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Question about WAAS

I've noticed that the outbound packet queue length for interfaces on a WAAS device are much higher than what is considered "normal" on a switch or router interface and I'm wondering if that's normal or if it indicates a problem.  In the monitoring tool that I use (Nimbus), the default outbound packet queue length for an interface is between 10 and 15 (depending on the type of interface).  Most of the WAAS interfaces are consistently at 100 and one is even at 1000 (and, thus, setting off alarms in Nimbus).  Is that normal for a WAAS interface to be at 100+ for the outbound packet queue length?

Thanks,

Steven

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