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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 3)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 2)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 1)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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RS0153 - SD-WAN Topology (Part 3)

The video shows various methods to manipulate Cisco SD-WAN overlay topology. vManage comes with some default topology templates that we can look at. We will also create our own topology using Custom rules. Many available attributes will be explored in the Centralized Control Policy.
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RS0153 - SD-WAN Topology (Part 2)

The video shows various methods to manipulate Cisco SD-WAN overlay topology. vManage comes with some default topology templates that we can look at. We will also create our own topology using Custom rules. Many available attributes will be explored in the Centralized Control Policy.
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RS0153 - SD-WAN Topology (Part 1)

The video shows various methods to manipulate Cisco SD-WAN overlay topology. vManage comes with some default topology templates that we can look at. We will also create our own topology using Custom rules. Many available attributes will be explored in the Centralized Control Policy.
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RS0152 - SD-WAN Traffic Engineering (Control) (Part 3)

The video shows you different ways to perform traffic engineering across Cisco SD-WAN overlay. We will explore various configuration options and settings in Centralized Control Policy to achieve simple traffic steering and path preference. We will look at tunnel restrict flag to help reduce total number of IPSec tunnel, and tunnel weight that allows weighted bandwidth load balancing.
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RS0152 - SD-WAN Traffic Engineering (Control) (Part 2)

The video shows you different ways to perform traffic engineering across Cisco SD-WAN overlay. We will explore various configuration options and settings in Centralized Control Policy to achieve simple traffic steering and path preference. We will look at tunnel restrict flag to help reduce total number of IPSec tunnel, and tunnel weight that allows weighted bandwidth load balancing.
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RS0152 - SD-WAN Traffic Engineering (Control) (Part 1)

The video shows you different ways to perform traffic engineering across Cisco SD-WAN overlay. We will explore various configuration options and settings in Centralized Control Policy to achieve simple traffic steering and path preference. We will look at tunnel restrict flag to help reduce total number of IPSec tunnel, and tunnel weight that allows weighted bandwidth load balancing.
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RS0145 - SD-WAN Routing (BGP and OSPF) (Part 4)

The video shows you how to configure two routing protocols; BGP and OSPF, on Cisco SD-WAN routers. We will be using BGP to perform route exchange in VPN0 MPLS underlay. OSPF will be used for Service-side routing. We will be performing route redistribution between OSPF and OMP to provide network reachability of our HQ site to the remote sites.
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