Re: Tunnel Interface flaps - but physical interface if fine - Wh
It certainly looks like the issue is that the GRE tunnel keepalives are experiencing enough packet drops to bring down the tunnel. It might be interesting to see the configuration of the tunnel from both routers.
If you want to do some testing I would test with traffic from the router that is stable to the router that has the flapping tunnel interface. I would suggest using an extended ping to generate traffic. In the extended ping I would specify the destination address as the address used as tunnel destination, specify the source address as the address used as tunnel source, and specify a large number of ping packets. Then look to see if there is much packet drop in the ping results.
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