has configured our Cisco IR800 which is an integrated service router that supports a hypervisor virtualization architecture where you can run an independent user specific operating system on a virtual machine within the router itself. This was important setting to be able to run our automated analytical tasks without the need of an external computer or server for processing of data at the edge. Two networks were created on the router. The network one was a reachable network which can be accessed from any terminal connected to Ethernet port 2. The network 2 was the guest OS reserved network and cannot be accessed from outside, meaning we can reach that network from within the router shell itself. They have also worked on enabling IOS configuration protection and the built-in wireless access point on the router.