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WAAS- WCCP and inline interception operation!

Hi friends,

Just a small quick Q to confirm this approach is correct or not?

I have a HO where I will be putting in WAAS CM (WAVE 274) and a WAAS appliance (WAVE 694). The plan is to run the interception in "inline mode".

Now the branch office (BO) is having WAAS SM on a ISR 2900 router. And I was advised that this site would be running the interception in "WCCP" mode.

While i was a reading about configuring WCCP it mentioned that all the devices in the WAAS network across the WAN must be running WCCP including the routers edge routers on both ends.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/waas/v441/quick/guide/waasqcg.html#wp1416970

So my question was, in my network environment do I need to have both WAE devices intercepting in WCCP mode or i could use both, inline at HO and WCCP at BO?

Regards,

Mohit

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Cisco Employee

WAAS- WCCP and inline interception operation!

Hi Mohit,

It's perfectly fine to run different interception mechanisms for the different branches, so you can go ahead and have inline in one while using WCCP in another one.

Regards

Daniel

Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS- WCCP and inline interception operation!

Hi Mohit,

You can run inline at HQ and WCCP at branch office. The goal is to intercept traffic on both side. Thanks

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Cisco Employee

WAAS- WCCP and inline interception operation!

Hi Mohit,

It's perfectly fine to run different interception mechanisms for the different branches, so you can go ahead and have inline in one while using WCCP in another one.

Regards

Daniel

Cisco Employee

Re: WAAS- WCCP and inline interception operation!

Hi Mohit,

You can run inline at HQ and WCCP at branch office. The goal is to intercept traffic on both side. Thanks

Sent from my iPhone

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