We installed WAAS last year. We see improvements with file acceleration with Microsoft based files, but no improvement with AutoCAD files. It still remains slooooow. I have even setup a preposition job for AutoCAD 'content' and all of our projects.
I'm running 4.0.15.b.6 on all my WAE devices. Is there a way to tell where WAAS is offering the prepositioned files or if it forcing AutoCAD to go across the WAN in order to retrieve the files it needs ??
Zach, we're in a very similar predicament, where we're seeing very high latency specifically on the large files (30MB or higher). Could you please clarify how an "Optimizations level" number relates to whether or not the file will not be served from cache.
"-server Rx -mbean CifsFileSystemDB -oper query" command on the edge WAE, I see quite a few files with the "optimizations level" of 0. Am I to take from this that even though these files are in the local cache, they would still be served from the file server across the WAN? Are there more conclusive commands to determine where a file is going to be served from?
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
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