How do I assign SD-wan interface profile to template when all sites have different speeds for fiber and cable.

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How do I assign SD-wan interface profile to template when all sites have different speeds for fiber and cable.

L1 Bithead

How do I assign a SD-wan interface profile an interface in a template with 3 firewalls assigned to 3 groups based on site when each site has different speeds for each ISP? Do I have to go against palo alto recommendations and use 3 templates?

Site 1 Fiber: 250Mbps/250Mbps
Site 1 cable: 600Mbps/35Mbps

Site 2 Fiber: 200Mbps/200Mbps
Site 2 cable: 250Mbps/35Mbps

Site 3 Fiber: 500Mbps/500Mbps
Site 3 cable: 1Gbps/1Gbps


L1 Bithead

I can't be the only person doing this right?

L4 Transporter

Hello RobertAdrian,


Not sure what is the challenge here.

In the template, you have your x interfaces, for each interface you have device a sdwan interface profile.
If you have multiple site, you can make multiple template (1 for hub or for site with X ISP ....).


Or ... are you planning to do all the sites on the same template?
In this case, not possible (if you are really needing to have those values to be realistic one).




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I eventually did setup different templates for each site.  However, in the end, I abandoned using PANOS SD-WAN. It was extremely unstable. Palo support worked on the issue for several weeks and was unable to find a solution, so I manually created the VPN tunnels (10 per site) and configured failover using OSPF.


Palo support suggested not using the built-in SD-WAN functionality and instead moving to Prisma SD-WAN. I choose not to move to Prisma due to the high cost.

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