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Route Redistribution Maps Template

To use this template, you must have your route maps configured for either SD-WAN, BGP, and OSPF. See the Routes tab for more details about the configuration and defining rules for your route maps.

To redistribute a route map:

  1. Select the direction of traffic you want to redistribute your routes to: SD-WAN Fabric, BGP Inbound and Outbound, and OSPF.

  2. Select whether you want to Merge or Replace existing maps.

    With Merge, new maps are added to the existing maps. If the map already exists, the new map matches appliance rules in the Orchestrator range. If the configured rules do not match, the new map’s rules are appended to the existing rules.

    Replace takes the new maps and replaces all existing maps, and does not include the rules that match outside of the configured range.

    The range for Orchestrator rules is 1000–9999.

    WARNING: If you select Merge, then only rules with matching priorities are overwritten. If you select Replace, then all rules on the appliance are deleted and replaced.

  3. When selected, click Add Map.

  4. Enter a Map Name, and then click Add.

  5. Select Add Rule. The Add Rule window opens.

    In this window, you define the rules applied to your route map, which includes the Match Criteria and the Set Actions. Each route map has a match command and set command. A route map rule checks if all the attribute values specified in the match criteria match the corresponding attribute values in the route and declares a “match” or “no-match.”

    NOTE: You can apply 128 rules per map.

  6. Click Add.

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