SD-WAN 360

SD-WAN Troubleshooting: Is the CLI dead?

February 21, 2020 Rohan Naggi with Anthony Secco Season 1 Episode 23
SD-WAN 360
SD-WAN Troubleshooting: Is the CLI dead?
Chapters
0:00
Introduction to SD-WAN 360
0:42
Guest Speaker Introduction
3:45
Is CLI Dead? How is traditional WAN troubleshooting different from SD-WAN troubleshooting?
9:49
Different traffic types and troubleshooting techniques
14:10
What is the last resort for troubleshooting in SD-WAN?
15:25
QoS and SD-WAN?
20:35
Poor underlay Quality doesn’t mean Poor User Experience
SD-WAN 360
SD-WAN Troubleshooting: Is the CLI dead?
Feb 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 23
Rohan Naggi with Anthony Secco

SD-WAN Troubleshooting: Is the CLI Dead?

Guest speaker : Anthony Secco, Senior Manager of Support Transformation at VMware 

This podcast episode talks about VMware SD-WAN day to day troubleshooting scenarios.

This episode will take you through the troubleshooting transformation from CLI to UI, different troubleshooting tools, QoS, last resort in troubleshooting, and why the troubleshooting is different for each network flow and more.

Support the show (https://www.velocloud.com/sd-wan-resources/podcasts/sd-wan-360)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

SD-WAN Troubleshooting: Is the CLI Dead?

Guest speaker : Anthony Secco, Senior Manager of Support Transformation at VMware 

This podcast episode talks about VMware SD-WAN day to day troubleshooting scenarios.

This episode will take you through the troubleshooting transformation from CLI to UI, different troubleshooting tools, QoS, last resort in troubleshooting, and why the troubleshooting is different for each network flow and more.

Support the show (https://www.velocloud.com/sd-wan-resources/podcasts/sd-wan-360)

Introduction to SD-WAN 360
Guest Speaker Introduction
Is CLI Dead? How is traditional WAN troubleshooting different from SD-WAN troubleshooting?
Different traffic types and troubleshooting techniques
What is the last resort for troubleshooting in SD-WAN?
QoS and SD-WAN?
Poor underlay Quality doesn’t mean Poor User Experience