CE550 or CE570 Cache

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Matt, May 12, 2004.

  1. Matt

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    How much load can these handle? Would they be up to 3 - 10 mbs of traffic?

    Also, to configure it as a transparent cache would I need to use a Cisco
    router to redirect to the cache? Is there any other way to do it without
    using a Cisco router?

    I am currently using a Linux based router that also runs Squid as a
    transparent cache. And to put it simply I am sick of it. People complain
    this site or that site won't work quite right and I must add a DST-NAT rule
    to keep that site from being redirected. I want something that just works
    even if it has less hits. As long as it does not slow Internet surfing
    down.

    Matt
     
    Matt, May 12, 2004
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