Dynamic Path Selection

Dynamic path selection is a core component of SD-WAN working in conjunction with link-state monitoring. It works with multi-networked branch offices to push traffic to the best path or route through the network based on data from link-state monitoring.

Dynamic path selection is a core component of SD-WAN working in conjunction with link-state monitoring. When combined with link-state monitoring the level of latency, Jitter and other metrics allow packets to be pushed to an optimal route or distributed across multiple connections. This goes beyond link redundancy with the greatest benefit being the real-time designation of optimal paths, so paths can be chosen based on actual (current) performance as well as the characteristics of application traffic.

It works with multi-networked branch offices to push traffic to the best path or route through the network based on data from Link-State Monitoring.