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Typical Configuration Examples

SD-WAN V100R018C00

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Single-Hub and Single-CPE Networking with Layer 3 MPLS and Internet Uplinks

Single-Hub and Single-CPE Networking with Layer 3 MPLS and Internet Uplinks

Related Products

Agile Controller-Campus: V300R003C00

AR: V300R003C00

Networking Requirements

Enterprise A is a small-sized enterprise with a headquarters and several branches. An SD-WAN network needs to be constructed to replace the traditional enterprise network, and the available WAN links are Layer 3 MPLS links and Internet links. However, some branches can only use the traditional enterprise network where WAN-side links are MPLS links. As a result, these sites cannot be integrated into the SD-WAN network.

Solution Design

Figure 1-2 Enterprise networking

Based on customer requirements and the networking plan, perform the following tasks:

  1. Create an SD-WAN network with one hub site and multiple branch sites. The following example creates an SD-WAN network with two branch sites, Site2 and Site3. The legacy site, Site1, is not managed by the Agile Controller-Campus. Therefore, it does not need to be created on the Agile Controller-Campus.
  2. At the hub site, Site2 and Site3, one CPE is deployed as the gateway. Each CPE connects to the MPLS network and the Internet each through one WAN link. The Internet link at Site2 obtains a dynamic IP address through Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), whereas other links are configured with static IP addresses.
  3. The Network Time Protocol (NTP) clock synchronization mechanism is used to synchronize clocks on devices. The hub site has NTP clock synchronization configured to synchronize its clock with that of the NTP server, whereas branch sites synchronize their clocks with that of the hub site.

Data Plan

Table 1-2 Tenant information

Item

Value

Tenant Name

TenantA

Account

TenantA@test.com

Password

PassA@1234

Table 1-3 Global network parameters

Item

Value

Transport Network

MPLS

Internet

Routing Domain

MPLS

Internet

IPSec Encryption

OFF

ON

Encryption algorithm

AES256

Pre-shared key

Generate

URL encryption key

123456

Token validity period (day)

7

AS number

65001

Network scale (based CPEs)

500

IP pool

10.200.0.0/16

DNS Server IP

8.8.8.8

Table 1-4 Information about devices

Device ESN

Device Name

Device Model

2102114484P0GC000030

Hub1_1

AR3670

2102351BTJ10H1000020

Site2_1

AR161EW

2102351BTJ10H1000021

Site3_1

AR161EW

Table 1-5 Site template

Item

Value

Template name

Hub

Branch

Description

-

-

Gateway

Single Gateway

Single Gateway

WAN Link

Name

MPLS

Internet

MPLS

Internet

Device

Device1

Device1

Device1

Device1

Interface

GE3/0/0

GE3/0/1

GE0/0/0

GE0/0/4

Transport Network

MPLS

Internet

MPLS

Internet

Role

Active

Active

Active

Active

Table 1-6 ZTP configurations at sites

Item

Value

Site

Hub1

Site2

Site3

Site template

Hub

Branch

Branch

Link name

MPLS

Internet

MPLS

Internet

MPLS

Internet

Interface protocol

IPoE

IPoE

IPoE

PPPoE

IPoE

IPoE

IP address access mode

Static

Static

Static

-

Static

Static

IP address/Subnet mask

172.16.1.1/30

10.100.1.1/30

172.16.1.9/30

-

172.16.1.13/30

10.100.2.1/30

Default gateway

172.16.1.2

10.100.1.2

172.16.1.10

-

172.16.1.14

10.100.2.2

PPPoE User name

-

-

-

user@web.com

-

-

PPPoE Password

-

-

-

Pass1234

-

-

Public IP

172.16.1.1

10.100.1.1

-

-

-

-

Negotiation mode

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Uplink bandwidth (Mbps)

100

100

100

100

100

100

Downlink bandwidth (Mbps)

100

100

100

100

100

100

Table 1-7 NTP information at hub site

Item

Value

Time zone

(UTC+08:00)Beijing,Chongqing,Hong Kong,Urumqi

NTP authentication

ON

Authentication password

ntp123

Authentication key id

456789

NTP client mode

Manual Configuration

Device

Hub1_1

Hub1_1

WAN Link

MPLS

Internet

NTP Server Address

10.10.1.1

10.10.1.1

Authentication

OFF

OFF

Table 1-8 NTP information about branch sites

Item

Value

Time zone

(UTC+08:00)Beijing,Chongqing,Hong Kong,Urumqi

NTP authentication

OFF

NTP client mode

Automatic Synchronization with Parent Node

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Agile Controller-Campus as a tenant administrator.
  2. Set global network parameters.

    1. Choose Configuration > Global Parameters.
    2. Retain the system defaults MPLS and Internet for the transport network. No additional configuration is required.
    3. Set IPSec encryption parameters.

      Select Encryption algorithm and click Generate. A PSK is generated.

    4. Configure device activation security.

      Enter a URL encryption key, and set Token validity period.

    5. Click Apply Changes.
    6. Click Virtual Network. The Virtual Network page is displayed.
    7. Configure a route.

      Enter the AS number of the BGP route. The default value is 65001.

    8. Select the number of sites and add an address pool.

    9. Add the DNS server IP address.

    10. Click Apply Changes.

  3. Add devices in batches based on ESNs.

    1. Choose Device Management > Device List. The Device List page is displayed.
    2. Click Add Device and set Addition method to Batch import.
    3. Click Template to download the template file.
    4. Fill in the template with required information and save the file.
    5. Click , select the configured template file, and click Upload.
    6. Confirm the imported data, select the data to be created for CPEs, and click OK.

  4. Create two site templates, one for the hub site, and one for the branch sites separately.

    1. Choose Configuration > Site > Template. On the Site Template page that is displayed, click Create.
    2. Enter the template information and click OK.
    • Hub site template

    • Branch site template

  5. Create a hub site and two branch sites.

    1. Choose Configuration > Site.
    2. On the Site page that is displayed, click Create. Set Creation mode to Single.
    3. Enter the site information, and select the site template configured in the previous step. For a branch site, you need to select the hub site to which it connects.
    4. Under Add Device, select the devices added in the previous step.
    5. Click OK.
    • Hub site

    • Branch sites

  6. Configure ZTP for sites.

    1. Configure WAN links for the hub site.
      1. Choose Configuration > Site > ZTP Configuration. The ZTP Configuration page is displayed.
      2. In the Not Activated list, click the created site. The WAN Link page displays link information.
      3. Click in the Operation column.
      4. In the Set WAN Link dialog box that is displayed, configure WAN link parameters of the site.
      5. Click Apply Changes to complete the WAN link configuration.

    2. Configure NTP for the hub site.
      1. Click NTP.
      2. On the NTP page that is displayed, select a time zone. Enter the NTP information and click Apply Changes to complete the NTP configuration.

    3. Configure WAN links for the branch sites.

      Perform the same operations as those for the hub sites to configure WAN link parameters for the branch sites and click Apply Changes.

      • WAN link configuration for Site2

      • WAN link configuration for Site3

    4. Configure NTP for the branch sites.
      1. On the NTP page that is displayed, select a time zone.
      2. Set NTP client mode to Automatic Synchronization with Parent Node.
      3. Click Apply Changes.

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