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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

SD-WAN

The SD-WAN pane allows you to configure and manage SD-WAN networks on FortiGate devices that are managed by FortiManager. You can use the SD-WAN pane for the following modes of management:

The tree menu available on the SD-WAN pane depends on whether you have central management or per-device management enabled. When per-device management is enabled, the SD-WAN pane includes the following tree menu options:

SD-WAN

Create, view, edit, and delete SD-WAN configurations on a device.

Monitor

Monitor the SD-WAN network.

When central management is enabled, the SD-WAN pane includes the following tree menu options:

SD-WAN Template

Create, view, edit, and delete templates of SD-WAN configurations that you can assign to one or more devices.

Interface Members

Create, view, edit, and delete interface members. After interface members are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

Health-Check Servers

Create, view, edit, and delete WAN detection servers. After health-check servers are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

BGP Neighbors

Create, view, edit, and delete WAN BGP neighbors. After BGP neighbors are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

Monitor

Monitor the SD-WAN network.

Before FortiManager 6.4.1, you could use SD-WAN interface members directly in a policy. After upgrading to FortiManager 6.4.1, SD-WAN interface members are automatically upgraded to zones. Upgraded SD-WAN members are named upg-zone-<interface-name>, and they replace interfaces in policies.

SD-WAN

The SD-WAN pane allows you to configure and manage SD-WAN networks on FortiGate devices that are managed by FortiManager. You can use the SD-WAN pane for the following modes of management:

The tree menu available on the SD-WAN pane depends on whether you have central management or per-device management enabled. When per-device management is enabled, the SD-WAN pane includes the following tree menu options:

SD-WAN

Create, view, edit, and delete SD-WAN configurations on a device.

Monitor

Monitor the SD-WAN network.

When central management is enabled, the SD-WAN pane includes the following tree menu options:

SD-WAN Template

Create, view, edit, and delete templates of SD-WAN configurations that you can assign to one or more devices.

Interface Members

Create, view, edit, and delete interface members. After interface members are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

Health-Check Servers

Create, view, edit, and delete WAN detection servers. After health-check servers are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

BGP Neighbors

Create, view, edit, and delete WAN BGP neighbors. After BGP neighbors are created, you can select them in SD-WAN templates.

Monitor

Monitor the SD-WAN network.

Before FortiManager 6.4.1, you could use SD-WAN interface members directly in a policy. After upgrading to FortiManager 6.4.1, SD-WAN interface members are automatically upgraded to zones. Upgraded SD-WAN members are named upg-zone-<interface-name>, and they replace interfaces in policies.