We're using a WAE-7371 with two Cat6509s, each with redundant sup720's [12.2(33)SXI].
The WAE is directly connected to one Catalyst and will use L2-redirect.
We have remote sites with a different WAE chassis installed.
The 6509's have multiple local vlans, perform campus routing, and have redundant WAN uplinks.
Previous personnel & tests have found that enabling wccp on the one Sup720 locked up the card.
To ensure the central-WAAS chassis is correctly connected to the Sup720's,
we should enable "ip wccp 61 and 62" on both Catalyst chassis and:
a. at remote sites, enable "ip wccp 61 redirect in" on the LAN interface(s) and "ip wccp 62 redirect in" on the WAN interface.
b. at central site, enable "ip wccp 62 redirect in" on the LAN interfaces
[L3 vlan interfaces] and "ip wccp 61 redirect in" on the WAN interface.
Now, I've seen some documents that state that we should only use inbound wccp redirection
with Catalyst chassis. Is that statement true?
If so, should we only configure "ip wccp 61 redirect in" on the remote LAN interface and the central site WAN interfaces, correct?