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ISR 4321/ISR4331 help

Hi,

We have two ISR 

One ISR4331 will be in central office, and one ISR4321 will be at remote site

Is it right i need to configure my ISR4331 as a WAAS central manager and need to add ISR4321 to Appnav?

I need some design help

I also cant connect to my CM ip address

FAILED to enable management services

my interfaces are:

Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol
GigabitEthernet0/0/0 192.168.9.1 YES manual up up
GigabitEthernet0/0/1 10.5.36.100 YES manual up up
GigabitEthernet0/0/2 unassigned YES manual down down
GigabitEthernet0 unassigned YES unset administratively down down
AppNav-Compress1 10.5.36.100 YES unset up up
AppNav-UnCompress1 10.5.36.100 YES unset up up
Loopback0 10.4.48.150 YES manual up up
Tunnel0 10.4.48.150 YES unset up up
VirtualPortGroup31 unassigned YES unset up up
Vlan1 unassigned YES unset administratively down down

My WAAS config initial is:


a) WAAS Image and Profile Size:
bootflash:/ISR-WAAS-5.5.1.12.ova (980541440) bytes
ISR-WAAS-750

b) Router IP/mask:
10.5.36.100
255.255.255.0

WAAS Service IP:
10.5.36.8

c) WAAS Central Manager:
10.4.48.100

d) Router WAN Interfaces:
GigabitEthernet0/0/0

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Hi,

yes that's correct - You'll need either a :

  • WAVE appliance (a Wave-294 will do)
  • a virtual WAAS (vCM) running on some hypervisor

as Central Manager.

Best regards

Finn

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Hi,

Technically yes, but please take a look at this :

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11089901/waas-without-central-manager

Even though the answer is old, it still is valid.

So in short : it will work, but it's not recommended nor supported.

Best regards

Finn

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Is it right that ISR 4321 and 4331 can be used as a Waas node only ? and cant be used as Central Manager ?

Hi,

yes that's correct - You'll need either a :

  • WAVE appliance (a Wave-294 will do)
  • a virtual WAAS (vCM) running on some hypervisor

as Central Manager.

Best regards

Finn

Thanks for answer,

I would like to ask you also if it is possible to create WAAS infrastructure between two ISR 4300 only without WCM ?

Thank you

Hi,

Technically yes, but please take a look at this :

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11089901/waas-without-central-manager

Even though the answer is old, it still is valid.

So in short : it will work, but it's not recommended nor supported.

Best regards

Finn

Thank you,

i would like to ask you one thing,

so for example i initially configured waas node:

a) WAAS Image and Profile Size:
harddisk:/ISR-WAAS-5.3.5a.5.ova (941127680) bytes
ISR-WAAS-1300
b) Router IP/mask:
Using ip unnumbered from interface Port-channel1.64
WAAS Service IP:
10.5.36.8
c) WAAS Central Manager:
10.4.48.100
d) Router WAN Interfaces:
GigabitEthernet0/

The question is what is the b) menu, what Router/IP mask does the waas need? 

The second question is, after initial config, how can i change initial configuration, for example waas service ip or i want to change WAN interface

Thank you

Thank you,

i would like to ask you one thing,

so for example i initially configured waas node:

a) WAAS Image and Profile Size:
harddisk:/ISR-WAAS-5.3.5a.5.ova (941127680) bytes
ISR-WAAS-1300
b) Router IP/mask:
Using ip unnumbered from interface Port-channel1.64
WAAS Service IP:
10.5.36.8
c) WAAS Central Manager:
10.4.48.100
d) Router WAN Interfaces:
GigabitEthernet0/

The question is what is the b) menu, what Router/IP mask does the waas need? 

The second question is, after initial config, how can i change initial configuration, for example waas service ip or i want to change WAN interface

Thank you