but this message indicates a software problem, which usually causes a reload on the device.
give us more information on the platform , IOS and configs....
check an example:
Basic System Services
AGS+ routers with first-generation FDDI cards (CSC-C2FCI) do not support translational bridging, and are no longer supported. They use encapsulated bridging. The second-generation AGS+ FDDI cards (CSC-C2FCIT) support both translational and encapsulated bridging.
Encapsulated bridging does not work on a Cisco 7500 series router. To bridge between an AGS+ and a Cisco 7500 series router, you must use CSC-C2FCIT cards in the AGS+ and translational bridging.
The big disadvantage of using encapsulated bridging is that it cannot use the hardware bridge filtering capabilities of the CSC-C2FCIT cards, which have a CAM built into them that is used to do bridge filtering on the card. When encapsulated bridging is used, the main processor must do all bridge filtering. This means that one busy encapsulated bridging FDDI network can consume the entire bandwidth of the router's main processor, just for bridge filtering. Therefore, Cisco discourages the use of encapsulated bridging. [CSCdi46862]
The router might reload after displaying the following message:
%SYS-3-TIMERNEG: Cannot start timer (0x1E4388) with negative offset (-495928).
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