I am having a strange problem on my network, where traffic that is incoming from my internet uplink behaves as if it is being shaped. After it hits about 60Mbps, it drops right down - sometimes to as low as 300k, although usually somewhere in the 2 - 10Mb range. I can confirm that the internet supplier is sending all of the traffic, and if I ssh onto router (a 7201) and check the interface I can see from the rx/load that all traffic is being received into the interface - it seems like it's just not being passed on. I've attached a graph, below, to illustrate this.
I can confirm the link is 1000Mbps, full duplex and showing no errors. Neither I nor the internet supplier are doing any traffic shaping. Can anybody offer any guidance? I can post more details, configs, spec, etc, if need be.
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