Outbound policy can not control Multi-SpeedFusion traffic

Hi, guy

I have to create multi-SF tunnels under the same remote ID( or the only Parent SF ) — this is the only way to create multi-SF tunnels:

  1. This parent SF must include all WAN links for all SF tunnels ?
  2. Unfortunately, the 1st child tunnel (default tunnel ) is responsible for detecting and learning LAN subnets/information from the remote site ?

Which way to control the default tunnel traffic ? since outbound policy can not do this ( outbound policy can only control other child tunnels’ traffic )?

Discussed on your other post here

Hi, Martin,

Great thx