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SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

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SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

hi,

 

i have  branch and HQ connected via MPLS cloud.And now we are moving to SD-WAN .So i am looking for a solution to load sharing the traffic between these sites via MPLS and Internet VPN .I haven't seen any meraki document explains this, instead a solution document for failover from MPLS to auto VPN.Am looking for load sharing between MPLS and Internet.

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Re: SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

The Meraki document is a bit hard to find.

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MX-Z/Site-to-site_VPN/Configuring_Site-to-site_VPN_over_MPLS

 

It's an... "Interesting" topology to say the least.

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Re: SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

hi,

 

thx for the reply.I have gone through this document already.This explains to have a VPN tunnel over the MPLS and internet VPN as fallback.Looks like at any point of time only one link is used.

Am looking for load sharing between MPLS and internet VPN for the same subnets.

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Re: SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

Meraki won't let you load share between MPLS and VPN. So for what you're asking the first step is to get your links to both be VPN (as described in that doc) and once there you can use the VPN policies in the Flow Preferences section under Security appliance --> Configure --> Traffic Shaping to set up the load balancing you want.

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Re: SD-WAN Loadsharing between MPLS and internet VPN

You need to be using AutoVPN over both MPLS and Internet.

 

Then all you do is configuring your flow preferences.  You can send some traffic via MPLS VPN and some via Internet VPN.

https://documentation.meraki.com/MX-Z/Firewall_and_Traffic_Shaping/MX_Load_Balancing_and_Flow_Prefer...

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