How can I configure queues on router 3662 serial interface
What is the diference between tx-lmit command and hold queue command?
Actually I have two routers connected through a FR cloud. I make a ping to ROUTER_B's serial interface from ROUTER_A and I have icmp request timout during the day. I noticed from several commands outputs (find them attached) that I have many drop packets and delayed packets.
Re: How can I configure queues on router 3662 serial interface
To control the number of transmit buffers available to a specified interface on the multiport communications interface (MCI) and serial communications interface (SCI) cards, use the tx-queue-limit command in interface configuration mode.
frame-relay holdq map-class command was used to configure the size of FIFO traffic shaping queues only.
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