4 tunnel interfaces configured (2) 7206VXR at each site, 2 for primary site and 2 for disaster site. Receiving errors in syslog that the tunnel interfaces @ primary site are dropping (usually several at a time and see to be geographically listed eastern, central & western) regions.
ISP cannot determine where the errors are coming from and we've enabled service-module t1 fdl att for them to check our CSU/DSU stats. The serial interfaces on both ends are clean.
So I understand that it is GRE tunnel inside IPSec? Or visa versa? In any case, when it comes to GRE tunnels, they do not have a control plane, and therefore do not have keepalives. GRE tunnel will be shown DOWN if your router does not have a route to the remote end of the tunnel. Check your routing - it may be flapping.
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