL 27.1.0 uses persisted journal

Clock Service

Chrony-advanced option in the clock service configuration can be selected and used only in reliagate 10-12 and dynagate 10-12 on EL 27.1.0. NTS is not supported.

Watchdog Service

Once activated, the device RTC watchdog (/dev/watchdog1) keeps counting across a reboot of the operating system and can timeout before ESF start, causing a spurious reboot.
In order to prevent this behaviour, that may be not desired, a specific service unit named watchdog-startup.service may be dropped in the linux image in /lib/systemd/system.

Description=Disable watchdog at boot

ExecStart=/bin/sh -c "printf V > /dev/watchdog1"


This behaviour is, instead, not present if the CPU watchdog (/dev/watchdog0) is used.