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SD-WAN Orchestrator 7.0.0.r2 Administration Guide

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Creating shared resources

Before you create profiles, you can create a number of shared resources that you can select in profiles. You can create the following shared resources:

  • Network resources, such as DHCP servers, DHCP relays, DNS servers, intranet IP pools, SNMP hosts, and VPN address pools.

    It is recommended to create intranet IP pools that SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA can use when it creates the SD-WAN network for selected devices.

    ISP links are automatically created when a WAN port is enabled in a profile.

  • Service level agreements (SLA), such as quality levels and servers.
  • Servers, such as NTP, FortiGuard, and email, that SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA can use.
  • Health threshold settings

For more details, see Shared resources.

Creating shared resources

Before you create profiles, you can create a number of shared resources that you can select in profiles. You can create the following shared resources:

  • Network resources, such as DHCP servers, DHCP relays, DNS servers, intranet IP pools, SNMP hosts, and VPN address pools.

    It is recommended to create intranet IP pools that SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA can use when it creates the SD-WAN network for selected devices.

    ISP links are automatically created when a WAN port is enabled in a profile.

  • Service level agreements (SLA), such as quality levels and servers.
  • Servers, such as NTP, FortiGuard, and email, that SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA can use.
  • Health threshold settings

For more details, see Shared resources.