SD-WAN zones

SD-WAN is divided into zones. SD-WAN member interfaces are assigned to zones, and zones are used in policies, static routes, and SD-WAN rules.

You can define multiple zones to group SD-WAN interfaces together, allowing logical groupings for overlay and underlay interfaces. Zones are used in firewall policies, as source and destination interfaces, to allow for more granular control. SD-WAN members cannot be used directly in policies.

SD-WAN zones and members can both be used in IPv4 and IPv6 static routes to make route configuration more flexible, and in SD-WAN rules to simplify the rule configuration. See Specify an SD-WAN zone in static routes and SD-WAN rules for more information.

Caution

In the CLI:

  • config system sdwan has replaced config system virtual-wan-link.
  • diagnose sys sdwan has replaced diagnose sys virtual-wan-link.
  • When configuring a static route, the sdwan-zone variable has replaced the sdwan variable.