03-18-2021 01:31 AM
I have recently setup a SD-WAN between 2 PA firewalls. a default route was created automatically to sdwan.1. Though when one of the interface failed, it is not able to failover to the remaining tunnel which mapped to sdwan.2. May I know if I need to manually create a route for sdwan.2 though I could not find the interface under the static route setting (p.s I am using static route in my testing environment)
03-18-2021 02:30 AM
It seems to me that some of the parameter has been created wrongly by auto vpn. A backup physical interface has been attached to sdwan.902 instead of 901. And there is no zone configuration for two tunnels on hub firewall. I have attached the screenshots here. Could anyone kindly suggest what could be done to resolve the issue? Thank you
03-18-2021 03:14 AM - edited 03-18-2021 04:46 AM
I would firstly force the template value. Those tunnel interfaces should have zone-internal attached to them.
If that does not work, create a layer 3 zone and make a dummy change on panorama and commit to the firewall.
03-18-2021 07:58 PM
I do use panorama to do the config and tried to force template value already. Can you share what config to be changed on panorama as I cannot override the setting on the firewall itself and somehow the interface seems to be attached to the wrong tunnel as the screenshot shown
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