Hi anyone, I have the following configurations and scenerio;
My HQ office is using a 2610 with two ethernet ports (10 BASET Half-Duplex);
eth0/0 - 18.104.22.168
eth0/1 - 22.214.171.124 - Internal LAN
From eth0/0, it's connected to the ethernet port of the Aironet Bridge 350 with ip address - 126.96.36.199. From this bridge, its disc shoots to another building with the root bridge of ip address 188.8.131.52. From there, it shoots back to our local ISP with gateway 184.108.40.206 for Internet Access.
The above configurations had been adopted for about 10 months, so fa so good but then since recently these two weeks, problems occur - the link to Internet (up to 220.127.116.11) up and down.
From my Internal LAN here, I can ping up to 18.104.22.168 (constantly NO timeout),but we I ping to 22.214.171.124, the link will up for about 2 minutes and then down for 20 secs and up again by itself.
I had been trying to change the Aironet bridge at both sides (126.96.36.199 & 188.8.131.52), the same thing happens.
Please suggest any solution to fix these problems.
You didn't say how often these link up/down conditions are occurring - try to pattern out the times of the day, and days of the week, in which these outages occur. Is there construction going on nearby? It could be interference somewhere close by as well as to the other suggestions about a neighboring bridge.
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