we hv 2mbps internet leased line...it was working fine and suddenly goes to very slower level..like a dialup connection...where do i find out what b/w i am getting at present?..Is it possible to view in router itself?..
Sh int s0/0 ..shows 5 mins input....something
5 mins outpu ..somethimng...is it the upward and downwad b/w?otr something else..
Yes, itz a good option to have your SP to check the link when you see this problem. Do you have any kind of N/w Analyzer in your setup? That might help to get the key figures in understanding what is causing this. Does it happen daily at the same time or in diffrent time frames. If it happens at the same time, see are there any application servers like SAP etc..are accessed by hugh number of users which might choke up the leased line.
But, to avoid the confusion around it is better to sniff the traffic patterns in your network to see what is causing this. Sh int command might not really help in this case.
What does the error counters show in the show interface output? Is interface is getting reset many number of times because of err packets?? check all these options......good luck
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