WAAS Max Optimized TCP connections

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May 1st, 2008

Hi everybody,

Anybody knows how Cisco measure the Max Optimized TCP connections? I ask this because one client have a software of Packeteer that measure over 40,000 TCP connections in one link of 2.048Mbps (In this link the WAAS solution will work). We only have one NME-WAE-502 and one WAE-612-2 for applications acceleration and according to Cisco documentation we only can optimized 500 TCP connections with this equipment.

I have this problem too.
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tstanik Wed, 05/07/2008 - 13:31

TCP connection is defined as a connection that is being optimized, between a client and a server. This means that while there are three total connections (client-wae, wae-wae, wae-server) it is counted as one connection.


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