On the WAE, I configured l2-redirect and mask-assign based on a config example I came across. I don't quite understand the function of these two keywords. Below is the Command Reference for the "wccp tcp-promiscuous" command:
Re: WAE - Clarification on "wccp tcp-promiscuous" command
The WCCP configuration on the WAE is correct, however on the 6500 you should avoid the use of outbound redirection and the 'ip wccp redirect exclude in' command. Both of these commands cause a portion of the WCCP redirection to happen in software (versus hardware).
Instead of configuring outbound redirection, you can move that service group to the server-facing interfaces as inbound redirection. By only using inbound redirection, you also no longer need the 'redirect exclude in' command.
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