I am trying to understand how wccp service redirect determines when to and not to redirect traffic.
Given the below:
int gi0/0 ---> inside lan interface
int gi1/0 ---> WAE connected interface with redirect exlude in
int s0/1 ---> WAN interface
ip wccp 61 redirect out
ip wccp 62 redirect in
From what i've understood so far, traffic coming from a client will enter the inside interface and hit the serial interface and given the redirect 61 statement will be redirected to the WAE via int gi1/0. After the WAE optimizes the traffic, it sends it back to the router and the packet then makes it way out the serial interface to a remote destination where another WAE is set.
My question is, does the WAE tag the optimized traffic that when it reaches the serial interface of the router, wccp of the router sees this and does not redirect it back to the WAE?
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