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Continuous development of the LANCOM Management Cloud

On this page, we show you what we understand continuous development to be by presenting you the latest highlights from our Cloud development. We regularly integrate new features and functions into the LANCOM Management Cloud to make your work even more efficient. A summary of all of the developments is available in the Release Notes.

SD-WAN performance in focus
(September 11th, 2019)

The LANCOM Management Cloud provides a simple overview of your SD-WAN setup and thus of all VPN connections in a network. For even more control of your SD-WAN, it is now possible to display performance values for a selected VPN connection on the map in addition to a tabular view. This enables end-to-end quality monitoring, e.g. up to VoIP- or application servers in the SD-WAN. The widget ‘Site Interconnection Overview‘ in the WAN / VPN dashboard shows current performance values such as throughput, packet loss, delay, and jitter for all VPN connections.Performance monitoring can be activated in the configuration dialog for each network. The monitoring target for the measurement is also defined there, allowing individual and flexible quality monitoring.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Note: Performance monitoring is supported by all LANCOM VPN Gateways as of LCOS 10.30.n.

Secure Terminal Access - Device access directly from the cloud
(August 19th, 2019)

The LANCOM Management Cloud now provides even more freedom of action. The new highlight feature Secure Terminal Access allows you direct access to the command line of your LANCOM device - securely encrypted and above all without leaving the cloud interface. You are provided with expert functions as well as extensive diagnostic and troubleshooting commands for LCOS-based devices. A practical added value for all system administrators that not only saves time, but above all combines global and individual device management in the LANCOM Management Cloud.

Find more information in our Release Notes.


Note: To use Secure Terminal Access, the devices to be configured currently require the LCOS firmware 10.30 RU1 or higher. Administrator rights are required for use in the LMC. Support of the Secure Terminal Access function for the operating systems LCOS LX and LCOS SX is already in preparation.

SD-WAN application routing
(July 18th, 2019)

With the new SD-WAN application routing feature, you can significantly improve the performance of your cloud-based applications such as Office 365 or Salesforce. These applications are recognized by the LMC and directly routed to the internet (local break-out) without any detours. This not only increases the speed, but also relieves the VPN route to and the WAN connection in the head office.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Two-factor authentication
(July 15th 2019)

With two-factor authentication, you increase the security of your LMC login. In addition to your current access data, another time-based one-time password, according to RFC-6238 using a 160 bit key, is used.

The procedure can be activated individually for each user, you enter the scanned QR code by an authenticator (e. g. Google Authenticator) or manual input with the next login after your previous access data.

You manage this function via your user profile.

If you lose your device, reset your password - this will also disable two-factor authentication.


In one of the next releases we will extend this function to the users of projects.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

What‘s new dialog
(May 10th 2019)

Innovations in the LANCOM Management Cloud are now displayed via a What‘s new dialog. It will be displayed once for each new version and inform you about the most important news. Of course, you can always deactivate or reactivate this dialog.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Location overview of WIFI /LAN Dashboard
(25th April 2019)

The map in the location overview of the WIFI / LAN dashboard shows the online and offline status of the devices of all locations proportionately, instead of marking the entire location as offline when only one device is offline.



Find more information in our Release Notes.


Notification Center released
(March 21th, 2019)

LMC Notification Center

The LMC Notification Center informs you about events in your network. You always have an overview of whether all devices are working correctly and when a malfunction was repaired.

You decide for yourself on which topics you are notified and how often. Further addressees can also be defined, if desired. If there is more than one piece of information on a topic, it is combined into one message.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Complete Auto Updater Support
(December 13th, 2018)

LCOS Auto Updater Ansicht

For LCOS devices with activated Auto Updater an Auto Updater icon is now displayed in the firmware

column of the device table. If there are updates available for one or more devices based on their Auto Updater settings, the user receives a summarizing notification and an optional e-mail about this event. As is usual, the user is made aware of available firmware updates for devices without activated Auto Updater visually in the device table, too. These firmware updates can then be installed manually.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Alerts, that reassure
(November 21th, 2018)

LMC Notification Center

The LANCOM Management Cloud automatically informs you when your system is malfunctioning. The practical notification center helps you keep track of important network events at all times: Be informed on device- and other failures and notice once a problem has been solved. You can individually configure which events are notified to whom at what time. Furthermore, related events are consolidatedly displayed — without the risk of spam.This feature is currently in beta status. More functionality is yet to come.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Security & Compliance Dashboard
(October 29th, 2018)

The new Security & Compliance Dashboard Shows at a glance whether the devices in the network are configured according to corporate security policies. Furthermore, the dashboard keeps you up to date regarding the remaining device warranty and license terms. Intuitive, color-coded status Information makes it easier than ever to meet security and compliance requirements in cloud-managed infrastructures.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Bulk import: Time savings on a large scale
(October 15th, 2018)

In large-scale scenarios, the creation of sites, the allocation of networks or the addition of new devices

can be laborious. Instead, prepare your large scenario with a spreadsheet program and import the information via CSV into the LANCOM Management Cloud.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Searching, sorting, and filtering in lists
(September 19th, 2018)

You are managing multi-site projects? As a Managed Services Provider, you are managing a big amount

of projects? The new functions for page-spanning sorting and filtering in lists make it easier and much

more comfortable to find the desired entry.

This convenient function is available for site-, user-, and project lists.


Find more information in our Release Notes.

