This recipe provides a sample configuration for customer using the DHCP interface as SD-WAN members. SD-WAN members can be all static IP interfaces, all DHCP interfaces, or a mix of both IP and DHCP interfaces.
In this example, a customer who has two ISP internet connections: wan1 and wan2. wan1 is a DHCP interface and wan2 is a static IP address interface.
- Enable SD-WAN and add wan1 and wan2 as SD-WAN members.
- Go to Network > SD-WAN and ensure Status is Enable.
- In the SD-WAN Interface Members section, click the + button and add two members: wan1 and wan2.
- For the static IP member, enter the Gateway address.
- For the DHCP member, do not change the Gateway.
- Click Apply.
- Create static route and enable virtual-wan-link.
- Go to Network > Static Routes and click Create New.
- Click the Interface dropdown list and select SD-WAN.
- Click OK.
- Create policy for this traffic.
- Go to Policy & Objects > IPv4 Policy and click Create New.
- For the Incoming Interface, select dmz.
- For the Outgoing Interface, select SD-WAN
- Configure other options as needed.
- Click OK.
Outgoing traffic is balanced between wan1 and wan2 at about 50% each.
config system interface edit "wan1" set alias to_ISP1 set mode dhcp next edit "wan2" set alias to_ISP2 set ip 10.100.20.1 255.255.255.0 next end
config system virtual-wan-link set status enable config members edit 1 set interface "wan1" next edit 2 set interface "wan2" set gateway 10.100.20.2 next end end
config router static edit 1 set distance 1 set virtual-wan-link enable next end
config firewall policy edit 2 set name "VWL" set srcintf "dmz" set dstintf "virtual-wan-link" set srcaddr "all" set dstaddr "all" set action accept set schedule "always" set service "ALL" set nat enable next end
# diagnose sys virtual-wan-link member Member(1): interface: wan1, gateway: 172.16.20.2, priority: 0, weight: 0 Member(2): interface: wan2, gateway: 10.100.20.2, priority: 0, weight: 0