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2019/01/15 09:30:03 (permalink)
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Discard a SD-WAN interface from the default SD-WAN rule

Hello,
 
Is there any way to remove an interface from the SD-WAN rule by default it includes all members of SD-WAN
There is a command for priority:
set priority {integer}   Priority of the interface (0 - 4294967295). Used for SD-WAN rules or priority rules. range[0-4294967295]
If the priority is set to the last number "4294967295" will the interface be discarded for the balancing?
 
Thanks for your attention and looking forward for your suggestions
 
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Andres Camino
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    Re: Discard a SD-WAN interface from the default SD-WAN rule 2019/01/17 06:20:08 (permalink)
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    Hello Forum,
     
    Just as un update, the configuration works. The priority is set and is not taken as a member for the other interfaces that form part of the sd-wan default rule. 
     
    Thank you
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