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Virtual Tunnel Interfaces (VTI)

Configuration > Networking > Virtual Tunnel Interfaces (VTI)

A Virtual Tunnel Interface (VTI) is a tunneling protocol that does not require a static mapping of IPSec sessions to a physical interface. The tunnel endpoint is associated with a tunnel interface that enables a constant secure and stable connection throughout your network.

Click the Edit icon to get started configuring your VTIs.

VTI Dialog Box

Complete the following steps to configure a VTI with an associated tunnel in Orchestrator.

  1. Click Add.

    The Add VTI Interface dialog box opens.

  2. Complete the following fields with the appropriate information.

    Field Description
    Segment Name of the segment, if enabled.
    Interface ID of the VTI.

    NOTE: IDs 20000 through 30000 are reserved for Orchestrator.
    Admin Select whether the interface is up or down.
    Status Status of the VTI tunnel.
    IP/Mask IP address and subnet mask of the VTI.
    Passthrough Tunnel Name of the passthrough tunnel associated with the VTI.
    Interface Type Interface type (lan or wan).
    Label If you want to apply a label to the VTI, select one from the list of those available.
    Zone Select the firewall zone to which the VTI should apply from the drop-down list.
  3. Click Add.


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