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  • Greetings everyone! This is our first cross-post Feature Friday! We love Feature Fridays so much that we want to share them beyond our SD-WAN community. So, this week we're dipping into the Wireless community to share the fun. We have made it ...

  • Hey everyone! Halloween is only a week away. Time to get in your last Halloween movies, figure out what costumes you are going to wear, and buy candy for the trick-or-treaters. For those that don't know what "trick-or-treaters" are, these are the ...

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  • Hi, Yes, it is possible. One way that you can do it: 1. Define each link as separate Vector, so you would have 3 Vectors: WAN1, WAN2 and WAN3 2. Configure Service Policy where you will add 3 Vectors with Priorities: - WAN1 (200 Mbps) with priority 200 ...

  • Hi Justin, Yes, you can achieve that by using 2 IP addresses on the Conductor - one will be reachable via the out-of-band IP and the second will be reachable via router forwarding plane. You will need to configure in Authority both Conductor IP addresses. ...

  • Hi, Here is a sample of working configuration between SRX and SSR using SVR (vector routing): SRX side services { vector-routing { authority-name Authority128; cipher-suites { vsrx { authentication-disabled; ...

  • Hi, You have possibility to configure "per flow" and "per service": a) Per flow/session - it is a policy that you can attach to any defined service and IS NOT router specific. If you know your application is doing single session (for example ftp) you ...

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    RE: AWS Conductor API

    Hi, Yes, the Conductor API is exposed in the same way as you access Conductor GUI. For example if you access your Conductor GUI via AWS public IP: https://1.2.3.4 , the API should be accessible similarly using https://1.2.3.4/api/v1/... Please note ...

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