Viptela provides a compelling SD-WAN solution with advanced routing, segmentation and security capabilities for interconnecting complex enterprise networks. Its cloud-based network management, orchestration and overlay technologies make it easy to deploy and manage SD-WAN.
Scenario 1 – An overview of the SD-WAN vManage dashboard and discussion around Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) capability. Branch site routers, with design best practices, can easily be provisioned by leveraging automation through zero touch provisioning and centralized configuration. Centralized configuration utilizes the templates that can be pre-configured before device deployment
Scenario 2 – Use the Hybrid WAN connectivity over multiple WAN transport connections. Show connectivity could be established over any kind of transport, application steering over any transport. Using IP as transport to create flexible data plane topologies from full-mesh to Hub-n-Spoke to any arbitrary topologies
Scenario 3 – Demonstrate business defined insertion of services (FW, IPS, IDS, etc) utilizing centralized policies. Flexible architecture where services can be deployed in any of the site(s) irrespective of the physical topology. Simple policy activation can make selected applications and sites to go through the required service
Scenario 4 – Show the simplicity of using application firewalling policies centrally. Various applications and/or flows would not be allowed between sites. Simple centralized policy activation would enforce such policies to any site on the overlay
Scenario 5 - Use the Application aware routing along with arbitrary topology networking to show the business policy driven view of application classification, connectivity and QoS provisioning. Discuss Application Performance settings while highlighting the ability of the network to dynamically switch paths to preserve a consistent application experience
Scenario 6 – Policy driven Data Center preferences for different branches. A subset of branches could prefer one Data Center over the other as a regional Internet exit
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Hi there, please move if in wrong forumI have a single switch (Switch1 10.10.6.10) with three VLANS (VLAN200, VLAN300 and VLAN400)I want to add two switches for more ports (Switch2 10.10.6.20 and Switch3 10.10.6.30) so all three switches have all three VL...
I have a Cisco Catalyst 3560-CX switch and an RV320 router.I am trying to configure my router only for VPN and the switch in layer 3, I have 3 Vlan: Vlan 2 (wireless data), vlan 3 (VoIP server) and Vlan 4 (NAS and web server), but I still can't ping with ...