You can manage your Lumen Encrypted Wavelength services in Control Center. Once your service is set up, you need to set the initial passwords for your network cards. From there, you can manage the card passwords, set the authentication key, and update card firmware, and view a log of changes to your service.
For security, you should periodically request firmware updates for the network cards associated with your Encrypted Wavelength service.
You manage the card passwords for your Encrypted Wavelength service according to your organization's security policies. You can use the same password for both cards or different passwords for each card.
Learn how to replace the initial passwords for your cards (set by Lumen). You can use the same password for both cards or different passwords for each card.
For an Encrypted Wavelength service, you can view the history of changes to the cards on your service including when the change was made, who made the change, what type of change was made, what cards were affected by the change, and the status of the change requested.
You can update the shared authentication key for a given card pair as needed (or according to your organization's security policies). The network cards use the authentication key to authenticate each other every time they negotiate a new crypto session key.