I have a Single Area OPSF network running across 4 main routers via GigEth Ckts. The OSPF Network is working correctly. I recently implemented MPLS TE creating two Tunnels - One Explicit Path and One Dynamic Path. Two of the Routers also have a T1 Frame Relay Link over which the Explicit path is configured. It is up and woking but I am experiencing 50-60 percent packet loss when pinging between these PE routers. When I force it to the dynamic tunnel it follows the same FR path and experiences the same packet loss. There is no packet loss anywhere else in the network.
This is a Lab environment w/three LAN's Two 7206VXR & Two 3745 routers and Three 3550 Switches - one per LAN
Thank You for your response. The problem may not be an MPLS TE problem.
But would my "path-option" and "priority" being set the same for the Dynamic and Explicit Tunnels cause one tunnel to come up and the other go down and cease to signal. Right now I have one or the other working when viewed w/the "show mpls traffic-eng tunnels" command. If I take one down the other works.
The IPs are 10.1.101.1 & 2/30 respectively for the FR Link. That was a Typo...I have corrected it.
The FR interfaces are not SubInt's as the Serial Interface holds the IP address. These are strictly Point to Point but I have the "IP OSPF Network Broadcast" command set and OSPF going across them.
I have SubInt's set on the Gi0/3 Interface.
Gi0/3.1 & 3.10 for VLAN's 1 & 10
There are not any drops when pinging from Within the routers "Interface to Interface".
But when I ping the LAN Node to Node or from within the Router "if" I do not specify an "interface source" I receive the drops.
The result is the same from either side of the Network on both of the 7206 Routers.
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