Re: OSPF process goes down due to dead timer expiring
Dead timer expired means the router hasn't received a hello within the dead time, so it assumes the neighbor has failed. It sounds like you are losing connectivity for some reason for some period of time.
I would check any console logs for interface events, and then I would do a debug ip ospf nei, or possibly even a debug ip ospf packet, to see if I could figure out when the hello's are being dropped, and what's going on.
What is the cpu utilization like? Could we be dropping hello's because of high cpu util? Is the interface dropping a lot of packets?
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