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What is the correct way to set up an ACL while trying to bypass a webcache?

Brocade documentation (http://www.brocade.com/support/Product_Manuals/ServerIron_AdvSLBGuide/tcs.3.4.html) states in section "Configuring an ACL to Bypass Caching", that an ACL is applied with the command Syntax: # Server cache-bypass 10. It does not state whether the ACL needs to be standard or extended. I have configured the ACL both ways and when attempted traffic to the ACL IP's I am unable to see any hits when reviewing my cache-groups, Syntax: #show cache-group.

 

Output:


The current TCS hash method is least-buckets hash.
Bypass acl id = 10  Hit count = 0

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks

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