I have a functioning, in-service WAAS system. Traffic is being optimized and accelerated. Unfortunately, the traffic summary in the CM GUI looks like this all the time:
It looks the same for the device-level views as well.
As far as I can tell, the policies are mapping the application groups (the counters) to the classifiers. I'm using all the default classifiers and application groups, and have deleted none.
What is unusual about our situation is that when we first received the WAE devices, we deleted the default policies (while it was still in-lab.) Only later did we restore the policies, and we already had WAN traffic passing through.
1 X WAE 612 on 4.1.5a
2 X WAEs 612 on 4.1.3b
WAAS Central Manager on 4.1.3b
Also, would the WAE on 4.1.5a cause problems with the older version CM?
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