Fortinet Teltonika CTU Install / Preconfig Guide

Modified on Sat, 04 Mar 2023 at 05:49 PM

Teltonika CTU Install Guide

This is the CTU Install Guide when preconfiguring the Teltonika for shipment as a Fortinet cellular backup device

Step 1: Logging In

Plug in the power cable then plug in the ethernet cable into the lan port on the Teltonika.

Username: admin

Password: admin01


When first logging into the Teltonika the default gateway will be with DHCP enabled. The Username is admin and password is admin01.

Step 2: Password and Firmware

Upon first logging in you will be prompted to change the password.

Set the password to ZAQ!2wsx

NOTE: this will be the default password for all deployed Teltonikas

You will then be prompted with the setup wizard, you can skip the wizard and go straight to checking the firmware. 

In the top right make sure you are on the correct firmware RUT2_R_00.07.02.7

If you are not on the correct firmware:

Select System > Firmware

Go to ‘Flash New Firmware Image’ section

Set ‘Update From’ to File

Toggle ‘Keep settings’ on, so that the password stays the same

Browse to S:\IT-Collaboration\Departments and Teams\NDS\Alex\teltonika

Upload RUT2_R_00.07.02.7_WEBUI.bin

NOTE: firmware file is also located on google drive at Secure Edge Network (Rigel) Documents > Knowledge Base > Teltonika > Files > RUT2_R_00.07.02.7_WEBUI.bin

Once uploaded the Teltonika will ask to confirm the new firmware. Select Proceed and wait 5 minutes while it updates its firmware.

Step 3: Configuration

Once the firmware is up to date we will upload the correct configuration. 

Select System > Backup

Go to Restore Configuration and Select Browse. 

Navigate to S:\IT-Collaboration\Departments and Teams\NDS\Alex\teltonika


NOTE: configuration file  is also located on google drive at Secure Edge Network (Rigel) Documents > Knowledge Base > Teltonika > Files >

NOTE: This configuration  will change the default network to, turn off wifi, and turn off DHCP. 

Step 4: Confirm Changes

Once  this is done login with the new IP and confirm that DHCP is turned off under LAN.


NOTE: If the login page does not load, try to SSH into the device using the username root with the same password that you set, I have had this happen once and upon SSHing into the device the GUI started to work again.

Once logged in, check and make sure the correct settings are set. Network > lan and confirm the IP is and Protocol is static.

Next select network > wireless and make sure status says disabled. 

You are now done, the device should be ready to ship.

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