SD WAN vpn path

ilham Lv1Posted 18 Sep 2023 15:01

Hello fellas,

we want migrate an existing link in our branch, it is possible with vpn path in BBC ?

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Farina Ahmed Lv4Posted 25 Sep 2023 13:15
To migrate an existing link in your branch office using a VPN, you'll need to assess your current network setup and the reasons for the migration. Choose an appropriate VPN solution, configure it securely, and thoroughly test it to ensure it meets your performance and security requirements. During the migration, plan a maintenance window for minimal downtime, switch to the new VPN link, and monitor its performance post-migration. Proper documentation and consultation with your IT team are essential for a smooth transition.
ArsalanAli Lv2Posted 25 Sep 2023 15:40
Yes It is possible in SD WAN

1.Open Central manager.
2.Go to the VPN Tab,
3.Select the VPN path selection , here you can create the template, to deploy it on your site
4. Click Push down button to import these setting
MTR Lv2Posted 26 Sep 2023 00:13
If you're looking to migrate an existing network link in your branch, you'll need to work with your network infrastructure and possibly configure or reconfigure VPN settings if that's relevant to your network setup.
JunaidKhan Lv1Posted 26 Sep 2023 14:28
Short question: When using SD-WAN for multiple ISPs, is there a way to leverage the SD-WAN interface for VPNs? (Instead of selecting each physical interface for VPNs)
Long version: When our clients have a few sites with 2 ISPs each, setting up all the tunnels becomes a burden. In my experience the best way to ensure everything works solidly is to manually setup multiple tunnels.
The following diagram shows a common scenario. Sites 1 and 2 are larger sites that have redundant internet connections, site 3 is smaller and will get a second connection when the business requires it (we always use SD-WAN even on single links so that it's easy to grow).

Currently we are manually setting up multiple tunnels. We then put all the tunnels into the same zone and use the zone to apply a common set of policies to all the tunnels. Depending on the needs we will sometimes use OSPF, but more commonly we just use equal-cost routes. As I mentioned before this takes a lot of time to setup properly!
If we could leveraging the SD-WAN interface for the VPN the setup would be greatly simplified. Is there a way to use the SD-WAN virtual interface for a VPN, instead of choosing the physical interface?
Zonger Lv3Posted 26 Sep 2023 19:05
Yes, it is possible to migrate an existing link in your branch using VPN path in BBC (Borderless Campus Connectivity).

BBC provides the capability to establish secure and encrypted VPN connections between different branches of an organization, allowing for seamless communication and data transfer.
RegiBoy Lv5Posted 28 Sep 2023 15:22
Yes it is possible to to migrate an existing link using BBC
NeTSec Lv3Posted 28 Sep 2023 15:23
You must evaluate your present network configuration and the motivations for the migration before you may migrate an existing link in your branch office utilizing a VPN. Select the best VPN solution for your needs, secure its configuration, and thoroughly test it to make sure it satisfies your performance and security demands.
MISMIS Lv3Posted 28 Sep 2023 15:25
Yes you can by using the link BBC
Noah19 Lv3Posted 28 Sep 2023 15:26
Yes,  it is feasible.

1. Launch the Central Manager.
2. Select the VPN Tab.
3. Choose the VPN route option; from here, create a template and deploy it to your site.
4. To import these settings, use the Push down button.

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