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Title: Redes wan definidas por software SD-WAN
Author: Suárez Rubio, David
Director: Tuset-Peiro, Pere  
Tutor: Morell, Antoni  
Abstract: SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network), is a technology for configuring and implementing an enterprise WAN, based on software-defined networks (SDN), to effectively route traffic to remote locations such as branches and data centers , on-premises or in the cloud. SD-WAN technology gains significant flexibility and agility benefits by removing the load of managing physical device traffic and transferring it to software, the essence of SDN. Some of the advantages of SD-WAN are auto failover, redundancy, simplified administration, and cost savings, that reduce the cost of maintaining the technology deployed in remote locations. The methodology for this proyect speak about different SD-WAN platforms and choosing one of them to develop it in the project. An Open Source platform has been chosen for which connectivity, performance and redundancy tests have been carried out. The results obtained have been good, three SD-WAN nodes have been installed, one of them in the Amazon AWS cloud. A node has been successfully installed on a uCPE. End-to-end communication between nodes has been established successfully and a communication between two redundant nodes has been established. Performance tests have been equally successful. In conclusion, an SD-WAN environment is similar in performance to a traditional environment.
Keywords: SD-WAN
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jun-2020
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