Curious to hear folks thoughts on the importance of individual WAN timeout and recovery configuration when it comes to SFC tunnels, given two possible scenarios:
Scenario 1 - WAN 1 and WAN 2 have equal priority (priority 1) within the SFC tunnel.
Scenario 2 - WAN 1 set to priority 1 and WAN 2 set to priority 2 within the SFC tunnel.
The followup question, what impact does WAN smoothing have on this? My understanding was that if you had equal priority on 2 links, with WAN smoothing enabled, that it shouldn’t matter if one link goes down even undetected because WAN smoothing essentially means whichever packet reaches the SFC cloud first takes priority. Unfortunately in practice this hasn’t been perfect - Starlink still causes blips on video calls. I’ve adjusted my SFC-Streaming tunnel to use WAN 2 priority, since that link is pretty stable, but just wondering if I’ve maybe not got my link-down detection not set aggressive enough and if maybe that was my problem when both links were set to equal priority somehow.