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SD-WAN Orchestrator 7.0.0.r3 Administration Guide

7.0.1
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Global routing

You can view the subnet, next hop, and type information for global routing. You can also use the router prefix-list configuration to manually inject routes learned through OSPF/BGP to global routing.

To view global routing:
  1. Go to Configuration > Global Routing.

    The subnet, next hop, and type information is displayed for global routing.

  2. (Optional) Inject the subnet to global routing.
    1. For the subnet, click the Inject Subnet button.

      The Inject Subnet to Global Routing <subnet> dialog box is displayed.

    2. In the Inject to Device list, select the device.
    3. Ensure Synchronize is toggled ON.
    4. Click OK.

Global routing

You can view the subnet, next hop, and type information for global routing. You can also use the router prefix-list configuration to manually inject routes learned through OSPF/BGP to global routing.

To view global routing:
  1. Go to Configuration > Global Routing.

    The subnet, next hop, and type information is displayed for global routing.

  2. (Optional) Inject the subnet to global routing.
    1. For the subnet, click the Inject Subnet button.

      The Inject Subnet to Global Routing <subnet> dialog box is displayed.

    2. In the Inject to Device list, select the device.
    3. Ensure Synchronize is toggled ON.
    4. Click OK.