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Define an SD-WAN member

An SD-WAN link member is a target with a priority and weight clearly specified.

Use the following commands to define a link member.

CLI command

Description

set target

Specify the target to which traffic is forwarded.

set priority

Specify the priority of the link member. The valid value range is 1—7.

set weight

Specify the weight of the member.

set health-check

Specify the link health check of the VWAN.

set health-check-fail-threshold

Specify the number of consecutive failed probes before the member is considered dead.

Notes: The valid value range is 1—10; the default is 5.

set health-check-success-threshold

Specify the number of consecutive successful probes before the member is considered alive.

Note: The valid value range is 1—10; the default is 5.

Example SD-WAN member configurations:

The following example shows the configuration for two members (tunnel0 and tunnel1) on top of interfaces fcs-0-phase-1 and fcs-1-phase-1, respectively, and prefixed with a target. The same can be attained over any available interface type.

config system vwan_member
    edit tunnel0
        set target target.fcs-0-phase-1
        set priority 1
        set weight 1
        set in-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set out-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set total-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set health-check vwchk1
        set health-check-fail-threshold 5
        set health-check-success-threshold 5
    next
    edit tunnel1
        set target target.fcs-1-phase-1
        set priority 1
        set weight 1
        set in-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set out-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set total-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set health-check vwchk2
        set health-check-fail-threshold 5
        set health-check-success-threshold 5
    next
end

Define an SD-WAN member

An SD-WAN link member is a target with a priority and weight clearly specified.

Use the following commands to define a link member.

CLI command

Description

set target

Specify the target to which traffic is forwarded.

set priority

Specify the priority of the link member. The valid value range is 1—7.

set weight

Specify the weight of the member.

set health-check

Specify the link health check of the VWAN.

set health-check-fail-threshold

Specify the number of consecutive failed probes before the member is considered dead.

Notes: The valid value range is 1—10; the default is 5.

set health-check-success-threshold

Specify the number of consecutive successful probes before the member is considered alive.

Note: The valid value range is 1—10; the default is 5.

Example SD-WAN member configurations:

The following example shows the configuration for two members (tunnel0 and tunnel1) on top of interfaces fcs-0-phase-1 and fcs-1-phase-1, respectively, and prefixed with a target. The same can be attained over any available interface type.

config system vwan_member
    edit tunnel0
        set target target.fcs-0-phase-1
        set priority 1
        set weight 1
        set in-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set out-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set total-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set health-check vwchk1
        set health-check-fail-threshold 5
        set health-check-success-threshold 5
    next
    edit tunnel1
        set target target.fcs-1-phase-1
        set priority 1
        set weight 1
        set in-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set out-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set total-bandwidth-threshold 0
        set health-check vwchk2
        set health-check-fail-threshold 5
        set health-check-success-threshold 5
    next
end