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2021/01/05 03:28:19 (permalink)
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SD WAN Issue

I am setting up a Fortigate 60F (FortiOS v6.0.9) with SD WAN for failover from a PPOE fiber connection (WAN1) to a DHCP 4g router (WAN2) but am running into an issue.
 
WAN1 and WAN2 work individually with my IPv4 policy when configured as the outgoing interface, but when I add WAN2 to the SD WAN and change the IPv4 policy outgoing interface to SD WAN my clients have no internet connection. I have WAN2 as the single interface in the SD WAN with a load balancing rule for 100% of the sessions as I don´t want to remove the WAN1 connection from my other policies until the SD WAN is working.
 
I have configured a performance SLA with a successful 8.8.8.8 ping on the SD WAN.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
 

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    Darkstar
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    Re: SD WAN Issue 2021/01/06 02:03:41 (permalink)
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    Did You set up gateway for sd-wan member interfaces? There are zeroes in your pick. Not that much of experience on previous versions, running 6.4 ant sd-wan is much different there. Update yout fortigate before, it will get messed up after update as it introduces new concepts like sd-wan zones.
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    Re: SD WAN Issue 2021/01/11 06:57:44 (permalink)
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    you need to route the traffic to the sdwan interface.
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    snud
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    Re: SD WAN Issue 2021/01/14 08:29:13 (permalink)
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    I have updated the gateway for the SD-WAN interface members to the default gateway that was retrieved from the server when configuring the WAN2 interface (192.168.8.1). The WAN2 interface is a Huawei B315 with a 4G sim. Is this correct?
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