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WAAS-Outbound Connections not being optimised-Urgent!!!

Pease help,
Am deploying cisco waas,i am in great problems,outboud connections are not being optimised.Its so bad because the client has invested alot into this solution and he's not getting the benefit.
On the CM if i log in to EDGE wae to check the optimised connections details-am getting good results for inbound branch connections but noting happens to outgoing branch connections.
Am using inline method of interception,i have configured everything as per the WAAS deployment guide.

Is there any configuration that needs to be done to ensure both the inbound and outbound connections are being optimised?what could have failed to configure.Am using WAAS release 4.0.19.

Some output from the Edge WAE:

WAAS-EDGE#show interface inlinegroup 1/1
Interface is in intercept operating mode.
Standard NIC mode is off.
Disable bypass mode is off.
VLAN IDs configured for inline interception: All
Watchdog timer is enabled.
Timer frequency: 1600 ms.
Autoreset frequency 500 ms.
The watchdog timer will expire in 1266 ms.
Inline Port Statistics Of The Group:
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WAN Port :
===========
Device name      : eth2. Bypass master interface.
Packets Received   : 571643
Packets Intercepted: 547269
Packets Bridged    : 26381
Packets Forwarded  : 503553
Packets Dropped    : 0
Packets Received on native      : 0
Active flows for this interface : 0

Ethernet Driver Status
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Type:Ethernet
Ethernet address:00:E0:ED:12:C4:6C
Maximum Transfer Unit Size:1500
Metric:1
Packets Received: 571622
Input Errors: 0
Input Packets Dropped: 0
Input Packets Overruns: 0
Input Packets Frames: 0
Packet Sent: 537225
Output Errors: 0
Output Packets Dropped: 0
Output Packets Overruns: 0
Output Packets Carrier: 0
Output Queue Length:100
Collisions: 0
LAN Port :
===========
Device name        : eth3. Bypass slave interface.
Packets Received   : 529105
Packets Intercepted: 498119
Packets Bridged    : 33692
Packets Forwarded  : 536904
Packets Dropped    : 0
Packets Received on native      : 0
Active flows for this interface : 0

Ethernet Driver Status
-------------------------
Type:Ethernet
Ethernet address:00:E0:ED:12:C4:6D
Maximum Transfer Unit Size:1500
Metric:1
Packets Received: 529088
Input Errors: 0
Input Packets Dropped: 0
Input Packets Overruns: 0
Input Packets Frames: 0
Packet Sent: 563269
Output Errors: 0
Output Packets Dropped: 0
Output Packets Overruns: 0
Output Packets Carrier: 0
Output Queue Length:100
Collisions: 0
Base address:0x4040
Flags:UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST

WAAS-EDGE#show statistics tfo saving
Application           Inbound                Outbound
---------------------- ----------------------
Other
Bytes Savings                    3655876                      0
Packets Savings                    82589                     93
Compression Ratio                  3.0:1                    1:1
Authentication
Bytes Savings                          0                      0
Packets Savings                        0                      0
Compression Ratio                    1:1                    1:1
Backup
Bytes Savings                          0                      0
Packets Savings                        0                      0
Compression Ratio                    1:1                    1:1

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Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS-Outbound Connections not being optimised-Urgent!!!

Nicholas,

There is no special configuration required to optimize outbound versus inbound connections.  If you are still having this problem, can you please tell us what the ConnType is for the pass-through connections in the output of the 'sh stat conn' command?

Thanks,

Zach

Community Member

Re: WAAS-Outbound Connections not being optimised-Urgent!!!

Thank you for replying to this,

Outbound connections were actually being optimised-i was lookiing at  the statistics for long period of time and hence there was little to see.

All the same thank you for your concern.

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