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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Neighbors

You can create SD-WAN rules that include Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) neighbors.

You must create BGP neighbors for FortiGate devices before you can add them to SD-WAN templates.

To configure BGP neighbors for SD-WAN templates:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to Device Manager > Provisioning Templates > SD-WAN Templates.

  3. Double-click an SD-WAN template to open it for editing, or click Create New in the toolbar.

    The SD-WAN template opens.

  4. In the Neighbor toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create New Neighbor pane opens:

  5. Configure the following:

    IP

    Type the IP address for the BGP neighbor.

    Interface Member

    Click the box, and select interface members.

    Performance SLA

    Click the list, and select the performance SLA.

    Role

    Select Standalone, Primary, or Secondary.

  6. Click OK.

Neighbors

You can create SD-WAN rules that include Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) neighbors.

You must create BGP neighbors for FortiGate devices before you can add them to SD-WAN templates.

To configure BGP neighbors for SD-WAN templates:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to Device Manager > Provisioning Templates > SD-WAN Templates.

  3. Double-click an SD-WAN template to open it for editing, or click Create New in the toolbar.

    The SD-WAN template opens.

  4. In the Neighbor toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create New Neighbor pane opens:

  5. Configure the following:

    IP

    Type the IP address for the BGP neighbor.

    Interface Member

    Click the box, and select interface members.

    Performance SLA

    Click the list, and select the performance SLA.

    Role

    Select Standalone, Primary, or Secondary.

  6. Click OK.