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Cisco Bug: CSCun85976 - DRE corrupts data after upgrading to 5.3.5 for L4 HW

Last Modified

Feb 22, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Appliances

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Description (partial)

Data for connections accelerated via WAAS box, is corrupted during transfer, some examples:
-Web-sites are not loaded fully, garbage characters are displayed, HTTP access is very slow - basically, web-sites are unusable. Disabling only HTTP AO does not resolve the issue
- FTP transfer, if accelerated via WAAS, corrupts files in transit (for e.g. if you transfer via FTP some archive, archive cannot be opened anymore)

1. Optimization policy for affected transfer contains DRE optimization
2. One of the boxes is WAE-674, WAE-7371 or WAE-7341 and is using inline interception method. Rest of the WAAS devices are not impacted such as 294, 594, 694, 7541, 7571, 8541, SM-SRE, vWAAS and kWAAS.

Related Community Discussions

WAAS WAE-7341 upgraded from 5.3.3 to 5.3.5 and lost half of company communications
Remote sites running all running 274s or 674s.  All 674s running WCCP, all 274s inline, main office running 7341 inline, CM is on a 274 in main office, it is still on 5.3.5. So, upgrading from 5.3.3 to 5.3.5 broke 60% of all company communications.  I have since downgraded back to 5.3.3, however, at 5.3.5, all SSL traffic failed, Exchange email failed, SAP logons failed, and some CIFS traffic failed.   I shut off WCCP, in one remote site, everything worked, turned it back on, everything failed.  Shutdown ...
Latest activity: Apr 28, 2014
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