on doing show serial 0/1, available bandwidth is 48 Kbps and input queue is 0/75/0/0 and output queue is 54/1000/64/0,so maximum tx load can be 100 % but receiving load is only 187/255 beyond which link goes choked...........,
If you don't control, or at least can specify, what the other side is doing with how they manage congestion, you might be unable to improve the situation.
On your side, the snapshot showing your link's output queue, with 54/1000/64/0, would be 100% utilization. This could also contribute to your "choking" but I suspect the default WFQ is running on your interface, which is normally very good, and may be the reason such a load is not a problem on your side. The question is whether the far side is also running WFQ on their output interface or running FIFO. If the latter, you might ask if they'll run the former.
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