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Packet Loss Within The Router

when pinging from within a router to a interface, what would cause it to drop packets. Also, when pinging to the same interface from outside the router, no packets drop

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Re: Packet Loss Within The Router

hi

do clarify from which ip/interface u r trying to another interface ?with serial to another serial(WAN) or ehternet to serial ??

regds

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Re: Packet Loss Within The Router

Well, I telnetted into the router and ping a WAN interface, POS Interface...and from the telnet session I see packet loss when I ping the POS interface. But when outside the router I dont see packet loss to that interface and when I ping across the link to its remote side, I still dont see any packet loss. Only when I ping from within the router to that interface do I see packet loss.. Pardon me being redundant... thanks

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Re: Packet Loss Within The Router

I've seen this on routers with frame relay interfaces.

If it is a multipoint interface, you may need to map the IP to your own DLCI.

Let us know if it is frame relay or a multipoint type interface and we can dig up more details for you.

thanks

peter

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