We are experiencing speed issues to our MPLS for some time, we had a similar problem last September which meant our MPLS was unusable, at that time we switched off the Cisco 800 router and the MPLS was fine, switched it back on and it was ok.
At the end of last week the response on the MPLS was unusable again and we have been receiving complaints from the users. We checked out the MPLS and that was fine, rebooted the router which improves the situation.
Today I switched off the Cisco Router, we had some ping tests running which had been failing badly, as soon as we switched off the Cisco the pings were returned perfectly. We left the router off for 10 mins and then switched the router back on; the responses for now appear to be fine.
However, there is obviously a problem with the Cisco 800 router which is causing excessive next work trouble on our network and seems to be flooding our WGuard and the Global Crossing router
(MPLS/Internet) which is not acceptable. This appears to build up over a period of time.