2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 7, 2016 12:02 PM by Jeff Dias
I am fairly new to Riverbed so be gentle if my question is completely noobish.
The company I work for has several remote sites each of them use a WPA, the configurations are quite simple in each one of them.
The problem we are facing is that we have the following line in each one of the WPA:
in-path peering oobtransparency mode "full"
In my understanding this is setting "full transparency" between the peers during a connection.
But when we check our Netflow Analyzer we get to see several IP conversations between RB from site A and RB from side B, we would like to have full transparency and always see the source IP and port from whichever site starts the session.
I am considering to set the global WAN visibility mode but I am not sure if this is the case.
I am attaching a sanitized version of my running config of one of the WPA.
Thank you in advance.
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