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Re: Intercepting HTTP traffic posted 03/11/2006
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Your configure is correct if g1/1 is the interface facing the internet (or
destination of the web traffic). If g1/1 is the interface facing the users
(or source of web traffic) use the 'redirect in' option intsead. It follows
the same logic as the 'access-group' command.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Emil Patel" <emilpatel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2006 6:54 PM
Subject: Intercepting HTTP traffic


> To intercept http traffic I have configured one of my production router as
> following:
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> Core-I> conf t
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> Core-I> Ip wccp web-cache
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>                                     Int g 1/1
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>                                     Ip wccp web-cache redirect out
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>             Exit
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> I am confused if I need rediect in for the incoming web traffic. Is the
> above config correct and is that all I need to implement web-caching?
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> Thanks
>
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