Acceptable level of CRC errors on frame relay WAN links?
I've noticed quite a disparity from one WAN router to another on our network as it relates to CRC errors. However, I have no frame of reference as to what is acceptable. My gut instinct tells me that "786965" is not a good thing (see log information below for details). Any insights on this matter in terms of assessing CRCs would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Re: Acceptable level of CRC errors on frame relay WAN links?
Any input error value for cyclic redundancy check (CRC) errors, framing errors, or aborts above one percent of the total interface traffic suggests some kind of link problem that should be isolated and repaired.
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