SDWAN Solution on VM

Farrukh Khatib Lv1Posted 07 Jun 2022 20:36

Can we use virtual appliace as soft router to establish SDWAN solution on the remote sides.

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In order to build the SDWAN solution, both sides need to have our Sangfor product to establish connection.
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ArsalanAli Lv2Posted 07 Jun 2022 21:48
I think its not possible.
we are using SIEM for remote location
jetjetd Lv5Posted 08 Jun 2022 18:46
I think this is applicable because Sangfor can now be virtualized and act as the same you are having the physical firewall that can do a SDWAN feature.
Mei Ying Lv1Posted 22 Jun 2022 19:14
In order to build the SDWAN solution, both sides need to have our Sangfor product to establish connection.
tanveer Lv2Posted 23 Jun 2022 15:10
Yes, you may use virtual appliance as soft router to established SD WAN. Product may be change on both side but if you have the same product on both sides can less configuration and easy to implement and manage and monitor.
AriKun Lv1Posted 14 Jun 2023 00:41
Nice, it must be specific hardware to do SDWAN.
Farina Ahmed Lv5Posted 19 Jun 2023 17:00
Yes, it is possible to use a virtual appliance as a software router to establish an SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) solution on remote sides. A virtual appliance can provide routing and networking capabilities, allowing you to implement SD-WAN functionality without the need for physical routers.

Here are the general steps to set up an SD-WAN solution using a virtual appliance as a software router:

Choose a virtual appliance: Select a virtual appliance that supports the necessary routing and SD-WAN capabilities. There are various software-defined networking solutions available in the market that offer virtual router functionality, such as Cisco CSR, Juniper vSRX, or VyOS.
Deploy virtual appliances: Create and deploy virtual machines with the chosen virtual router software on your remote sites. Ensure that the virtual appliances are properly configured with appropriate network interfaces and connectivity settings.

Configure SD-WAN functionality: Set up SD-WAN functionality on the virtual appliances. This typically involves configuring routing protocols, VPN tunnels, traffic shaping policies, Quality of Service (QoS), and other SD-WAN features based on your specific requirements.

Establish connectivity between remote sites: Establish secure connectivity between the virtual appliances at the remote sites. This can be achieved through site-to-site VPN tunnels or other secure connectivity methods supported by the virtual router software.

Centralize management and control: Implement a centralized management and control platform to monitor and manage the SD-WAN solution. This can be a dedicated SD-WAN controller or a management software provided by the virtual router vendor.

Monitor and optimize: Continuously monitor the SD-WAN solution's performance, traffic flow, and network health. Make necessary adjustments to optimize the routing, QoS policies, or other parameters based on the network's requirements.

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