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Editing and Deleting Traffic Type Profiles

You can edit and delete traffic type profile configuration.

Note This topic is applicable only to users with an SP Administrator role.

The following sections explain the procedure for editing and deleting traffic type profiles:

Editing Traffic Type Profiles

Procedure

To edit a traffic type profile:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-WAN > Application Traffic Type Profiles.

    The Application Traffic Type Profiles page appears.

  2. Select the check box that corresponds to the traffic type profile that you want to modify and click the edit icon.

    The Edit Traffic Type Profile page appears Modify the configuration as required. For information about the parameters, see Creating Traffic Type Profiles.

  3. Click OK to save the changes. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel instead

Deleting Traffic Type Profiles

Procedure

To delete a traffic type profile:

Note You cannot delete a traffic type profile if the profile is associated with an application SLA profile. You must first edit the application SLA profile and remove the association with the traffic type profile or delete the associated application SLA profile.

  1. Select Configuration > SD-WAN > Application Traffic Type Profiles.

    The Application Traffic Type Profiles page appears.

  2. Select the check box that corresponds to the traffic type profile that you want to delete and click the delete icon.

    The Confirm Delete page appears.

  3. Click OK to delete the selected profile.

    If you do not want to delete the traffic type profile, click Cancel instead.

  4. If the selected traffic type profile is associated with any application SLA profile, the following error message appears:

    The Traffic Type Profile is associated with 1 SLA Profile(s). It cannot be deleted.

    Click OK and either edit the SLA profile and delete the association or delete the SLA profile. Try deleting the traffic type profile after you modify the SLA profile association or delete the SLA profile.

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