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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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RS0144 - SD-WAN Routing (Connected and Static) (Part 4)

The video looks at basic routing aspects of Cisco SD-WAN. Now that we have the overlay fabric up and running, we will take some time to review the SD-WAN default routing behavior and understand OMP routes. We will create Service VPN for each of the sites, configure connected subnet, add static routes, and advertise them across the fabric.
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RS0144 - SD-WAN Routing (Connected and Static) (Part 3)

The video looks at basic routing aspects of Cisco SD-WAN. Now that we have the overlay fabric up and running, we will take some time to review the SD-WAN default routing behavior and understand OMP routes. We will create Service VPN for each of the sites, configure connected subnet, add static routes, and advertise them across the fabric.
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RS0144 - SD-WAN Routing (Connected and Static) (Part 2)

The video looks at basic routing aspects of Cisco SD-WAN. Now that we have the overlay fabric up and running, we will take some time to review the SD-WAN default routing behavior and understand OMP routes. We will create Service VPN for each of the sites, configure connected subnet, add static routes, and advertise them across the fabric.
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RS0144 - SD-WAN Routing (Connected and Static) (Part 1)

The video looks at basic routing aspects of Cisco SD-WAN. Now that we have the overlay fabric up and running, we will take some time to review the SD-WAN default routing behavior and understand OMP routes. We will create Service VPN for each of the sites, configure connected subnet, add static routes, and advertise them across the fabric.
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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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