Panorama - SDWAN Autogenerated Config Nightmare

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Panorama - SDWAN Autogenerated Config Nightmare

L1 Bithead

I have spent the better part of two days deploying what should be a simple, standard SDWAN solution following the provided documentation. No matter how many times I try, every time I get to the point where I create the VPN Cluster, I get commit failures on the firewalls indicating that the tunnel.90x interfaces have no virtual router configured or zone configuration.

I have done this, with similar consternation, on another set of firewall running 10.0.2, and they are least pushing the autogenerated config correctly (although I am rather frightened to touch anything there). This is version 10.0.5. I have wiped all configs, pushed out from Panorama, following the docs. It all commits until this last step, and then I get what is below. I am now going to attempt to create this all manually, since I think it will be faster than this. Curious if anyone else has had similar experience.




L2 Linker

Sorry to hear you are having such problems. We deployed about a year ago and I do recall some similar problems, the dependence on panorama connectivity and kind of chicken and the egg problem seems to break the script. 

I will be curious if you get this to work. We run 10.0.3, but I can’t get a higher version of Panos to work. The sdwan interface stays down/init. 

L1 Bithead

Thanks for the response. I am deploying the firewalls today manually. Once they are up and functional, I will get support to work with me on the errors and see where that leads. Will update then.

L0 Member

Hello! Have th same problem: Panorama 10.1.0, Plugin SD WAN plugin sd_wan-2.1.0,  NGFW  10.1.0

can anybody help with solving this problem?

L0 Member

Please post Panorama SD-WAN device config and vpn cluster config.  I am using SD-WAN 2.1 on 10.0.5 and everything is working for me.



Jason Miller
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