- Release notes
- What's new
- Updating and Upgrading to NetScaler SD-WAN 9.3
- Single-Step Upgrade for SD-WAN Appliances
- Before You Begin
Getting Started by Using NetScaler SD-WAN
- NetScaler SD-WAN Management Web Interface
- One Touch Start
- Installing the SD-WAN Appliance Packages on the Clients
- Preparing the SD-WAN Appliance Packages on the MCN
- Connecting the Client Appliances to Your Network
Setting up the SD-WAN Appliances
- Setting up the Appliance Hardware
- Setting the Management IP Addresses for the Appliances
- Setting the Management IP Address for a SD-WAN Appliance
- Setting the Date and Time on an SD-WAN Appliance
- Setting the Console Session Timeout Interval (Optional)
- Uploading and Installing the SD-WAN Software License File
- Troubleshooting DHCP Management IP Address Configuration
- Configuring Alarms
- Configuration Rollback
- About SD-WAN VPX Standard Edition
- Installing and Deploying a SD-WAN VPX Standard Edition on VMware ESXi
Setting up the Master Control Node (MCN) Site
- Master Control Node (MCN)
- How to Switch the Management Web Interface to MCN Console Mode
- How to Add the MCN Site
- How to Configure Virtual Interface Groups for the MCN Site
- How to Configure Virtual IP Addresses for the MCN Site
- How to Configure GRE Tunnels for the MCN Site (Optional)
- How to Configure WAN Links for the MCN Site
- How to Configure Routes for the MCN Site
- How to Configure High Availability (HA) for the MCN Site (Optional)
- How to Enable and Configure Virtual WAN Security and Encryption (Optional)
- Naming, Saving, and Backing Up the MCN Site Configuration
Adding and Configuring the Branch Sites
- How to Add the Branch Site
- How to Configure Virtual Interface Groups for the Branch Site
- How to Configure Virtual IP Addresses for the Branch Site
- How to Configure GRE Tunnels for the Branch Site
- How to Configure WAN Links for the Branch Site
- How to Configure Routes for the Branch Site
- How to Configure High Availability (HA) for the Branch Site (Optional)
- How to Clone the Branch Site (Optional)
- How to Resolve Configuration Audit Alerts
- How to Save the Completed Sites Configuration
Deployment use Cases
- Deploying SD-WAN in Gateway Mode
- Deploying SD-WAN in PBR mode (Virtual Inline Mode)
- Building a SD-WAN Network
- Dynamic Paths for Branch to Branch Communication
- Configuring Static WAN Paths
- Routing Support for LAN Segmentation
- Utilizing Enterprise Edition Appliance to Provide WAN Optimization Services Only
- SD-WAN SE/EE Appliance in Hairpin Deployment Mode
- Two Box Mode
- SD-WAN Overlay Routing
- High Availability Deployment
- Basic Configuration Mode
Virtual Routing and Forwarding
- How To Configure Routing Domain
- How To Configure Routes
- How To Select Routing Domain for Intranet Service
- How To Configure Interface Groups
- How To Configure Virtual IP Addresses
- How To Configure Virtual IP Address Identity
- How To Configure GRE Tunnels
- How To Configure Access Interface
- How to Customize Classes
- How to Add Rule Groups and Enable MOS
- How to Create Rules
- How To Configure Firewall Segmentation
- Dynamic routing
- Route Filtering
- Network Objects
- Application Classification
- QoS Fairness With Random Early Detection (RED)
- Application QoS Rules
- MPLS QoS Queues
- Application Quality of Experience (QoE)
- Link State Propagation
- Metering and Standby WAN Links
- Multiple Net Flow collectors
- IPSec Tunnel Termination
- Stateful Firewall and NAT Support
- Configuring Multicast Groups
- NetScaler SD-WAN and Zscaler - Using GRE Tunnels and IPsec Tunnels
- Enabling FIPS Compliance Mode in NetScaler SD-WAN
- Configuring Virtual WAN IPsec for FIPS Compliant Operation
- Firewall Traffic Redirection Support by Using Forcepoint in NetScaler SD-WAN
- Internet Service
- DHCP Server and DHCP Relay Agent
- DHCP Client for Data Port (WAN Link IP Address Learning)
- Adaptive Bandwidth Detection
- Active Bandwidth Testing
- Diagnostic Tool
- Monitoring Your Virtual WAN
Auto Secure Peering and Manual Secure Peering
- Auto Secure Peering to an EE appliance from a Standalone WANOP / SDWAN SE/WANOP on the DC site
- Auto Secure Peering Initiated from EE Appliance at DC Site and Branch Site EE Appliance
