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Virtual paths

In this section, you can verify the Static Virtual Paths. To view virtual paths, navigate to Configuration > Virtual Paths.

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Static virtual paths

You can verify the static virtual paths created during site creation. These settings are inherited from the global wan link auto-path settings. You can override these configurations and remove the member path that is not required. Filter the virtual paths based on the site and the applied QoS profile.

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You can edit the following member path parameters:

  • UDP Port: The port used for LAN to WAN and WAN to LAN packet transfer.

  • Alternate Port: The alternate UDP Port to be used when UDP port switching is enabled.

  • Interval: The interval, in minutes, that the WAN Link will alternate its UDP Port.

  • IP DSCP Tagging: A tag for the external IP header of the Virtual Path Control Protocol (VPCP) frame.

  • Loss Sensitive: A Path may be marked as BAD due to loss and will incur a latency penalty in Path scoring.

  • Percent Loss: If packet loss exceeds the set percentage over the configured time, the GOOD Path state will change to BAD.

  • Over Time: If packet loss exceeds the set percentage over this configured time, the Path state is marked as BAD.

  • Silence Period: The Path state transitions from GOOD to BAD when no packets are received within the specified amount of time.

  • Path Probation Period: The period to wait before changing the Path state from BAD to GOOD.

  • Instability Sensitive: Latency penalties due to BAD state and other spikes in latency are considered.

  • Tracking IP Address: A virtual IP address on the WAN Link that can be pinged to determine the state of the WAN Link.

  • Reverse Tracking IP Address: A virtual IP address on the reverse Path that can be pinged to determine the state of the reverse Path.

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Virtual paths

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