OverviewA virtual circuit has the following parameters we can define it
2. Application(s)/ Application group
3. Network Object
4. VLAN Object
Cause1. If either one of the above is incorrect, the user will not see traffic hitting the destined Virtual Circuit.
2. If there a Virtual Circuit above the destined Virtual Circuit, which is a better match for the traffic, all traffic will fall in the first VC. Hence make sure, the more specific VC is placed above the generalized VC. It works just like an ACL. The order is top to bottom.