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Orchestration Settings

Orchestrator > Orchestrator Server > Tools > Orchestration Settings

The Orchestration Settings dialog box manages Business Intent Overlays (BIOs) and the properties that control them. It builds new tunnels and fixes existing ones.

Field Description
Orchestrate appliances by applying and updating overlays Selected by default, this updates all associated appliances when overlay changes are saved.

NOTE: Disabling orchestration stops overlays from being applied and updated on all appliances. IPSec UDP tunnels will not be created nor updated while orchestration is disabled. Tunnels are rebuilt only if this field is enabled.
Reset all flows When selected, Orchestrator automatically resets all flows whenever you edit overlays or change policies or priorities. When deselected, the flows can only be reset manually.
Autosave appliance changes Selected by default, this automatically saves any changes made to an appliance. If you need a time delay for troubleshooting or testing, deselect this option to suspend automatic saving of configuration changes.
Apply templates When selected, updates all associated appliances when template changes are saved.
Idle time Amount of time Orchestrator sleeps or is idle between checking for any configuration changes. For normal-sized networks, the recommended idle time is 60 seconds. For smaller networks, the recommended idle time is 30 seconds.
Auto flow re-classify Specifies how the Overlay Manager waits before surveying the network when configuration changes are not being made.

NOTE: Click the first Reset to Defaults button to reset the above settings to the defaults.

IPSec UDP Settings

Field Description
Default port By default, BIOs create IPSec UDP tunnels. The default port is 10002. If necessary, you can configure this for an individual appliance on its System Information page, under System Settings. This is accessible from the appliance’s context-sensitive menu in the Orchestrator navigation pane.
Increment port by Referenced when configuring an EdgeHA pair. When the value is 1000, the second appliance’s default port becomes 11002.

NOTE: Click the second Reset to Defaults button to reset the IPSec UDP settings to the defaults.

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