WCCP redirection stops only after adding third client
I have come across an odd problem where adding a third client to wccp group stops all traffic redirection. I can repeat the problem, and have been told by the vendor of the client software that the software is working as designed with no faults. So I am asking around to see if anyone has any debug commands that might help or perhaps has come across this before.
3560G switch running version 15.0(2)SE4
In the working environment with only two clients, the wccp details look like this:
With this setup everything is working as expected. As soon as I add the third wccp client to the switch, all wccp traffic redirection stops. All of the wccp debugs I have run are showing the correct information, and the switch is sending the correct "I see you", " Here I am" packets.
I am at a loss as to what else I can debug to find out why it stops working if I add the third client.
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