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877 Clicking

Hi guys,

I recently bought 3 877's for a DMVPN job. On upgrading the software to ADVIPServices the router stared clicking. i.e. after the upgrade a clicking noise started to comform within the router, they click every 3secs approx.

With the smae boxes i am having DMVPN issues when they are configured as spokes of the DMVPN i am getting Bad "Refcount in Datagram_Done" errors which seen to be some sort of IOS problem. i have been through a number os IOS's and they same happens with all.

Any ideas???

Regards

Stephen

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  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Re: 877 Clicking

Hi

I did give a try in S/W Advisor tool but it yielded nothing coz till the ISR series routers arent put in the S/W Advisor database.

As per techinical data sheet available in cisco site adv ip services feature set will help u out to get DMVPN working in your box..

http://cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps380/products_data_sheet0900aecd8028a976.html

To get rid of the both the clicking and the error i would suggest to get in touch with the support team or the vendor from where you have purchased this boxx from..

regds

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Re: 877 Clicking

Hi,

I had this here in the UK and it was due to the ADSL interface not operating correctly. I changed the "dsl operating-mode" from auto to ansi-dmt, and the ATM interface came up and the clicking stopped.

Don't know if this applies to you in your scenario, but it worked for me.

HTH

Bill.

Re: 877 Clicking

Hi Bill,

Wow, this seems to be a bit of an issue. I brought mine back to the disty's for replacement. I had mine configured qwith auto also.

I would not accept this. I will get my replacements. If i get an official work from cisco about this i'll post it.

Thanks

Stephen

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