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Regions

Configuration > Overlays & Security > Regions

Use this tab to add or remove regions from the SD-WAN fabric and configure regional routing. The regions within your SD-WAN fabric can represent geographical regions, administrative regions, or a set of sites in the network that have common business goals.

Regional Routing

When enabled, regional routing enables you to manage your SD-WAN fabric by regions. It involves intra-region and inter-region route distribution across the SD-WAN fabric. The regions within your network can represent geographical regions, administrative regions, or a set of sites in the network that have common business goals. You can provide different Business Intent Overlay for each region by enabling regional routing and customizing BIOs per region. The following diagrams show examples of different regional network topologies you can build by enabling regional routing.

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You can enable regional routing within your Orchestrator UI. Navigate to the Regional Routing window and click Enable Regional Routing in the header and move the toggle.

View Status

Click View Status to view the status of the added or updated appliances to regions.

Edit Regions

Complete the following steps to add a region or edit existing regions that you want to add to your overlays.

  1. Click Edit Regions.

  2. Click New Region.

  3. Enter the name of your new region in the Region Configuration dialog box.

  4. Click Save.

You can also edit an existing region.

  1. Click the Edit icon next to the region you want to edit.

  2. Enter the region name.

  3. Click Save.

Navigate to the Business Intent Overlay tab to make further customizations to your regions and overlays.


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