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Sd-WAN max Wan Interfaces

Hi Guys, 

I have a project about Sd-WAN, some branches have 2 internet connections and 1 mpls.  Will this 3 Wan connection scenario is possible to deploy? What are the maximum Wan connections for Cisco Sd-WAN?

 

Thanks in advance. 

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Hi,

 

Your posted scenario is definitely supported. Up to 8 TLOCs are supported in Cisco SD-WAN. There is no fixed "WAN" interface that you need to plug in the cable on the vEdge or cEdge, any physical port on the device can be configured as a WAN interface. WAN can also be configured on a sub-interface (VLAN-tagged).

 

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Hi,

 

Your posted scenario is definitely supported. Up to 8 TLOCs are supported in Cisco SD-WAN. There is no fixed "WAN" interface that you need to plug in the cable on the vEdge or cEdge, any physical port on the device can be configured as a WAN interface. WAN can also be configured on a sub-interface (VLAN-tagged).

 

Refer to further explanation here.

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