on output you have late collisions and your interface is set to 10 Mb/s half-duplex. Check the following:
1) does the duplex setting match the provider interface settings?
2) Do your interface settings on both ends of your EoMPLS circuit match?
If the provider has full duplex on both of his interfaces to you, which is not unlikely the case, then your end devices have to match. But even in case both are set to half duplex, the round trip time will be too large to avoid collisions, as the "cable length", i.e. circuit length, is much longer than the 100 meters specified for ethernet. That would explain the late collisions.
[Edit] Note that auto negotiation does default to 10 Mb/s half duplex and there are known cases where autonegotiation does not work.
My recommendation is to set all involved interfaces to full duplex assuming your provider supports that.
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