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content engine datapacket

Hi

I have a content engine ,its uses for transprancy proxy.

i have two router .one router used for lan and remote connect(wccp enable) and another router connect only for internet.

as example:

router1:203.110.153.10

content engine:203.110.153.11

internet router(inside interface): 203.110.153.12

now router1 gateway 203.110.153.12

and content engine gw:203.110.153.12

I confirure router1 that all http request redirect out to content engine.

router1,contentengine and inside interface of internet router connect same switch cisco 3550.

now problem is::

when content engine not connected then the switch port which connect router1 data transfer 3Mb input/output.

but when content engine connected ,then the switch port of content engine shows 4Mb data Input/output.

I think data transfer increase becuse content engine internal communication with router1 and also internet router.

am i right ?. or if i use transparent proxy then bandwith increase ?.

pls anyone help me ?.

thanks

biplob

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VIP Purple

Re: content engine datapacket

Hello Biplob,

as a matter of fact, the CE is supposed to actually decrease the amount of bandwidth...

You say that data throughput goes up to 4MB, is that only right after you connect the Content Engine, or does it stay at that increased level ? In the first case, that could probably be explained by the CE starting to fill its cache. In the latter, you could try and turn on 'ip accounting' on the interface connecting router 1 to the 3550. The IP accounting data should at least tell you the source and destination of the increased traffic...

Regards,

GP

New Member

Re: content engine datapacket

Hi

Thanks for your information .

For turn on ip accounting i follow this procedure.

#interface fastethernet 0/1

#ip accounting

# show ip accounting

Thanks

Biplob

VIP Purple

Re: content engine datapacket

Hello,

you might have to wait a few minutes for the output to show up first...

Regards,

GP

New Member

Re: content engine datapacket

HI

I configure it in 3550 switch or in router interface.

thanks

biplob

New Member

Re: content engine datapacket

you could configure ip accounting output-packets on router1's interface that connects to the 3550 switch.

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