Specify an SD-WAN zone in static routes and SD-WAN rules

SD-WAN zones can be used in IPv4 and IPv6 static routes, and in SD-WAN service rules. This makes route configuration more flexible, and simplifies SD-WAN rule configuration.

To configure an SD-WAN zone in a static route in the GUI:
  1. Go to Network > Static Routes

  2. Edit an existing static route, or click Create New to create a new route.

  3. Set Interface to one or more SD-WAN zones.

  4. Configure the remaining settings are required.

  5. Click OK.

To configure an SD-WAN zone in a static route in the CLI:
config router {static | static6}
    edit 1
        set sdwan-zone <zone> <zone> ...
    next
end
To configure an SD-WAN zone in an SD-WAN rule in the GUI:
  1. Go to Network > SD-WAN and select the SD-WAN Rules tab

  2. Edit an existing rule, or click Create New to create a new rule.

  3. In the Zone preference field add one or more SD-WAN zones.

  4. Configure the remaining settings are needed.

  5. Click OK.

To configure an SD-WAN zone in an SD-WAN rule in the CLI:
config system sdwan
    config service
        edit 1
            set priority-zone <zone>
        next
    end
end

Examples

In these two examples, three SD-WAN members are created. Two members, port13 and port15, are in the default zone (virtual-wan-link), and the third member, to_FG_B_root, is in the SASE zone.

Example 1