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See a review of the seven standard traffic classes (called QoS profiles) and the recommended default mapping into those classes. Review how you can edit a QoS policy (and rule) using Versa Director to define application level matching within these standard classes.
This use case shows the steps you need to take to complete a rule for URL filtering on a SD-WAN branch template using Versa Director.
This selection of use cases for Lumen SD-WAN with Versa Networks describes how your organization can optimize the connection of your networks to get the most from your service.
Use the Director view to configure and manage Versa Director at the global level. Typically, the configuration here applies to the templates that are deployed across organizations (tenants) and appliances.
From the Configuration tab, you can view and edit the configuration of the appliances or templates for your SD-WAN with Versa Networks service.
In Versa Director, use the Appliance (FlexVNF) view to configure and manage specific Versa FlexVNF devices. The configuration here applies to the selected FlexVNF device and its associated tenants.
You can use the SD-WAN event logs to view network alarms, firewall rules, URL filtering policies, and IP filtering policies.
You can get a get all the information about your appliances including a summary, list of services, and the configuration.
Learn how to monitor your SD-WAN with Versa Networks service to keep it running at peak performance.
You can see your traffic detail on the SD-WAN appliance and the performance of its paths to other appliances.
For your SD-WAN with Versa Networks service, you can view use and performance metrics. These analytics can help you manage capacity and troubleshoot problems.
This use case shows the steps to complete a rule for web traffic flow based on network SLA parameters such as latency, jitter, and packet loss on the WAN connectivity of your branch location using Versa Director. These three steps need to be done to make a complete configuration: SLA profiles, forwarding profiles, policies, and rules.
This use case shows the steps to complete a rule for a voice traffic flow based on network SLA parameters such as latency, jitter, and packet loss on the WAN connectivity of your branch location using Versa Director. Three steps need to be done to make a complete configuration: SLA profiles, forwarding profiles, policies, and rules.
You can view the tenant summary section, which has an appliance list of your devices in the SD-WAN monitor tab.
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions for your Lumen SD-WAN with Versa Networks service.
Get help using Lumen portals to make the most of your services. Access portals to manage your services, tickets, orders, and invoices.
Access support for your Lumen SD-WAN service. Learn how to activate your SD-WAN service and manage your service once it's up and running.
Learn how to start managing your SD-WAN with Versa Networks service and where to access useful tools.