- Auto Secure Peering Initiated from EE Appliance at DC Site and Branch with WANOP/SE Appliance
- Manual Secure Peering Initiated from EE Appliance at DC Site and Branch EE Appliance
- Manual Secure Peering initiated from EE appliance at DC site to Branch WANOP/SDWAN-SE Appliance
- Domain Join and Delegate User Creation
- SNMPv3 Polling and Trap Capability
- Zero Touch Deployment
- Configure 210-SE LTE
- NetScaler SD-WAN WANOP 9.3
The WANOP Client Plug-in
- Hardware and software requirements
- How the WANOP plug-in works
- Deploying appliances for use with plug-ins
- Customizing the plug-in MSI file
- Deploying plug-ins on Windows systems
- WANOP plug-in GUI commands
- Updating the WANOP plug-in
- Troubleshooting WANOP plug-in
- Configuring Service Class Association with SSL Profiles
- Standard MIB Support
- Best Practices - Security
- Reference Material
- Installing SD-WAN SE Virtual Appliances (VPX) in Linux-KVM Platform
- SD-WAN Standard Edition Virtual Appliance (VPX) HA Support for AWS
- SD-WAN Standard Edition Virtual Appliance (VPX) in Hypervisor on HyperV 2012 R2 and 2016
- SD-WAN Standard Edition Virtual Appliance (VPX) HA Support for Microsoft Azure
- XenServer 6.5 Upgrade for SD-WAN Standard Edition Appliances
Aug 09, 2017
You can now configure your SD-WAN appliance to identify alarm conditions based on your network and priorities, generate alerts, and receive notifications via email, syslog or SNMP trap.
An alarm is a configured alert consisting of an event type, a trigger state, a clear state, and a severity.
To configure alarm settings
In the SD-WAN web management interface, navigate to Configuration > Appliance Settings > Logging/Monitoring and click Alarm Options.
Click Add Alarm to add a new alarm. **
Select or enter values for the following fields:
- Event Type: The SD-WAN appliance can trigger alarms for particular subsystems or objects in the network, these are called event types. The available event types are SERVICE, VIRTUAL_PATH, WANLINK, PATH, DYNAMIC_VIRTUAL_PATH, WAN_LINK_CONGESTION, USAGE_CONGESTION, FAN, POWER_SUPPLY, PROXY_ARP, ETHERNET, DISCOVERED_MTU, GRE_TUNNEL, and IPSEC_TUNNEL.
- Trigger State: The event state that triggers an alarm for an Event Type. The available Trigger State options depend on the chosen event type.
- Trigger Duration: The duration in seconds, this determines how quickly the appliance triggers an alarm. Enter ‘0’ to receive immediate alerts or enter a value between 15-7200 seconds. Alarms are not triggered, if additional events occur on the same object within the Trigger Duration period. Additional alarms are triggered only if an event persists longer than the Trigger Duration period.
- Clear State: The event state that clears an alarm for an Event Type after the alarm is triggered. The available Clear State options depend on the chosen Trigger State.
- Clear Duration: The duration in seconds, this determines how long to wait before clearing an alarm. Enter ‘0’ to immediately clear the alarm or enter a value between 15-7200 seconds. The alarm is not cleared, if another clear state event occurs on the same object within the specified time.
- Severity: A user-defined field that determines how urgent an alarm is. The severity is displayed in the alerts sent when the alarm is triggered or cleared and in the triggered alarm summary.
- Email: Alarm trigger and clear alerts for the Event Type is sent via email.
- Syslog: Alarm trigger and clear alerts for the Event Type is sent via Syslog.
- SNMP: Alarm trigger and clear alerts for the Event Type is sent via SNMP trap.
Continue adding alarms as required.
Click Apply Settings.
To view a summary of all the triggered alarms:
In the SD-WAN web management interface, navigate to Configuration > System Maintenance > Diagnostics > Alarms.
A list of all the triggered alarms is displayed.
To manually clear triggered alarms:
- In the SD-WAN web management interface, navigate to Configuration > System Maintenance > Diagnostics > Alarms.
- In the Clear Action column, select the alarms that you want to clear.
- Click Clear Checked Alarms. Alternately, Click Clear All Alarms to clear all the alarms.