I think CE _must_ (because this is Cisco!) support sending compressed (read "gzip-ed") pages to client's, but why this not implemented - i don't know :( I have some annoyed customers who want's see gzip-ed content from my CE's and i _really_ want this future.
The cache ACNS releases 4.x, 5.x absolutely do support gzip encoded content. However the CE 505 will not run any recent ACNS code, only older cache engine (CE 1.x, 2.x) code, which only provided real support for http 1.0 and this did not permit encoding of content. The result was that CE 1.x and 2.x removed the accept-encoding header from the request as it passed through.
A bug was opened to add this feature some time ago, but well after CE code was being developed, having moved on to ACNS, so the bug was never actioned. The number is CSCed38945.
This code is long past the final support date now, so no new features or fixes will be available.
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
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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