I am wanting to know if it is possible to use WCCP within my corporate network. I have some Bluecoat Port 80 devices on each site, and one in a DMZ. I also have a 6509s with MSFCs on each site. Would it be easier to use WCCP or just the advanced forwarding options offered within the Bluecoat configuration. Anyone with experience of this? Any replies much appreciated in advance.
Thanks for this Gilles. Can you clarify this for me please. I have an Internet connection, a firewall, then a Bluecoat port 80 in the DMZ, then a separate Bluecoat in each building doing advanced forwarding to the DMZ Bluecoat. I have several MSFC 6509 and various other routers in between. Can I use WCCP in this scenario? If so can you suggest the best way to implement it. I don't want you to do all the work :) but I would very much appreciate a kick start in the right direction. Best Regards.
Gilles. I have uploaded the file as Bluecoat_Network_mlambe.vsd.
Not sure if you need to know these bits, but the external Bluecoat will proxy Internet DNS resolution, while internal DNS servers will do the company servers. I am looking at using W2K AD to allow site specific PAC files to be sent to each user, so they use the local bluecoat machine for proxying. Anything else that I have missed?
Many thanks for spending time with me on this. It is very much appreciated.
Forgot to answer another of your questions. Yes I am using each site specific bluecoat box as the site proxy. Then advanced forwarding (ICP) is pointing the traffic towards the correct site (for internal web servers), or towards the DMZ internal bluecoat for Internet resolution. regards, mark
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