Tag: sdwan

Cisco SD-WAN Service Side NAT

Among Cisco SD-WAN’s tools to steer or influence traffic across the overlay, the data policies are the ones providing the highest flexibility. For a primer about SD-WAN Data Policies, please refer to this article: Cisco SD-WAN Data Policies. One of the SD-WAN Data Policy applications is the Service Side NAT. Compared to traditional networking where NAT

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Cisco SD-WAN Data Policies

Data policies are one powerful tool for Cisco SD-WAN to deliver its promises. They allow specific traffic flows to be redirected or steered in a particular way within or throughout the SD-WAN overlay network. More specifically, Data Policies allow the solution to do: Any modification affecting data plane forwarding E.g. Packet marking, specific transport forwarding,

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Resources for the Cisco SD-WAN exam

Hello all, Recently, I have attempted and passed the Cisco CCNP Enterprise Infrastructure SD-WAN concentration exam (300-415 ENSDWI). Given the popularity of the post, I have decided to put together a list of recommended resources. Please note that what worked for me, might or might not work for you, its only my personal journey. Therefore,

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New year resolution!

Hello everybody! Its been a while since I wrote something in my own blog. Before anything else, I would like to apologize 😦 There is no plausible gain on blaming work and time constraints, I simply, didn’t write here (mea culpa). That being said, this is about to change: One of my goals for this

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