So we are getting peer termination logs on this side of the EIGRP neigbhorship, which means the other peer is sending a "Reset" packet for the EIGRP process.
The question would by why is it sending that information?
Based on the errors you are seeing on the interface counters,etc I think the other side is not receiving hello packets from this side on the right time (Hold-Time reached).
A debug will definetly let us know what's the cause of the reset.
EIGRP by default reserves 50% of the available bandwith for the Control-plane processing for EIGRP and in this case I can see you are providing 5 % (On the first one) which seems to be too low but anyway let's run the debug and provide us the output.
Helllo have you tried removing.the specified eigrp classifcation from the class class-default as routing protocols are by default assigned to this class anyway -For on such a.link leaving the class class-default for igp should be applicable
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Assuming this a a full T1 and not a fractional T1, then your bps should be 1544000. So if you give the VoIP class "priority percent 50", if there is congestion on the link, then it's going to give 50% of the interface "bandwidth" to that queue, and that queue will be servicd untill it's empty, which will then let it go to other things (That is if congestion is taking place).
The above is correct about EIGRP taking up to 50% of bandwidth by default or "can" I should say. Try doing a 'show policy-map int x/x" and check out the values. You can also change the default bandwidth that EIGRP reserves.
Also, what is in 'show logging' when the neighbor relationships are peering. Are any interfaces going down?
Basically the T1 feeds a small lodge. There are maybe 3-5 VOIP phones connecting to a very large Avaya system across the T1. Maybe 2-4 Workstations. I have 5 or 6 similar locations that do the same thing.
Oddly I checked the utilizaton on one link that was bouncing a lot and it was like 30/255 both in and out.
I even changed the hold timer to 60 seconds and it did not help.
If I follow what you are saying. Say all 5 phones are in use at the same time and some user starts streaming a youtube video. Since I gave the VOIP calls 50% and the youtube video took all the rest, the EIGRP hellos are dropping or something?
I had to remove the policies becacause I have a SLA I have to maintain at these locations and I can't have links flapping all day. My boss wants to just use static routes cause the locations only have one or 2 vlans on site.
If I ping the edge router I will lose pings during the flapping. I did notice that the link did go down as well during the worst of it..
I will re-apply the qos on one of the less critical sites and see what else I can see happening.
I will run netflow and see the bandwidth utilization as well.
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