Hi all, I'm going through a FR lab and I am seeing some unexpected behavior. Namely, I have a FR hub router with 3 FR spokes, and when I ping from one spoke to another with "debug frame packet" on the hub router I see what appears to be packets smacking into that serial interface.
This would be fine, but I disabled inArp, and these packets aren't *always* showing up. I can't pin down the pattern. It isn't enough packets to be the interface accepting and then forwarding on the pings (pinging the hub router's int s1/0 results in 10 messages for 5 pings).
Does anyone know what these few packets are, or at least a show/debug combo that would help? I've gone through all the ones remotely logical already, but I'm not all that handy in the FR world.
Well I figured it out. It's working as expected, but for whatever reason, the Hub router's "debug frame packet" isn't picking up the packets most the time. I simply took out the static mapping for 188.8.131.52 on the Hub router and pings between R2 and R3 failed. I'm curious to know why the debug is being fussy, but at least I'm not crazy.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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