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Interface Overrun and Underruns - Meaning

All, I have a HSSI from LDN-NY (DS3) and I am seeing the following incrementing:-

On the London router HSSI

39100 input errors, 39100 overrun

19368 output errors, 19368 underruns

Please could some claify if this is a real issue and should I get the hardware checked out. I have had a look at the "show int" documentation and I dont find it that clear on how to proceed.

Many thx indeed.

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Re: Interface Overrun and Underruns - Meaning

could be due to buffering. Check out this link.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/63/buffertuning.html

click on the output interpreter and then cut and paste the data from a "sh int" and a "sh buffer".

Hope this helps.

-Regards

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