I would say it depends on what is in use already. Is the customer using FR or HDLC --- IP or IPX or SNA? If it is a layer3 protocol, is route-cache or CEF enabled?
The customer is visiting me tomorrow so I can get all the information from him!
I think you would be better off getting sniffer trace on the actual hardware in place than replicating it.
Have you stress tested the wan with a BERT or with varying size and pattern pings?
No what I have done is just set up a point 2 point link using HDLC across my routers and used the clock rate command to change the throughput of the serial link.
I used a program called Check to complete this which is very useful.
I also believe he has serious problems as I dropped the clock rate to 64k and my application was still launching ok and he was telling me that he has a 15 minute wait across a 640 k link which feeds into an aggregate pipe of 2048 Kbs.
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