I cannot get wccp to work on my cisco router. I was wondering if someone could check my config and debug information and let me know what's going on.
Here is my configurations:
ip wccp web-cache
interface FastEthernet0/0 description Interface facing internet ip address 192.168.0.10 255.255.255.252 no ip redirects no ip proxy-arp ip wccp web-cache redirect out ip nbar protocol-discovery ip flow egress duplex auto speed auto no mop enabled crypto map ACP
Here is my "show ip wccp" (notice that my Router Identifier is not the address of my interface facing the internet):
Service Identifier: web-cache Number of Service Group Clients: 0 Number of Service Group Routers: 0 Total Packets s/w Redirected: 0 Process: 0 Fast: 0 CEF: 0 Redirect access-list: -none- Total Packets Denied Redirect: 0 Total Packets Unassigned: 0 Group access-list: -none- Total Messages Denied to Group: 0 Total Authentication failures: 0 Total Bypassed Packets Received: 0
I have enabled wccp events and packets debugging and don't get anything.
I currently have my proxy set up with Sonicwalls web configuration and it is working great; fully transparent. The only downside to it is that the access.log file shows all source ips as the sonicwalls IP. I heard wccp maintains the oiginal source ip.
Thanks! Let me know if you need any more information!
I'm sorry, this doesn't help too much. I've done a lot of reading and going through a lot of tutorials and I guess I'm just really confused. They all sorta say different things. I'm using squid v 2.7 which supports wccp. I did not read a single tutorial that said I needed a wccp service group. I've been trying to folow this tutorial: http://www.digitalnerds.net/linux/transparent-squid-with-wccp/ except using wccpv2 instead of 1. I configured my web cache server exactly the same way.
It appears I have a bit of a dilemma than. The internet comes into the 2811 router, but the squid server is off of a 3650 catalyst switch. This means It will not work with my configuration correct? I have an open ethernet port on my 2811 router. Just I hang the web cache server off of that? Is there a better way to configure this? What would you advice me to do?
if the switch acts as a L2 switch there is no problem it is like a direct connection.
if the router and the cache have no IP subnet in common GRE encapsulation can be used on the router and on the web cache (for the latter your link provides reference)
So you should be able to use WCCP also with current setup, but as I noted you may need to tune configuration for GRE support.
Connecting the web cache to a free port on C2811 can be a wise move to make WCCP working in the simplest scenario
After having WCCP working using the direct connection, you can try to move the cache again to the switch.
However, using GRE increases the overhead on the router as packets need to be incapsulated to be sent to the web cache so I would connect directly or via L2 switch the cache to the router (it is enough to put the port of the web cache in the same vlan as the port towards the router)
You can achieve direct connection also via the switch without the need for a dedicated port.
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