im having an indirect voice issue. my phones at a remote location goes down for half a second (probably once a day trying to go into SRST mode). ive identified the issue but that about as far as i can get. here it is. if i clear the counters on the router and then wait till the phones drop, i see "throttle" being incremented. clear again and same thing happens. no interface resets or crc etc. It's defintely the throttle but im not too sure what this means. i did some searching and they said its explorer packets. that cleared things up a lot - Kidding :)
See below and any help would be greatly appreicated as usual
Received 47201389 broadcasts, 0 runts, 0 giants, 1 throttles
thanks a lot for the response. i found some documents last night explaining this and as well i enabled some accounting to see if a mac add might be overloading the interface. its a little strange that we enabled nbar and around that same time it started occuring. nabar was disabled but issue still continued.
im monitoring. im hoping its a PC thats causing this and the accounting should show me
thanks again....chalk this one up as another learning experience for me :)
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