Currently we are using WCCP Redirects to point an entire subnet to a Riverbed device to optimize replication traffic. Recently we installed a Point to Point circuit to shift specific replication off of the WAN and onto this point to point. The point to point has been installed on a switch that is connected to the cores over a port channel. The P2P is configured with routed interfaces at each end.
Initial thought was to use Policy Based Routing to peel off the traffic we want to utilize the point to point circuit. However, I am not sure if we could still utilized the WCCP redirects along with PBR to optimize the replication across the P2P.
I could really use some help figuring this one out.
It is not clear whether you are using layer 2 redirection or layer 3 redirection. And I am not clear how you would identify that traffic for PBR. If it is layer 3 redirection then I would think that a host specific static route for the address of the Riverbed with the point to point as next hop would be an effective solution.
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