Without some additional information I do not think that we can give you a good answer. What you have posted seems to indicate that there have been 1136 broadcasts. But without knowing how many packets have been transmitted we do not know whether 1136 is a small percentage or a large percentage or what.
And we do not have any information about how the router is configured and what might be running on that interface. For example if you have configured RIP as a routing protocol to run on that interface then a larger number of broadcasts is normal (since RIP updates are sent as broadcasts and are sent on a frequent interval).
So if you can provide information about how the router is configured and the output of show interface then perhaps we can give better answers.
Thank you for the additional information. I believe that to answer this issue it would be helpful to review the broadcast queue, why Frame Relay needs it, and how Frame Relay uses it.
Frame Relay acts as a multi-access media. Most multi-access media (such as Ethernet) is able to send a single frame out an interface and for multiple devices connected on that segment to receive and process the broadcast. But Frame Relay is not able to send a single frame out the interface and have multiple devices receive and process it. So Frame Relay uses the broadcast queue to achieve this functionality. When Frame Relay has a broadcast frame (or a multicast frame) it makes copies of the frame (a copy for each PVC on which the frame will be sent) and Frame Relay uses the broadcast queue to manage the transmission of these copied frames.
My guess is that your EIGRP hello messages and updates are multicast and are being sent through the broadcast queue. You could prove this by temporarily making your Frame Relay interface passive in EIGRP. If you do this I predict that the count in the broadcast queue will stop increasing. And if you make the interface active in EIGRP then I predict that the count will start to increase again.
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