i installed WXC in one of my customers site, the problem is that the wx is connected to L3 switch, which have about 5 vlans, wx is seeing only the subnet 192.168.200.0 for compression, i have 10.66.x.x.. 5 networks, i need to add them to compression, how can i do that please!!
Andre's command is used to allow the box to advertise subnets it see from the remote side of the box. If you add a static route and the def gw resolves (via arp) on the remote side by default we won't advertise this compression subnet. Advertised subnets should be lan side but there are occasions when the subnet is lan side but the gateway is on the remote side, as in the situation when the CE router is doing the inter-subnet routing.
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Danny Jump Technical Marketing Manager - Access and Acceleration Business Unit
I have my Juniper WXC in-line between the Core LAN switch (local) and the firewall (remote).
It is compressing correctly etc for it's configured subnet of 192.168.10.0/24.
However when I try to add another subnet, by adding as a static route, in this case 192.168.20.0 and then ticking it in the 'advertise WXC compression subnet' box, it breaks the communication for that subnet!
So now, 192.168.10.0 communication to it's peer subnet will work but 192.168.20.0 communicating to its peer subnet will drop the packet if traffic it matches is set to either compression or NSC (acceleration is ticked and is fine).
So if I have RDP enabled for acceleration and compression (as an example), I can successfully RDP from 192.168.10.0/24 to its peer subnet but can't RDP from 192.168.20.0/24 to its peer subnet.
If I deselect compression from RDP, I can then RDP successfully from both subnets to its peer subnets.
It is hard to say without a more detailed view/diagram of the setup and the configuration of the boxes. It may be something wrong with the way local routing is configured, something to do with the way compression subnets/remote routes works, any source/destination filters involved?, etc.
I have just added a subnet to the LAN at our datacentre for voice and it routes via the L3 switches. I have specified the subnet and marked fro compression but I see no traffic. Should the default gateway of the new subnet in the Juniper WXC be the ultimate router or the L3 switch?