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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 3)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 2)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 1)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0143 - SD-WAN Device Common Templates (Part 2)

The video goes through configuration of feature templates that can be shared across different WAN Edge models in Cisco SD-WAN namely NTP, Banner, Logging, SNMP, and security. These allow you to perform configuration once, and consistently apply common configuration to devices across your SD-WAN fabric which is one of many great benefit of centralized management nature of Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0143 - SD-WAN Device Common Templates (Part 1)

The video goes through configuration of feature templates that can be shared across different WAN Edge models in Cisco SD-WAN namely NTP, Banner, Logging, SNMP, and security. These allow you to perform configuration once, and consistently apply common configuration to devices across your SD-WAN fabric which is one of many great benefit of centralized management nature of Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0142 - SD-WAN Device Basic Templates (Part 4)

The video introduces the concept of configuration templates in Cisco SD-WAN. We will configure three basic feature templates; System, VPN, Interface, for our  vEdge, cEdge, and controllers, and apply them to our SD-WAN devices via Device Template to turn them into vManage mode. This gives you an insight into an important step of configuring Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0142 - SD-WAN Device Basic Templates (Part 3)

The video introduces the concept of configuration templates in Cisco SD-WAN. We will configure three basic feature templates; System, VPN, Interface, for our  vEdge, cEdge, and controllers, and apply them to our SD-WAN devices via Device Template to turn them into vManage mode. This gives you an insight into an important step of configuring Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0142 - SD-WAN Device Basic Templates (Part 2)

The video introduces the concept of configuration templates in Cisco SD-WAN. We will configure three basic feature templates; System, VPN, Interface, for our  vEdge, cEdge, and controllers, and apply them to our SD-WAN devices via Device Template to turn them into vManage mode. This gives you an insight into an important step of configuring Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0142 - SD-WAN Device Basic Templates (Part 1)

The video introduces the concept of configuration templates in Cisco SD-WAN. We will configure three basic feature templates; System, VPN, Interface, for our  vEdge, cEdge, and controllers, and apply them to our SD-WAN devices via Device Template to turn them into vManage mode. This gives you an insight into an important step of configuring Cisco SD-WAN.
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RS0140 - SD-WAN ZTP and PnP (Part 4)

The video shows you how Zero Trust Provisioning (ZTP) works in Cisco SD-WAN to help you automate WAN Edge device bring-up process. We will cover all the essential components and steps to complete ZTP for both legacy Viptela Edge as well as IOS-XE cEdge.
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