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When will the SD-WAN Smart breakout be implemented?

Is anyone testing it?

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Hi @kn-kimura 

 

not seen this feature as yet. I’m sure you’re aware you require the new SD-WAN license. the feature is also asterisked stating it requires a further license 

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/zGeneral_Administration/Licensing/Meraki_MX_Security_and_SD-WAN_Lic...

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We‘re also eagerly waiting for that feature. It‘s something that other vendors handle since „ages“ and is a showstopper at least in many RFPs regarding SD-WAN. 😞

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Thank you.
I've already purchased a license, but I hope you can implement it soon ^^.

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What is "Smart Breakout"? Is it something kind of secured LBO?

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Yes, it works like a local breakout.

Now you can have traffic controlled based on L3/L4 destination information.

Smart Breakout should be able to let you control traffic based on L7 information.

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>Smart Breakout should be able to let you control traffic based on L7 information.

Thank you kn-kimura for your reply. Let me pls ask some more questions.

- Can Smart Breakout function as true Application Based Routing which watchs HTTP GET and RESPONSE packets?

- Or mere DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) which watchs only 1 packet's L7 header?

- If the former, Can Smart Breakout deal with the 1st packet identification?

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I guessed that this was a feature that allows you to exclude certain applications from the VPN traffic.

I would appreciate the ability to sort out WAN ports (WAN1 or WAN2) from the traffic accessing the Internet directly from my station.

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