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NM-CE-BP-40G - suspicious url

I have the following config: Internal LAN -->PIX-->2651xm with NM-CE-BP configured only for transparent caching.

I got a lot of request hits but only few bytes hits.

The miss reasons, for the vast majority, are suspicious_url, http_none_cachable_reply_status and has_pragma_no_cache.

I am using WCCP ver 2 and ACNS ver 5.1.1, transparent caching.

Anyone can tell me what is happening and something to try to fix it ?

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Re: NM-CE-BP-40G - suspicious url

Well, there is not a lot you can do with most of that. You can ignore client requests to get non-cached responses...

http client-no-cache-request ignore

--or--

http client-no-cache-request revalidate

You may get upset clients if you choode ignore, so revalidate is usually a good compromise.

You can also cache non-cacheable content using rules..

rule action cache-non-cacheable

Does that help?

-Steve

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Re: NM-CE-BP-40G - suspicious url

Entered the following:

http client-no-cache-request revalidate

rule enable

rule action cache-non-cacheable ttl hours 1 pattern-list 101 protocol http

rule pattern-list 101 dst-ip 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

With the 101 rule I intended to cache non-cacheable content received from *all* ip addresses [on the Internet, yes].

Is the syntax used correct ?

Regards,

Eduard

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