We have some SCE2020's setup sending RDR's to a CM running mysql. Our SCE has 2 zones, one for national traffic plus the default zone.
under classification we have services configured for the National zone and then also the same services matching * under zone settings to match the default zone. When we view reports (Global bandwidth per service) all traffic just shows under the national zone and nothing shows any traffic for the default zone.
Has anyone come across this, why would my International traffic not show in my reports. When I test the policies im definitely matching traffic to the right policy and being shaped accordingly.
I have a package setup that has a 10Mb/s pipe for national and 1Mb/s for international, when I do testing I get shaped to these values but when I check the reports the reports only shows traffic for the national component.
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