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SD-WAN Orchestrator 7.0.0.r3 Administration Guide

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Adding static routes

After the device is added to SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA, you can override profile settings for each device. For example, you can add a static route. The static route applies only to the device.

You can establish an IPsec tunnel with an external VPN gateway that is not managed by SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA. See also Creating external VPN gateways.

You can also use the router prefix-list configuration to inject routes learned through OSPF/BGP to global routing. In the Static Routing dialog box, toggle Inject to SDWAN Route to On to enable this feature.

To add static routes:
  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 Static Routing section.
  5. Click Create New.

    A + Static Routing dialog box displays.

  6. Configure the options, and click OK.

    The static route is created.

  7. Click OK to save the changes.
  8. Install the configuration changes. See Installing configuration changes.

Adding static routes

After the device is added to SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA, you can override profile settings for each device. For example, you can add a static route. The static route applies only to the device.

You can establish an IPsec tunnel with an external VPN gateway that is not managed by SD-WAN Orchestrator MEA. See also Creating external VPN gateways.

You can also use the router prefix-list configuration to inject routes learned through OSPF/BGP to global routing. In the Static Routing dialog box, toggle Inject to SDWAN Route to On to enable this feature.

To add static routes:
  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 Static Routing section.
  5. Click Create New.

    A + Static Routing dialog box displays.

  6. Configure the options, and click OK.

    The static route is created.

  7. Click OK to save the changes.
  8. Install the configuration changes. See Installing configuration changes.