Cisco WAAS uses several WAN optimization techniques, including TCP optimization called transport flow optimization (TFO), caching and compound compression known as data redundancy elimination (DRE), and persistent Lempel-Ziv (LZ) compression, to improve application performance over the WAN.
The amount of memory installed in a device dictates the level of performance and scalability the device can provide. As the memory capacity increases, the ability of a WAE to handle a larger number of connections or a larger addressable index space for compression also increases. Having larger amounts of memory also enables the WAE to run additional services, such as application acceleration or disk encryption, and positions the device to accept additional features that may be introduced in future software releases.
The NME-WAE family members all have fixed memory capacity and cannot be upgraded. From the WAE appliance family, the WAE-7326, 7341, and 7371 have fixed memory configurations. The WAE-512 and WAE-612, however, have configurable memory options, in that the WAE-512 can be configured with 1 GB or 2 GB of memory, and the WAE-612 can be configured with 2 GB or 4 GB of memory.
The amount of installed memory directly impacts what license is supported on each of the WAE models. The Transport license can be configured on any WAE model that has 512 MB of memory or more, which includes the entire product family. WAE models that have 1 GB of memory or more can be configured with the Enterprise license, which allows the WAE to operate some or all of the Enterprise license features. 1-GB WAE models configured with the Enterprise license (that is, NME-WAE-502 and WAE-512-1GB) can use disk encryption and perform application acceleration for CIFS as an edge device but not as a core device, but can terminate WAN optimized connections as a core device. WAE models with 2 GB or more (including the NME-WAE-522, WAE-512-2GB, WAE-612, WAE-7326, WAE-7341, and WAE-7371) can run the full suite of Enterprise license features as either a core or edge device.
Can you send me the complete output of the WAE # show accelerator ssl.
According to cisco the operational state should be Running and the configuration state should be Enabled.
operational state =Shutdown
there likely is a licensing problem.
Also as the WAAS software comes with over 150 default application policies that determine the type of application traffic your WAAS system optimizes and accelerates.
The effective limit is also depends upon the Application Acceleration policies.
In most cases, you do not need to modify the acceleration TCP settings because your WAAS system automatically configures the acceleration TCP settings based on the hardware platform of the WAE device. WAAS automatically configures the settings only under the following circumstances:
â¢When you first install the WAE device in your network.
â¢When you enter the restore factory-default command on the device.
Introduction This article will help you understand the steps on how to
download the UCS licenses from the Cisco Systems website and then
installing it on the UCS. The redacted (blue lines) just covers up
certain numbers for privacy please do not take them...
Introduction This article will help you understand and educate the
customer on how to clear their "expired licenses"
(license-graceperiod-expired) from their UCS-M. If a customer just
purchased a license and needs a step by step guide on how to download
Introduction Prepositioning is a powerful tools on the WAAS platform but
it is not always easy to figure out why your jobs are failing when
trying to retrieve the files.Here is a method that should help you to
figure out the reason why they are not succes...