Smart Access Gateway (SAG) provides two models of devices. Supported features of each model are listed in the following table. "√" and "×" represent "supported" and "not supported".

Feature Function Description SAG-100WM SAG-1000
Version 1.0 and later Version 2.0 and later Version 1.0 and later Version 2.0 and later
Basic connectivity Static IP addresses on ports Configures static IP addresses on ports.
WAN port PPPoE Accesses the Internet through dial-up connections provided by SAG devices. ×
4G support Accesses the Internet through 4G networks.

Built-in Long Term Evolution (LTE)

Built-in LTE

External LTE

Built-in LTE

Note Supported by specific devices.
LAN ports support Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Newly established private networks automatically obtain IP addresses. ×
Wi-Fi support On-premises devices connect to Alibaba Cloud through Wi-Fi connections. × ×
Static routes Existing private networks connect to Alibaba Cloud through static routing.
OSPF Supports the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol. ×
BGP Supports the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). ×
Internet SNAT Allows private networks to access the Internet when SAG devices are deployed in inline mode. ×
Cross-region access to virtual private clouds (VPCs) Private networks can access VPCs from different regions.
Parameter Zero touch provisioning (ZTP) Supports ZTP in SAG deployment. ×
Deployment modes of SAG devices Inline mode New private networks connect to Alibaba Cloud through SAG devices. All traffic is transmitted through SAG devices. ×
One-arm mode Private networks connect to Alibaba Cloud through SAG devices, without changing the existing network topology.
High availability (HA) Standby network connections provided by SAG devices SAG devices can provide standby network connections for existing leased lines.
Supports active and standby networks: WAN and 4G networks An SAG device uses broadband or 4G networks to access the Internet.

External LTE

Built-in LTE

Active and standby devices The active device is connected to Alibaba Cloud. When the active device is malfunctioning, the standby device takes over. This ensures the high availability of your workloads.
Security VPN encryption Supports encrypted VPN connections.
Access control lists (ACLs) Allows or denies access to the Internet or private networks based on ACL rules. ×
Note Internet ACLs are not supported.
Offline device locking Locks devices that are offline for a long time to prevent theft.
Operations and maintenance Remote restart Restarts a device remotely in the console.
Remote software updates Remotely updates the software version in the console.
Remote logons Logs on to the web console through a secure internal connection.
Traffic query Queries data usage.
Flow log Records inbound and outbound traffic of SAG devices. × ×
QoS policies Distinguishes traffic of different workloads and ensures sufficient bandwidth for high-priority traffic.
Traffic monitoring Device monitoring Checks whether both the active and standby IPsec connections encounter an error.
Connection monitoring Notifications are sent when an SAG device is online.
Health checks
Note The health check feature is disabled by default. To enable this feature, submit a ticket.
Checks the connectivity of connections. × ×