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LDAP WAAS 4.1.1d

I have noticed that our Directory Services traffic (LDAP) is showing an increase rather than a reduction. I've run into similar issues with Citrix and know that is due to Citrix native compression and encryption and deal with that by altering the policy to use only TFO. However, I don't see why the same thing should happen with LDAP as there are passthrough features for secure LDAP traffic. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks...

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Re: LDAP WAAS 4.1.1d

Normally pure LDAP is extremely compressable, so I would look at the following classifiers to see if you have some non-LDAP traffic hitting them causing your reporting to be skewed.

Directory-Services

LDAP (optimize full)

match dst port eq 389

match dst port eq 8404

LDAP-Global-Catalog (optimize full)

match dst port eq 3268

LDAP-Global-Catalog-Secure (passthrough)

match dst port eq 3269

LDAP-secure (passthrough)

match dst port eq 636

Maybe an encrypted/compressed application is using one of the LDAP ports?

Dan

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Re: LDAP WAAS 4.1.1d

I agree Dan. I've seen the LDAP traffic being comprseed rather dramatically in the past. I will check it out.

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