Create a Policy-Based VPN element for configuration 3

You must add a Policy-Based VPN element for this configuration.

Before you begin

You must have a custom VPN Profile element for configuration 3.

Note: This basic configuration scenario does not explain all settings related to VPN elements.

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  1. Select Configuration, then browse to SD-WAN.
  2. Right-click Policy-Based VPNs in the element tree, then select New Policy-Based VPN.
  3. In the Name field, enter a unique name.
  4. From the Default VPN Profile drop-down list, select the custom VPN Profile that you created.
  5. Select Apply NAT Rules to Traffic That Uses This VPN.
    This option applies the NAT rules in the policy and the global NAT definition for the Firewall.
  6. Click OK.
    The VPN Editing view opens on the Site-to-Site VPN tab.
  7. Drag and drop the VPN Gateway element that represents the firewall to Central Gateways.
  8. On the Mobile VPN tab, select Only central Gateways from overall topology to define which VPN Gateways provide Mobile VPN access.
  9. Click the Tunnels tab.
  10. Check that the Validity column in the Gateway<->Gateway and the End-Point<->End-Point tables has a green checkmark to indicate that there are no problems.
    1. If the Validity column of a tunnel has a warning icon, see the Issues pane to check what the problem is. If the pane is not displayed, select Menu > View > Panels > Issues.
    2. If issues are displayed, correct them as indicated. Long issues are easiest to read by hovering over the issue text so that the text is shown as a tooltip.
  11. Click Save.