Moving applications to the cloud can be complicated. Remote users, expanding branches and multiple clouds can seem impossible to connect. Servers should be simple, continuous, secure and cost-efficient. That is where SD-WAN can help enterprises. Through a single console called cisco vManage, Cisco SD-WAN provides full control over your entire wide area network extending management across the cloud edge.
In a few seconds users across your network can enjoy the fastest paths to applications like office 365. Even if there’s packet loss, latency or jitter on the underlay network, Cisco SD-WAN will adjust as needed with real-time traffic steering that means zero downtime across the network. Scaling your network is equally as simple with Cisco vAnalytics and zero-touch deployment. Providing detailed metrics Cisco SD-WAN can ensure success when planning expansions and changes across the SD-WAN fabric.
Bandwidth forecasting, application uptime monitoring and unparalleled visibility into network performance trends are just a few features that make bringing new branches onto the network simple. When ready to deploy connectivity a few simple clicks can bring up routers at new locations and Cisco SD-WAN will apply the preferred network policies and templates.
Finally, cisco SD-WAN is secure. With a few clicks you can instantly harden the entire SD-WAN fabric turning certified, trustworthy Cisco routers into advanced multi-layered security devices.
Whether you’re providing guest internet access and require DNS layer security and URL filtering or wish to protect your enterprise from Internet threats with firewalling and IPS or maybe you’re looking to isolate critical assets with segmentation Cisco SD-WAN can do it all from the vManage console. Cisco SD-WAN simplifies cloud connectivity and management improving user experience and enhancing security beyond what was thought possible.
In order to enable Snort IPS, customers need to download the Unified Threat Defense (UTD) Engine .ova file from software.cisco.com into the vManage virtual image repository. After that, the virtual container images are downloaded from vManage to the WAN Edge device to bring up the container with Snort enabled. The Snort sensor is deployed within the router as a virtual container service which monitors the traffic to detect anomalies based on the configured security policy (that includes signatures, statistics, protocol analysis, and so on) and sends log messages to the log server.
Cisco vManage supports Cisco Plug-and-Play or PnP licenses to add edge platforms into SD-WAN overlay. After that, by using the Cisco plug-and-play dashboard at cisco.software.com, you can generate a Viptela file which can be assigned into the vManage portal so the edge devices can be authorized into the SD-WAN fabric. Then, you should purchase a DNA subscription license based on the needed crypto-bandwidth for your network edge devices in the different branches.
If you want to find the features of Cisco SD-WAN DNA subscriptions suitable for your network , you can get details about the price and order by contacting our professionals via “order now” link.
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NSO NED Cisco Viptela vManage:1 Active Prod Netw Svr-Perp
NSO NED Cisco Viptela vManage:1 Active Prod Netw Svr -SIA
NSO NED Cisco Viptela vManage:1 Active Prod Netw Svr-PS
Capability to indicate spin up of vManage and vBond
NSO NED Viptela vManage: 1 Active Prod Net Srv Perpetual