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Identify "PT in progress" traffic on WAAS 4.0.13

Hi there, i'd like to identify the "PT in progress" traffic on my WAE.

The reason is that i've a high rate of "PT in Progress" traffic.

In Progress:

Bytes 5877 5809

Packets 114 120

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Cisco Employee

Re: Identify "PT in progress" traffic on WAAS 4.0.13

Dieter,

Traffic marked as "PT In Progress" happens for the following reasons:

1. The TCP connection was already established before being redirected to the WAE.

2. A TCP connection marked as pass-through was idle for more than 10 seconds, then began passing traffic again.

In both cases, the traffic is classified as "PT In Progress".

Zach

Cisco Employee

PT in progress is seen

PT in progress is seen generally when the TCP session was established before the WAAS could see it. Meaning the WAAS is only seen data of that session and did not see the handshake.

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