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About the Breakout Profiles Page

 

To access this page, click Configuration > SD-WAN Breakout Profiles.

You can use the Breakout Profiles page to view existing breakout profiles, add local, backhaul, and cloud breakout profiles, edit breakout profiles, and delete breakout profiles. You can also add settings for cloud breakout, edit cloud breakout settings, assign the settings to one or more sites, detach the settings from one or more sites, and delete the settings.

The breakout profiles are displayed on the Breakout Profiles tab and the cloud breakout settings (applicable only to tenants with the Secure SD-WAN Advanced service) are displayed on the Cloud Breakout Settings tab.

Note

Tenants with the Secure SD-WAN Essentials service do not support cloud breakout profiles.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • View existing breakout profiles—See Table 1 for a description of the fields.

  • View the details of a breakout profile—On the Breakout Profiles tab, select a breakout profile and from the More menu, select Detail View. The Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane appears on the right-hand side of the page. See Table 1 for a description of the fields on this pane.

  • Add a breakout profile—See Editing and Deleting Breakout Profiles.

  • Edit and delete a breakout profile—See Adding Breakout Profiles.

Breakout Profiles Field Descriptions

Table 1: Breakout Profiles Field Descriptions

Field

Description

Displayed On

Name

Name of the breakout profile.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Type

Indicates whether the breakout profile is for local breakout (underlay) or backhaul (central breakout) or cloud breakout.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Description

Description of the breakout profile.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

Path Preference

Indicates the preferred path to be used for breakout traffic:

  • MPLS

  • Internet

  • Any, which indicates no preference.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

Added by

Username of the user who added the breakout profile.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

FqName

Internal name of the breakout profile.

Breakout Profiles page (Breakout Profiles tab)

Rate Limiting

Indicates whether rate limiting is enabled or disabled for the breakout profile.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Downstream Rate

Indicates the maximum downstream rate (in Kbps) for all cacheable applications associated with the breakout profile.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Downstream Burst Size

Indicates the maximum downstream burst size (in bytes) for all cacheable applications associated with the breakout profile.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Upstream Rate

Indicates the maximum upstream rate (in Kbps) for all cacheable applications associated with the breakout profile.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Upstream Burst Size

Indicates the maximum upstream burst size (in bytes) for all cacheable applications associated with the breakout profile.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

Loss Priority

Indicates the loss priority associated with the breakout profile. The loss priority determines which packets are dropped or retained when network congestion occurs.

Detail for Breakout-Profile-Name pane

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