Efficient troubleshooting with extended monitoring functionalities
(August 13th, 2018)

Problems in the network? With the extended monitoring functionalities you can now examine them even more precisely and more intuitively: Simply draw and select with the mouse cursor the desired spot in the history graphs for zooming in. From the individual device monitoring you can also retrieve the time span under examination (e.g. Friday evening to Monday morning) from the new user-defined time span selection. This way you keep in control of everything that happened in your network up to one week in the past.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Focus your project
(June 18th, 2018)

Do you focus exclusively on particular LANCOM products? For example, you operate Wi-Fi compo-nents only? Then you can focus your project in the LANCOM Management Cloud exclusively on this group of products. You activate only those subareas of the software-defined applications that you need for that particular project. There is no need to enter unnecessary information, such as the VPN configuration.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Automated VPN configuration for redundant central-site VPN gateways
(May 8th, 2018)

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Multi-site VPN infrastructures at numerous different locations demand that the central site offers supremely stable networks and high bandwidths. Consequently, one central VPN gateway alone is often not enough: If a gateway fails, all network activity goes down with it. This makes it well worthwhile to use not just one central VPN gateway, but several of them in a cluster. In conventional networks, adding one more gateway means that IT admins face twice the effort to configure the VPN tunnels on all of the deployed devices. The LANCOM Management Cloud enables you to create multiple, redundant central-site VPN gateways with just a few clicks. Thanks to SD-WAN, the otherwise extremely time-consuming configuration and rollout of the VPN tunnels between all of the VPN endpoints is now completely automatic.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Monitoring tools
(March 20th, 2018)

Those who set up complex networks with feature-rich Hardware really need one thing: clear and quickly available information. A look should suffice to make sure that all devices work exactly the way you want.

In the LANCOM Management Cloud, you can find useful tables that provide you with clear and simple information, without any complex queries, to any desired device. For example, you can view tables of WAN links, DHCP clients, and services used, in the monitoring interface of your devices (e.g. SSH, HTTP, SNMPv2).

Find more information in our Release Notes.

LMC Config Sync
(February 13th, 2018)

The LANCOM Management Cloud radically simplifies the work required to setup your overall network infrastructure. At the same time, you may need to carry out detailed configurations of individual devices by means of other configuration tools, such as LANconfig, WEBconfig or the CLI. This affects no end of situations; whether you are setting up a complex VoIP infrastructure by means of a LANconfig wizard, or a site-specific hotspot user management. These adjustments on the individual devices are now detected by the LANCOM Management Cloud. You can specify whether the LMC automatically adopts these configurations, detects and logs them, or immediately resets them on the device.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Wi-Fi Hotspot
(January 29th, 2018)

Guests, customers, and business partners want uncomplicated Wi-Fi access, but in reality they often have to go through a complicated registration procedure. On the other hand, there is an IT admin who wants to set up a secure WLAN network while creating an appealing login page. With the LANCOM Management Cloud, these tasks are easy as never before. Simple customizing makes your Wi-Fi hotspot unique – in seconds. Auto-trim will instantly upload your own images in the right format. See in the preview whether the login mask corresponds to your wishes and add individual welcome texts. The guest access can be securely separated from other networks at a mouse click. As hotspot access methods, a 1-click login as well as the authentication via username/password combination for all users are supported.

Find more information in ourRelease Notes.

Link Layer Detection Protocol and SD-LAN
(November 29th, 2017)

For us, it as absolutely essential to develop practical tools that help you to streamline your workflow. So not only can switch ports be given a name manually, they can also be labeled fully automatically with the help of the Link Layer Detection Protocol. The LMC activates LLDP on every managed LANCOM access point, router, and switch and uses the information gained to label the switch ports automatically.

Another innovative implementation: With SD-LAN you distribute the desired networks globally to the specified ports on all of the switches in your project. With this basic VLAN configuration in place, you can then customize the settings for individual devices or entire projects. A graphic, colored representation of your networks is a further help. And you have the best possible overview as the devices connected to the ports are displayed in plain text. This functions can be reached via Project > Devices > “<Your device>” > Overview.

Find more information in our Release Notes.

Custom fields – individualize your Cloud
(October 10th, 2017)

Clarity and easy operability are core characteristics of the LANCOM Management Cloud. Customers can specify their own, company-specific properties and use these to store custom information. Freely definable text fields optionally contain customer IDs, contact persons, project status, and much more. They can be specifically defined for an overview of the organization or for the various project views. You are the master of your cloud.

These settings are available under “Organization / Project”> “Management” > “Properties”.

More about the improvements and further information is available in ourRelease Notes.

Floor plans & location filters
(September 12th, 2017)

A great overview for convenient troubleshooting: Upload floor plans for your individual locations and you can position your devices for realistic results (“Locations > Floor plan”). You see an approximation of the signal coverage provided by the Wi-Fi devices, including channel load and reception quality (dashboard “Wi-Fi / LAN”). In an instant you will understand the coverage at your site and get an accurate impression of the load and quality of the wireless network. One useful feature: If necessary, you can instantly change the Wi-Fi channels used by the devices after positioning them. The dashboard also contains a location filter. This feature offers a drop-down menu in the map view, which filters the network information by location.

For more information about these and other innovations, see theRelease Notes.

Active Radio Control goes Cloud
(August 4th, 2017)

An important component for best possible LANCOM WLAN is our Active Radio Control (ARC), a Wi-Fi optimization concept that intelligently combines well-matched features to sustainably improve the performance of your wireless network. Two top ARC functions are now also available with the LANCOM Management Cloud:

Band Steering

Optimized load balancing throughout the Wi-Fi by actively redirecting clients to the less congested and higher performance 5-GHz frequency band


Adaptive RF Optimization

For improved Wi-Fi robustness by dynamically selecting the best Wi-Fi channel in an ever-changing radio field.

More about ARC and the other useful new features is available in the Release Notes.

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