There might be several things that could explain what you are seeing and the lack of impact.
- I see that this interface is a member of a multilink bundle. It is possible that the other members of the multilink are carrying traffic and that is why the remote site is not experiencing connectivity issues.
- we do not know what is physically connected there and whether that device generates DSR or CTS or not. Is it possible that the device does not generate these signals and works normally without them?
- we do not know how the interface is configured and whether there might be something in the config that could help to explain what is going on. Perhaps you can post the config of the interface.
- the fact that it shows line is up and line protocol is up seem to indicate that the interface is operating ok. If you do a show interface, wait a bit, then do another show interface are the counters of packets going in and going out increasing?
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