[blank_start]Source IP[blank_end]: Trafﬁc from the same IP address uses the same link.
[blank_start]Source-destination IP[blank_end]: Trafﬁc from the same pair of source and destination IP addresses uses the same link.
[blank_start]Spillover[blank_end]: This method is similar to the spillover method used by ECMP. A link routes all the trafﬁc until the volume reaches a threshold, after that, another link is used.
[blank_start]Sessions[blank_end]: The interface weights determine the proportion of sessions that each link should handle. Sessions are distributed among the links, based on the interface weights.
[blank_start]Volume[blank_end]: The interface weights determine the proportion of trafﬁc volume that each link should handle. Sessions are balanced so that trafﬁc volume is distributed based on the interface weights.
Which method of load balancing is supported by SD-WAN but not supported by ECMP routing?
Which of the following configuration tasks is correct when implementing SD—WAN?
a. Conﬁgure a default route using the sd—wan virtual interface.
b. Conﬁgure firewall policies for each individual member interfaces.
SD-WAN Status check configuration available only via CLI: (select 3)
Which one of the following link attributes is used in SD- WAN link quality measurements?
Which of the following status check protocols is only available from the CLI? .
Which of the following is an SD—WAN rule matching parameter for traffic sources?
a. User groups
b. IPS signatures
You can configure SD—WAN rules to choose the egress interface based on which one of the following parameters? .
Which of the following should be used to monitor the session distribution across the SD—WAN member interfaces?
a. SD—WAN Link Status monitor
b. SD—WAN Usage monitor
When verifying SD—WAN trafﬁc routing with the CLI packet capture tool, which verbosity level should you use?