i had a 2Mbps ppp link between two branch offices, in the test that I perform, I use to have an average of 1.30 Mbps, now Ive a frame-relay link with a CIR of 1.5 Mbps and in the same test I cant obtain more than 450 Kbps in average, how can I improve/debug this value.
#1 - first make sure that both links are clean (sh interface) of drops and errors. Next ensure that both sides do not have any buffer failures incrementing (sh buff). Next ensure that both sides are at least fast switching data (sh int stat and sh int switch). Next, you can check "sh fr pvc" to look for any FECNs or BECNs (network congestion) or dropped packets. If all that looks clear, then you may want to investigage the FR switch.
#2 - You can do some of the same above, as well as "sh fr lmi" to look for any invalid packets and to ensure that the number of Status Enq. Sent is equal to the number of Status msgs Rcvd. You should also verify that both ends are using the same LMI type.
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