RE: [NTISP] CACHING DEVIC
Brian Johnson ( (no email) )
Fri, 14 Apr 2000 09:02:04 -0700
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of David Payer
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> Subject: Re: [NTISP] CACHING DEVIC
> > Actually its relatively simple to tell a cisco to transparently redirect
> > traffic to a proxy server.
> > It is done by defining an ip policy and an access list.
> > i.e
> > Assuming that you want to redirect all your lan traffic to a
> proxy server
> > you would do the following
> That is the point. You don't want all traffic to go through a proxy, only
> the http traffic or other defined protocols.
With a Cisco I can redirect traffic based on port. so I can create a
route-map with a filter to allow only port 80 traffic to be re-directed to
the cache. It is a lot easier to use WCCP if you are redirecting port 80
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