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WCCP - L2 Adjacency?

What exactly does this mean?

Let's say I have a L3 switch with an SVI in VLAN 10 that I've configured WCCP redirection on and I'm attempting to use L2 for the forward method. 

Then let's say I have a proxy hooked up to that same switch, who's interface belongs to VLAN 20.  Wouldn't this be NOT L2 adjacent, even if it is on the same switch? Wouldn't this NOT work?

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WCCP - L2 Adjacency?

Hi,

     This would work fine, Concept of L2 Adj means L2 Adj from cache engine to switch which in this case you have. Do you see any issues with this?

Ahsan

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WCCP - L2 Adjacency?

Hi,

     This would work fine, Concept of L2 Adj means L2 Adj from cache engine to switch which in this case you have. Do you see any issues with this?

Ahsan

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WCCP - L2 Adjacency?

No, the answer was so simple I just didn't see it!  I was so focused on "L2 adjacency from the L3 address you're redirecting from"..... this was incorrect thinking from the start.

Thanks.

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