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WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

I am trying to configure a redirect on my 4506 device to restrict some data from being processed by the WAE located in my datacenter. Outside the redirect-list command, how do I prevent data from being processed by the WAE?

The IOS I am running is bootflash:cat4500-entservicesk9-mz.122-40.SG.bin and I run WCCPv2 on both the edge and the core appliances.

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Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

Frank,

Redirect lists are not currently supported on the 4500/4948 platforms. This limits your ability to perform more granular redirection (beyond what is specified by the WCCP service group).

Zach

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Re: WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

Zach,

Thanks for your timely response. Is it possible to use the service group approach to block subnets that I do not want the WAE device to process?

On another note, if I have 2 frame relay subinterfaces. Where do I need to apply the "IP wccp 62 redirect in" command. Should I put them on only the physical interface (S0/0) or on both of the subinterfaces (S0/0.100 and S0/0.109)?

Thanks

Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

Frank,

Not sure I understand the question about "the service group approach". Can you please elaborate?

For the second question, WCCP would be configured on the sub-interface (i.e. the ones with the IP addresses configured).

Zach

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Re: WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

Zach,

Please allow me to rephrase my earlier question.

How can I prevent certain subnets from being processed by my core WAE that connects to the 4506 without using the redirect-list? You made mention of the service group method and I wanted to know how I could use that to stop certain traffic from being processed by the WAE.

Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS Redirect -list on 4506

You can configure a policy in WAAS for the subnet(s) you want to bypass and set the policy-map action to 'pass-through'. There is no way to prevent the 4500 from the redirecting the traffic.

Zach

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