I have a Frame-relay network. Remote offices have 512k, 512k, 768k, and 768k, connection speeds. They all come to my core router with a 3mb (dual t1's) connection. On the PVC that goes to one of my 512k connections I see alot of "in FECN pkts" and also "in BECN pkts". I read somewhere that if my incoming connection speed was larger than my remote offices that this could happen. Should I employ traffic shaping? If so can someone suggest a syntax for me?
Do you have several different types of traffic in and out of those sites, that is, SNA, and IPX ? I asked because there are certain gudelines to look into before implementing frame-relay traffic shapping. Your sites PVC's are way over 56kbs, no necesarily 512kbps is a bottleneck unless you are sending SNA or IPX traffic over those links. Just a thought !
Does these sites are complaining of slowness, look into the link Utilization, that would give a better picture if line is very congested.
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