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Webcast-Catalyst9k
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wccp

Hi All,

I have configured wccp on my 2811 router for the topology as below the "redirect in" command is applied on the router's interface connecting to the core switches, everything seems to work except that i cannot see a particular ip 10.6.1.xx to 10.3.1.xx on location A silverpeak, however i can see the 10.3.1.xx to 10.6.1.xx on location B silverpeak, however i can see 10.6.1.y to 10.3.1.y on location A and B, its just this particular IP, my acl allows 10.6.1.0/24 to 10.3.1.0/24 on both locations and since i see other packets from same subnet being optimized i do not see a issue with ACL

Is there a command to show if this particular ip is hitting the acl and is being redirected as per wccp or any suggestion please

          Location A                                      Locatino B

silverpeak A --- router01 --- MPLS --- router01 -- silverpeakB

silverpeak A --- router02 --- MPLS -- router02 --- silverpeakB

many thanks

cheers

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wccp

Does 'sh ip access-list' tell you the hits?

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