I've got a 501 PIX connecting to a 3005, that keeps going down. It comes back up great when I shutdown and reload the outside interface (eth0), but I need to do it evry 40 minutes during the working day.
the 3005 has 5 other 501's connecting to it and I am the only one using DSL and going down.
The interface is telling me that evrything looks great except Collisions and Deferred.
This is an excerpt after 1h30 up
interface ethernet0 "outside" is up, line protocol is up
Hardware is i82559 ethernet, address is 000d.bc7e.dc41
IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, subnet mask 255.255.255.248
MTU 1500 bytes, BW 10000 Kbit half duplex
396543 packets input, 151305101 bytes, 0 no buffer
I currently have the exact scenario for about 40 remote sites. All running DSL/501 to a 3005. What type of DSL router are you using? I would check the router to see if you have any errors on the interface. Also check your DSL error rates as well. You might have a line that is flapping.
The DSL provider has run several tests on line line and said that it clean. I am less than 2000 feet from the DSL pop. The DSL modem is speed stream 5260, and there is no otehr device between it and the PIX.
Resurrection of an old thread I know...but I'm having the exact same problem across 8 sites except the 501's are coming back into a 515. Some of the 501's are using DHCP, some are using statics through dedicated T-1 circuits. It seems to happen about once an hour when theres a lot of traffic going over the tunnel during the working day, and it happens a couple times overnight. Any clues?
I have given up. I worte a script to use with some telnet program (forgot the name right now) so that when it happens the interface Eth0 is shut and reloaded. it takes about 10 seconds. If its not the ISP then it's the DSL modem.
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