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SD-WAN Orchestrator 7.0.0.r3 Administration Guide

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Executing WAN port speed tests

You can execute a WAN port speed test. After the speed test, you can click Apply Results to Estimated Bandwidth button to copy the results to Estimated Upstream Bandwidth and Estimated Downstream Bandwidth. If you want to apply this configuration, click OK, and manually synchronize the device.

You can also schedule a recurring speed test using one of the default schedules. You can also create custom schedules. See Creating custom speed test schedules.

To execute an interface speed test:
  1. Go to Configuration > Device.
  2. Expand the region.

    The devices in the region are displayed.

  3. Double-click the device to open it for editing.

    The Device / <name> dialog box is displayed.

  4. Click the Network tab, and expand the WAN section.
  5. Toggle Override to ON.
  6. Double-click an interface to open it for editing.

    The WAN / <interface name> dialog box displays.

  7. Click Execute Speed Test.

    The speed test begins, and the results are displayed.

  8. (Optional) Click Apply Results to Estimated Bandwidth.

    The Estimated Upstream Bandwidth and Estimated Downstream Bandwidth options are updated.

  9. (Optional) Schedule a recurring speed test:
    1. Expand Schedule Recurring Speed Test, and toggle Enable Schedule Speed Test to ON.

      The schedule options are displayed.

    2. In the Schedule list, select a schedule.
    3. Determine whether to use the test results to update the incoming bandwidth and the outgoing bandwidth.
    4. Specify minimum and maximum bandwidths amounts.
    5. Specify whether to automatically apply the test results.
    6. Click OK to save the speed test settings for the WAN port.
  10. Click OK to save the profile override settings the device.
  11. Install the configuration changes. See Installing configuration changes.

Executing WAN port speed tests

You can execute a WAN port speed test. After the speed test, you can click Apply Results to Estimated Bandwidth button to copy the results to Estimated Upstream Bandwidth and Estimated Downstream Bandwidth. If you want to apply this configuration, click OK, and manually synchronize the device.

You can also schedule a recurring speed test using one of the default schedules. You can also create custom schedules. See Creating custom speed test schedules.

To execute an interface speed test:
  1. Go to Configuration > Device.
  2. Expand the region.

    The devices in the region are displayed.

  3. Double-click the device to open it for editing.

    The Device / <name> dialog box is displayed.

  4. Click the Network tab, and expand the WAN section.
  5. Toggle Override to ON.
  6. Double-click an interface to open it for editing.

    The WAN / <interface name> dialog box displays.

  7. Click Execute Speed Test.

    The speed test begins, and the results are displayed.

  8. (Optional) Click Apply Results to Estimated Bandwidth.

    The Estimated Upstream Bandwidth and Estimated Downstream Bandwidth options are updated.

  9. (Optional) Schedule a recurring speed test:
    1. Expand Schedule Recurring Speed Test, and toggle Enable Schedule Speed Test to ON.

      The schedule options are displayed.

    2. In the Schedule list, select a schedule.
    3. Determine whether to use the test results to update the incoming bandwidth and the outgoing bandwidth.
    4. Specify minimum and maximum bandwidths amounts.
    5. Specify whether to automatically apply the test results.
    6. Click OK to save the speed test settings for the WAN port.
  10. Click OK to save the profile override settings the device.
  11. Install the configuration changes. See Installing configuration changes.