Citrix SD-WAN

Configure Routing Domain

Citrix SD-WAN appliances enable configuring routing protocols providing single point of administration to manage a corporate network, or a branch office network, or a data center network. You can configure up to 254 routing domains.

To configure routing domain:

  1. In the SD-WAN web interface, navigate to Configuration > Virtual WAN > Configuration Editor. In the Configuration Editor, navigate to Global > Routing Domains, click Add (+) and enter a Name for your new Routing Domain.

    Routing domains

  2. If you want to default to this Routing Domain, click the Default check box. Click Apply to save the changes. If you plan to implement a single Routing Domain, no explicit configuration is required.

    All new configurations are automatically populated with a default Routing Domain.

    Add routing domain

  3. Navigate to Sites[Client Site Name] > Routing Domains. Click the Enable check box to enable a configured Routing Domain for the Site.

  4. Click the Default check box to make that Routing Domain the default for the Site. Click Apply to save the changes.

    Site level routing domains


    Unchecking Enable for a Routing Domain makes it unavailable for use at the Site.

With 11.0.2 release, Routing domains without routable Virtual IPs (VIPs) is allowed with the following capabilities:

  • Allow a device to have a Routing Domain for untrusted or no Interfaces.

  • Allow branches to communicate among one another over a Routing Domain that has no physical presence at an intermediate site.

Configure Routing Domain

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