I have a mysterious problem with my Internet connection. The Edge topology is in the attachment so are the most important "show" commands. We have a 50Mb/s symmetric Internet connection. When we use Internet through ASA the download speed does not exceed 3Mb/s whereas the upstream is at about 45Mb/s. When we connect our LAN directly to 2960 the downstream increases dramatically up to 47Mb/s whereas the upstream remains at about 45Mb/s. Duplex is manually set to 1000/full on all interfaces. All that I have noticed are dropped packets on outside interface (Gi0/0). The reason is unclear. Could that be the reason for speed degradation?
I don`t think it is a duplex mismatch issue as packets are dropped on logical interface "outside" but not on the physical. The second reason is tha all ports are configured for 1000/Full manually. I`ll try aplying auto-negotiation on this ports may be it will help.
I have faced the same problem in my newly deployed network. I have two ASA5520-AIP20-k9. both connected to IPS and configured as Active standby failover. the ASAs were working fine at first but later on, the internet connection becomes very slow. the ping reply i am getting from my next hop(ISP router) is some times in 2000 msec or above
when I directly connect my laptop to the link that comes from the ISP its ping reply is 1msec and 2msec.
can you please post the solution to this problem you faced 3 years ago. or anyone who have faced and resolved this problem please post the solution.
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Types used with Twice NAT / Manual NAT and Network Obje...
Table of Contents Introduction:This document describes details on how
NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
ESP is an IP protocol in the same sense that TCP an...