We have a setup in remote site with 2 WAE 474 . We added the second WAE because we saw TFO overload connections and the users in the site increased. After adding the second WAE, we do not see any active connection in the second box and the first box still gives an TFO overload alarm. Is there any configuration that needs to be done.
We are using WCCP interception method. The setup is as follows. 2811 router ( Ver 12.4.17)>>>>4503 switch>> WAE 1 and WAE2.We are using version 4.1.5c has code in WAE's. The WCCP is turned on the 2811 router.
Thanks. The issue is most likely caused by the hash algorithm used to distrubute load across the WAEs. The hash is fairly basic, and depending on the distribution of client IP addresses at the site, it can cause all traffic to be redirected to a single WAE. You can try including the destination (i.e. server) IP address in the hash with the following command arguments on the WAEs:
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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