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Hi All,    I would like to know how vManage Cluter is working. for Example :  I have 6,000 vEdges and 3 vManages . As far as I know a vManage can handle only 2000 maximum per vManage instance. So, Each vManage handle 2,000 vEdges. Can we see all vEdg...

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This is regarding DIA access for SAAS applications from the below URL.https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/collateral/cloud/guide-c07-741223.htmlAs prerequisite they have mentioned the below.Query:- Its mentioned that 1st couple of packets of a fl...

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HiPlease help me in understanding the below points.1) For a network setup for nearly 40 ~ 45 branches what is the recommended practice for placement of the below components.  a) vBond - Cloud or On premises  b) vManage - Cloud or On premises  c) vSma...

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I have the below query on security on SD-WANTo achieve local breakout for O365 traffic it is required to have default route in vEdge devices so that any traffic destined to O365 will go via local internet.Since default route is open from branch side ...

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I have the below queries regarding achieving local internet breakout for O365 traffic via SD-WAN using DPIMy understanding for this as below.1) SD-WAN should have default route to Internet (VPN0)2) NAT should be enabled.3) DPI should be enabled for O...

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I wonder what happens if for instance someone will configure vEdge mngmt port in VPN512 as shutdown? If the device is in a "vManaged mode" how can it be unlocked? Is there any mechanism preventing the devices to be totally lost to controllers? Thanks...

I have the below routes in my L3 device which is connected behind Cisco SD-WAN router (DC side)The network 192.168.150.0 belongs to the branch network which is learnt as OMP in Cisco SD-WAN router.But on the L3 switch device behind the SD-WAN router ...

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