+ 1 Votes show ip wccp summary robo_dev 2 years ago I have never set this up, but I believe it's similar to a VPN tunnel in that traffic needs to go in two directions Overall, need to make sure there is an ACL and the Tunnel is passing traffic both in AND out. This is all very IOS version dependent. show tunnel groups wccp http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_2/configfun/configuration/guide/fcf018_ps1835_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-15782 + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer luv2fish92 1 year ago Thanks robo_dev. What you say makes sense. If a switch port is configured as a routed port using the "no switchport" command (layer 3 mode)it no longer functions as a switch port (layer 2 mode)and can't be part of a VLAN. So you are correct there. The switch I am using is a Cisco Catalyst 3560 24TS-S which is a layer 3 switch. It just has a basic config with VLANS set up to separate the switch ports. Nothing more. No routing protocols enabled. The Cisco 6503 is performing the routing functions for my setup. To answer Faisal7c's question, I am redirecting traffic inbound as described in my initial post. Thanks you both for your assistance. + 1 Votes Also forgot to add robo_dev 2 years ago if the Cisco switch is a Layer2 or layer3 switch. If it's layer 2, then the VLAN IP is only needed for an external router to handle broadcast traffic for the VLAN, if it's layer3, then the IP of the VLAN becomes the gateway for the devices on the VLAN.