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Marking SAP packets in WAE-612 v4.1.3a

Hi,

My client ask me if i could mark the SAP traffic with Precedence 1.

What did i done ? Figure "SAP cs1.JPG"

Application Classifier = Figure "SAP Ports.JPG"

When seeing Connection Statistics in CM GUI, filtering destination port 3201, i can see connections but not see the Classifier Name as SAP ....

I had defined as "Classifier" SAP in "Policy Definitions", and had set DSCP Marking as CS1 .

How can i see, if the packets is beeing marked for that specifically Classifier ?

SAP is one of the default Classifier of Enterprise-Applications.

I only want to mark the SAP packets ...

Did i do it right ??

Best Regards.

Bruno Petrónio

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Re: Marking SAP packets in WAE-612 v4.1.3a

Here is the image captures. ;)

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Re: Marking SAP packets in WAE-612 v4.1.3a

damn browser :(

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Re: Marking SAP packets in WAE-612 v4.1.3a

Old connections ->

"When seeing Connection Statistics in CM GUI, filtering destination port 3201, i can see connections but not see the Classifier Name as SAP .... "

New connections already had SAP as Classifier Name.

Marking Packets its working, althought the global policy application is configured to copy the packets, the Classifier Policy Definitions takes priority on behalf of Default Global Policy application.

But... how can i see, in gui or cli, if the packets is beeing marked... and how many ???

Best Regards,

Petrónio

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