SD WAN Policies

Johnfnadez
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SD WAN Policies

Hi I have a MX64 and I wanted no configure SD WAN policies but it does not appear 😞

 

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Does anyone know what happen?

 

Johnny Fernandez
Network & Security Engineer
CCNP | JNCIP-SEC | CMNA
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DarrenOC
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What firmware is your MX running?
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Johnfnadez
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The lastest stable

Johnny Fernandez
Network & Security Engineer
CCNP | JNCIP-SEC | CMNA

I too am seeing this condition.

Latest stable firmware  MX 14.53

We have ~150 MX60/64s

None are showing the SD-WAN policies

Only IP Flow Preferences.

Our standard configuration is to prefer WAN1 and only use WAN2 in a failover mode.

I have tested enabling load-balancing and active-active VPN to see if any change but none.

I do have a pair of MX84 in Asia and they DO have the proper options but are only network I can find that does.

Opened case with Meraki and they are coming up empty initially and continue to research.

OK have solution 

You must have active/active tunnels enable for this to work (thinking about it makes sense otherwise you'd only have single tunnel to use)

We also had a back end change made to our dashboard long ago that disabled active/active regardless of what GUI showed.

Support was able to adjust the override in our dashboard (now that GUI works properly)

After doing that AND enabling active/active VPN and doing a full refresh on page we see VPN flow preferences!

MarkiP
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What in particular are you trying to do?

 

Flow preferences are available if you click "Add a preference".

 

Your traffic shaping rules should be further down the page.

cmr
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Kind of a big deal

If you only have one MX64 in the organization you cannot configure an SD-WAN, you need at least two, one each in separate networks.

Johnfnadez
Building a reputation

Mmm I don´t think so, bc I have customers with just one MX and one branch and they have this option.

 

Regards

Johnny Fernandez
Network & Security Engineer
CCNP | JNCIP-SEC | CMNA
Johnfnadez
Building a reputation

Yes but in this option I just configure L3 rules to prefer the outbound traffic flow.

 

Regards

Johnny Fernandez
Network & Security Engineer
CCNP | JNCIP-SEC | CMNA
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