Why would you want a Software-Defined WAN? The most straightforward answer is that you wish to a single place to control your WAN by policy, rather than managing dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of devices one at a time through their separate configuration files. The second part is replacing or supplementing expensive private network connections […]
- Amazon Web Services
- Build Day TV
- HPE Simplivity
- Oracle Cloud
- Oracle Ravello
- Pure Storage
- VMware SD-WAN
In this 5th episode, Rohan Naggi walks us through setting up the Built-in firewall, a Firewall VNF, a centralized firewall, and integration with a Gateway for setting up business policies.
Now your VMware SD-WAN is setup, and we’ve tested connections, it’s time to figure out what happens when failover occurs. Rohan will simulate some traffic bandwidth, and show how the SD-WAN Internet will continue to perform.
Today, we get to build networks and then break stuff in fun ways. Rohan Naggi will step us through what happens when one of the Internet connections becomes unstable. We also learn about setting rules for when connections go down.
Rohan Naggi sets up the VMware SD-WAN device as Jeffrey Powers Unboxes the Edge 510 Unit. Alastair Cooke then sets up SD-WAN on his AWS instance. 00:00 Intro 3:55 Unbox the Edge 510 9:35 Configuring the Edge 510 32:42 Configuring SD-WAN on AWS
In this episode, Rohan Naggi teaches Alastair Cooke the basics of SD-WAN and how the VMware SD-WAN (formerly Velocloud) follows these principles. This is a 4-part series on VMware SD-WAN, installation, and configuration.