Scenario: Point-to-point WAN connection between two EIGRP routers. Wan link is taking excessive errors to the point where EIGRP neighbor flaps but link itself does not i.e. line protocol remains up.
Dampening does not help in this case as link itself doesn't flap. Connectivity, however, is intermittent because of EIGRP neighbor flaps. UDP traffic is hardest hit.
Question: Is there a way to take an interface out of action for a period of time (like dampening) based solely on that interface exceeding some predefined error threshold versus it actually flapping? Alternatively, is there a dampening-type feature in EIGRP (beyond the hold timer) that removes routes for a period of time for a neighbor that is flapping?