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Typical Configuration Examples

SD-WAN V100R018C00

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Configuring Intelligent Traffic Steering for Services

Configuring Intelligent Traffic Steering for Services

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Agile Controller-Campus: V300R003C00

AR: V300R003C00

Networking Requirements

Figure 1-18 shows the SD-WAN networking of Enterprise A. After the tenant administrator has completed the SD-WAN network deployment, the customer requires that key services, including voice, video and telephone services, are preferentially transmitted through MPLS links. To utilize multiple uplinks of a site, as well as improve link reliability and bandwidth efficiency, active and standby links are configured.

Figure 1-18 Enterprise networking

Solution Design

  1. Intelligent traffic steering needs to be enabled at the hub and branch sites to meet customer requirements.
  2. VoIP services can be identified based on application groups. For VoIP services, the active link group consists of MPLS links and the standby link group consists of Internet links. Internet links are preferentially used to transmit other services.

Data Plan

Table 1-60 Application group

Item

Value

Name

test_app_group_VoIP

Description

-

Predefined Applications

VoIP

Custom Applications

-

Table 1-61 Traffic classifier template information

Item

Value

Traffic classifier name

test_traffic_VoIP

test_traffic_service

Source IP

Any

Any

Destination IP

Any

Any

DSCP

-

-

Type

L7

Any

Application

test_app_group_VoIP

-

Table 1-62 Intelligent traffic steering information about the overlay network

Item

Value

Policy name

test_traffic_policy_steering

test_steering_service

Traffic Classifier Template

test_traffic_VoIP

test_traffic_service

Policy Priority

1

2

Switchover Condition

Delay (ms)

50

50

Jitter (ms)

50

50

Packet loss rate (‰)

50

50

Steering Strategy

Primary Transport Network

MPLS

Internet

Secondary Transport Network

Internet

MPLS

Site

Hub1, Site2, and Site3

Hub1, Site2, and Site3

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Agile Controller-Campus as a tenant administrator.
  2. Finish creating sites.
  3. Configure an application group.

    1. Choose Configuration > Application Management.
    2. Click Application Group. On the Application Group page that is displayed, click Create.
    3. Enter the application group information and select the predefined application VoIP.

  4. Configure a traffic classifier template.

    1. Choose Configuration > Traffic Policy.
    2. Click Traffic Classifier Template. Click Create to create a traffic classifier template.
    3. Configure a traffic classification rule.

  5. Configure intelligent traffic steering policies for the overlay networks.

    1. Choose Configuration > Traffic Policy.
    2. Click Traffic Steering. On the Traffic Steering tab page, click Create and configure intelligent traffic steering policies.

    3. On the Traffic Steering tab page, click in the Operation column of the policy. In the Attach Sites dialog box that is displayed, select a site to be bound to the policy. Click and then click OK.

    4. Select the policy to be submitted, click Commit, and select Commit Selected.
    5. In the Commit dialog box that is displayed, set Effective time to Immediately and click OK.

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Updated: 2019-03-04

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