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Re: ATM Question
From: Walter Prue <prue () ISI EDU>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2000 17:50:17 GMT
Your problem sounds very much like one I have been dealing with. You should
try turning off caching on the ATM interface. My guess is that your problem
will go away. Cisco recommended that I upgrade to a newer release so that
I could again turn on distributed route caching.
On Fri, Oct 06, 2000 at 04:50:10AM -0700, Richard Inhand wrote:
I'm currently looking into a weird problem at an ATM
peering point on the West Coast, when I ping from my
peer router to any of my peers I get some but not
total packet loss, when I ping from one router back or
use the loopback interface as source things are fine.
Whereas, with all my other ATM peering point routers,
for example at MAE-EAST I can ping my peers cleanly
from the same router. This isn't (to my knowledge)
affecting traffic just wondering why this strange
phenomenon should occur only in the one place.
- ATM Question Richard Inhand (Oct 06)
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- Re: ATM Question Walter Prue (Oct 06)