and gets packet losss the problem is between you
Quoting Sahil Gupta - Net4U Limited <sahil(a)sahil.net.nz>nz>:
As below with "###"
On Sun, 31 Mar 2002, Malcolm Lockyer wrote:
Let me just jump in here, since I was on site..
On Sun, 31 Mar 2002, Craig Whitmore wrote:
> A few things which may help (not in any order)
> 1) Look at Stats of Frame-Relay Connection (Any Errors??) (Geting Telecom
Don't know - forgot the router's ip address, so I can't telnet in and
check - sahil will though. (just do a show frame-relay pvc right?)
> 2) Are they getting what they are paying for? Are they getting CIR
any errors occur? Remember the 384K is not promised, only 64K is
promised, any extra bandwidth depends on ALOT of things.
Don't know - originally it was being traffic shapped at 384K - which I
thought could give the same behavior (ie - the cisco over subscribes the
bandwidth). After removing the traffic shaping - the pings were a little
### I think that the guy needs to up his PVC, I feel he is pushing through
more than the CIR of the circuit and the circuit seems to be falling close
to the CIR most of the times.
3) Define "Packet loss"? slow
Well - we've only heard from the asian guy (no offence, but kinda a
bad at english) that they get packet losses up to
45%, and when they get
packet loss the whole internet is "slow", and people get the "cannot find
### He gets packet losses the moment they begin to download, he
unfortunately pings "www.winz.co.nz" and "www.net4u.co.nz". While
he doesn't get any packet loss even while
downloading, only thing when he jumps out of our network and onto the WWW
he begins facing packet loss i.e. while pinging www.winz.co.nz
> 4) Check Settings on Routers on either end (Are both ends different
compatibility issues between hardware))?
Nope - there is a cisco 2501 and a 2503.
5) Check Telecom has Circuit defined right..
Dunno - we should ask though.
###I think Telecom have set it right. Only thing using MRTG I have seen
them pull upto 440k. Which is why I decided to traffic-shape their link
as it was affecting other users.
> 6) Are routers running at high CPU? For example 2500's can't handle
thru them without going Kaput and slowing things down
Umm.. both the routers were running at about 45ish% cpu usage. However,
there was very little ram on the 2503 (4mb) - and it is handling about a
meg of shaped traffic now - could that be it?
###Today, I went and swapped the 2 DRAM Chips around (BTW, Malcolm that
bent case isn't shutting.. you may need to come around) it seems better,
but not the BEST. I have also ordered in some 16MB Parity Kingston RAM,
I'll give that a go.
7) Check External Devices (ethernet convertor on
The AUI trancivers seem fine.
> 8) On Frame Relay connections, you have not "over subscribed" the Access
total of 2M CIR's over a 1M Circuit)?
Well - its possible with the traffic shaping rules we were using (ie -
shaped to the PIR - when it is running a 25% CIR)
###Nope, definately NOT. Our end has 3 PVC's off our 1Meg Access and
they sum up to 1024k
9) MTU set right on both ends?
Dunno - Sahil - check
### They both say "0 01"
Thats just some info about what happenes - any more ideas?
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