Packets Larger Than Fragmentation Size Get Dropped in FR
Hello, if anyone can help me with this issue, then i would greately appreciate it.
I have 3 offices with FR links through my ISP MPLS networks. The central office has 1536 kbps link and the other 2 remote offices each has a 512 kbps link.
I am doing VoIP over the FR links with policy-based fragmentation on the subinterface. I configured the fragmentation size to be 640 bytes (the recommended size for 512 link) for each FR link. The central office also has the fragmentation size of 640 bytes even though it has a 1536 kbps link because i needed to keep the fragmentations size consistent with all my FR links.
The problem is when sending packets that are larger than the fragmentation size (>640 bytes), the packets get dropped. When i removed the fragmentation configuration, then everything works fine.
Does anyone have any idea how i can configure fragmentation correctly on FR links? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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