I just want to know the best place for the WAAS Central Manager (CM). We have it today placed on the same subnet in our core with a pair of 7371s. The CM is plugged into 3750s stacked switch. The WCCP options are 61 in on the WAN side and 62 in on the LAN side, no outbound is supported on the 3750 switch. Remote sites that connect to the CM, the WAAS is seeing this as âasymmetric routingâ because it only goes through one WCCP redirect option, not both. If I were to place it on the LAN where our servers are, it will be the same case for the pair of 7371s.
Thanks for the response. I will leave this as is for the CM, but for the remote branches we are seeing a lot of asymmetric routing because some of the traffic only goes through one WCCP redirect option. I can solve this problem by placing option 61 in & 62 out on the same LAN facing interfaces. Are there any problems when having this on the same interface?
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