To exchange relevant data with your roaming partners, you need to establish a roaming connection. You need to create roaming connections based on the services you are offering within the agreement.

  • If you act as a CPO, establish a connection as a CPO.
  • If you act as an eMSP, establish a connection as an eMSP.
  • If you act as a CPO and eMSP, establish a connection as a CPO and as an eMSP.

Depending on whether your roaming partner is a CPO or eMSP, your roaming partner's data appears under Whitelisted cards or Locations after you have created a connection and a handshake has taken place.

Create a roaming connection as an eMSP

CPO has provided a token and URL

  1. Go to Roaming → Connections.
  2. Click the + icon to the bottom right of the screen.
  3. In the Details form, provide the following information:
    • Name this connection by providing a reference. This is particularly useful to state the type of connection you have with your partner, e.g. "CPO tenant" to quickly identify that the roaming partner is a CPO.
    • Select I am the MSP.
    • Select Yes under Has your partner provided a token and URL?
  4. Click Next.
  5. Enter your roaming partner's token and URL in the applicable fields.
  6. Click Complete.

CPO has not provided a token and URL

  1. Go to Roaming → Connections.
  2. Click the + icon to the bottom right of the screen.
  3. In the Details form, provide the following information:
    • Name this connection by providing a reference. This is particularly useful to state the type of connection you have with your partner, e.g. "CPO tenant" to quickly identify that the roaming partner is a CPO.
    • Select I am the MSP.
    • Select No under Has your partner provided a token and URL?
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click Copy next to your Token and URL and send these to your roaming partner so that they can establish a handshake.
  6. Click Complete.

Create a roaming connection as a CPO

eMSP has provided a token and URL

  1. Go to Roaming → Connections.
  2. Click the + icon to the bottom right of the screen.
  3. In the Details form, provide the following information:
    • Name this connection by providing a reference. This is particularly useful to state the type of connection you have with your partner, e.g. "CPO tenant" to quickly identify that the roaming partner is a CPO.
    • Select I am the CPO.
    • Select Yes under Has your partner provided a token and URL?
  4. Click Next.
  5. Enter your roaming partner's token and URL in the applicable fields.
  6. Click Complete.

eMSP has not provided a token and URL

  1. Go to Roaming → Connections.
  2. Click the + icon to the bottom right of the screen.
  3. In the Details form, provide the following information:
    • Name this connection by providing a reference. This is particularly useful to state the type of connection you have with your partner, e.g. "CPO tenant" to quickly identify that the roaming partner is a CPO.
    • Select I am the CPO.
    • Select No under Has your partner provided a token and URL?
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click Copy next to your Token and URL and send these to your roaming partner so that they can establish a handshake.
  6. Click Complete.