About the Application Routing Policies Page
To access this page, select Configure > App Routing Policies.
Use the Application Routing Policies page to configure advanced policy-based routing (APBR) profiles. In advanced WAN routing space, the need for application-aware routing is gaining popularity. Enterprise customers and cloud service providers are taking a software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) approach to minimize the operating cost and to improve or optimize resource usage. The APBR profiles support such emerging network deployments. APBR provides a capability to specify routes based on certain attributes of an end user application. The APBR profile evaluates the application-aware traffic and permits or denies traffic based on the applications and application groups.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Create an APBR policy. See Configuring Advanced Policy-Based Routing Policy
Manage an APBR policy.
Create and manage APBR policy rules. See Creating Advanced Policy-Based Routing Rules
Table 1 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Application Routing Policies page.
Table 1: Fields on the Application Routing Policies Page
Specifies the name of the APBR policy.
Specifies the number of rules created for the APBR policy.
Specifies the number of devices associated with the APBR policy.
Specifies the publish and update status of the APBR policy.
Specifies the last modified date and time of the APBR policy.
Specifies the username of a user who created the APBR policy.
Specifies the description of the APBR policy, if any.
Specifies the domain name to which the APBR policy is associated.