My WAAS configuration is up and running but I have lost the graphs from the CM dashboard. Can you tell me how to retrieve them please ?
Also, I have set up the service to intercept and optimise SSL traffic but it just logs them as pass-through only. How can I confirm the WAE-WAE peering is working correctly. The branch side is inline and the core side WCCP.
Not sure about the WAAS CM graph issue. There were couple of defects on this one in earlier releases. If you can provide us sh ver from CM or version details from CM, it may help us. Couple of things you may want to try:
1. Make sure is - open port 8443 and 443 between CM and WAEs.
2. You can try database repair on CM.
WAVE294-1#cms database maintenance full
WAVE294-1#cms database validate
About the SSL config, few questions:
1. Is this working between other sites?
2. was this working before or this is the first time you are trying to optimize SSL?
It all appears as in the document. A simple question, Do I have to generate a certificate on the core WAE and import into the branch WAE ? I can see the traffic being hit based on my interception access lists but none of it is being optimised and all classified as 'pass-thru'. The server ceritifcate is correctly installed on the CM and both WAEs have the secure store initialised and open. I have correctly defined the SSL application (443), classifier and policy.
This is from the core WAE
WADMZJA02#sh stat tfo detail Total number of connections : 0 No. of active connections : 0 No. of pending (to be accepted) connections : 0 No. of bypass connections : 0 No. of normal closed conns : 0 No. of reset connections : 0 Socket write failure : 0 Socket read failure : 0 WAN socket close while waiting to write : 0 AO socket close while waiting to write : 0 WAN socket error close while waiting to read : 0 AO socket error close while waiting to read : 0 DRE decode failure : 0 DRE encode failure : 0 Connection init failure : 0 WAN socket unexpected close while waiting to read : 0 Exceeded maximum number of supported connections : 0 Buffer allocation or manipulation failed : 0 Peer received reset from end host : 0 DRE connection state out of sync : 0 Memory allocation failed for buffer heads : 0 Unoptimized packet received on optimized side : 0 Data buffer usages: Used size: 0 B, B-size: 0 B, B-num: 0 Cloned size: 0 B, B-size: 0 B, B-num: 0 Buffer Control: Encode size: 0 B, slow: 0, stop: 0 Decode size: 0 B, slow: 0, stop: 0 AckQ Control: Total: 0, Current: 0 Scheduler: Queue Size: IO: 0, Semi-IO: 0, Non-IO: 0 Total Jobs: IO: 0, Semi-IO: 0, Non-IO: 0 Policy Engine Statistics ------------------------- Session timeouts: 0, Total timeouts: 0 Last keepalive received 00.3 Secs ago Last registration occurred 16:59:39.8 Hours:Mins:Secs ago Hits: 1036, Update Released: 1007 Active Connections: 0, Completed Connections: 27 Drops: 0 Rejected Connection Counts Due To: (Total: 2) Not Registered : 2, Keepalive Timeout : 0 No License : 0, Load Level : 0 Connection Limit : 0, Rate Limit : 0 Minimum TFO : 0, Resource Manager : 0 Global Config : 0, TFO Overload : 0 Server-Side : 0, DM Deny : 0 No DM Accept : 0 Auto-Discovery Statistics ------------------------- Total Connections queued for accept: 0 Connections queuing failures: 0 Socket pairs queued for accept: 0 Socket pairs queuing failures: 0 AO discovery successful: 0 AO discovery failure: 0
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