If I understand your question, this router is connected to an Internet ISP and you have lost connectivity both to/from your inside LAN, yet the link is up and you can ping the far (ISP) side of the link?
If true, what does a traceroute from this router show going outbound?
You might want to try a Looking Glass server; see if you internal network is advertised and try an inbound traceroute to your LAN.
From your prior post, about poor performance for vidconf traffic, is this same router? The other side of the WAN link has similar QoS settings to place your vidconf traffic in LLQ; and it does? Reason I ask, as I wrote before, I'm surprised you were seeing performance issues.
Yes this is the same router. I contaced the ISP to separate the multiplexed T1 lines and they said they were going to work on it. After getting off the phone with them, my link went down and never came back up. they stated that they never made any changes, which i find hard to believe.
Yes other side of the WAN link had QoS settings that are similar. Our video conf system sends audio and video as separate packets and rejoins them when they are recieved. Video was always good, but audio was lost when other network activity was present. If no other network activity was present, the video and audio were fine.
Oh, so that's what the route statement was for. ;)
Glad to read you got it fixed. Hope your split gives you the result you need.
On vidconf, I had thought the video might be separate from voice, which is why I asked about ALL the video traffic. When I saw your ACL, I also presumed you were targeting the two end devices, which is fine if the devices don't generate other traffic.
Your last comment about the video being good but not audio, still has me scratching my head. Live video usually isn't all that much more robust them voice; often just bigger stream with wider spread in the instantaneous bit rate. Again, hope the split does the job for you.
One last thing you could try, if you put mixed traffic on same link (which could now happen if you lose just one circuit), put the voice in LLQ and mark the video with something like DSCP CS4, which would give it extra weight within FQ.
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