Is it possible to configure a File Server, which belongs to two o more Connectivity Directives ?.
Or if a system has two o more Edge devices and one core device, how can we configure the Connectivity Directive if the Wan links have different Bandwith and delay?. How can affect this values in the CIFS performance?
In WAAS 4.0, the traffic is tunneled using port 4050, that means the File Server has many MS-DS(445, 139) connection with the WAFS CORE. As a result you can see the IP of the WAE Core in the output of the command "netstat" applied in the File Server. It can affect some account logs, such as, printing report.
As you comment using waas 4.1 the traffic is not tunneled using port 4050, Does the Wae Core still make a MS-DS connection with File Server ? or with this version the CIFS accelerator is totally transparent to the File Server.
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