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Problem with stickiness in CSS

Hi,

I'm trying to configure a stickiness for wireless clients ( mobile phones) that accessing our sites through WAP gateway.

After doing some manual reading and some testing I created the following configuration that still doesn't work:

service server1

ip address 10.10.10.1

port 80

protocol tcp

keepalive port 80

keepalive frequency 10

keepalive uri "/heartbeat"

keepalive type http

active

service server2

ip address 10.10.10.2

port 80

protocol tcp

keepalive port 80

keepalive frequency 10

keepalive uri "/heartbeat"

keepalive type http

active

header-field-group wap

header-field 4 custom "x-up-calling-line-id" contain "34"

content http

vip address 10.10.5.10

port 80

protocol tcp

add service server1

add service server2

active

content wap

url "/*"

protocol tcp

port 80

vip address 10.10.5.10

add service server1

add service server2

advanced-balance wap-msisdn

header-field-rule wap

no persistent

active

theoretically it should check whether x-app-calling-id header contain digits 34 - in case of existence it should perform a sticky connection to the same server all the time ,if not it should go to standard http connection that is load balanced with round robbin

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Cisco Employee

Re: Problem with stickiness in CSS

is the traffic matching the wap rule but not sticking, or is it matching the http rule.

Just want to see what we have to troubleshoot.

Do you have a trace of the client traffic so we can see what it countains.

Thanks.

Gille.s

New Member

Re: Problem with stickiness in CSS

First of all thanks for the response.

#show rule test-1 test-wap services

The output is :

server1 6,521,242 S-1 Alive 25 HTTP-80:H 0 0

server2 5,494,544 S-1 Alive 18 HTTP-80:H 0 0

so i guess it hits the rule

I also have about 1 million hits on the http rule.

So i guess the rule is being hit but the stickiness is not working correctly.

Are there any specific commands you can recommend to troubleshoot?

Cisco Employee

Re: Problem with stickiness in CSS

if the problem is stickyness, the problem is that the CSS can't find the MSISDN tag.

This is the only place we look for the client id.

Get a sniffer trace and see if this tag is there.

Gilles.

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