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Deployment objectives

This deployment guide is the supporting document to the Multiple datacenters (primary/secondary gateways) section of the SD-WAN Architecture for Enterprise guide. The use case covered in this document will support primary/primary behavior of hubs in the SD-WAN region. The following sections will provide steps and procedures to satisfy the specified architecture.

 

Deployment assumptions

  • Greenfield deployment of new Fortinet Secure SD-WAN devices.
  • Dual hub FortiGates will provide secure access to remote branch locations that require connectivity to local application and services.
  • Each hub (HUB1 and HUB2) will be active.
  • Traffic to the datacenter may select route through either hub location.
  • Both hubs will advertise the same datacenter network space.
  • Both hubs have two, redundant WAN connections.
  • Each Branch location has two, redundant WAN connections
  • WAN connections are public links that can reach all other devices in the region.
  • All WAN interfaces have already been configured and have default gateways configured across both links.

Deployment objectives

This deployment guide is the supporting document to the Multiple datacenters (primary/secondary gateways) section of the SD-WAN Architecture for Enterprise guide. The use case covered in this document will support primary/primary behavior of hubs in the SD-WAN region. The following sections will provide steps and procedures to satisfy the specified architecture.

 

Deployment assumptions

  • Greenfield deployment of new Fortinet Secure SD-WAN devices.
  • Dual hub FortiGates will provide secure access to remote branch locations that require connectivity to local application and services.
  • Each hub (HUB1 and HUB2) will be active.
  • Traffic to the datacenter may select route through either hub location.
  • Both hubs will advertise the same datacenter network space.
  • Both hubs have two, redundant WAN connections.
  • Each Branch location has two, redundant WAN connections
  • WAN connections are public links that can reach all other devices in the region.
  • All WAN interfaces have already been configured and have default gateways configured across both links.