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How to verify optimization in Riverbed via CLI and GIU ?

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CMC shows that it is disconnected to all its connected Riverbeds. I want to verify if individual Riverbeds are optimizing traffic or not. How do I check wheather traffic is optimized by  riverbed ? WHat is the CLI command for this ? & how can we check the same in GUI?

MANY Thanks!
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Via GUI, go to Reports->Current Connections to show current optimized sessions.
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Thanks Kevin ...... it was perfect .... You just missed one detail it is actually

Rports..Networks....Current Connections


THanks!
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Late at night, from memory. ;-)
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