The output drops are in fact not many when compared to the total amount of traffic sent.
Output drops can have many causes, from temporary overloading the available bandwidth to the operation of qos.
With the amount seen here, no special actions are necessary.
With the fallbacks, the story is more or less the same. It all depends on the amount of time over which the value has accumulated. Best course of action is to monitor the parameter regularly and determine the hourly or daily increase.
Most probable cause is the quality or overbooking of the ATM link. Are you experiencing slow performance?
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