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Problem with Traffic Between Routers



We did today a video test between our Router and a ASR 1004 to watch surveillance cameras.

The TX in the router incemented which is normal but after we did the test the RX incremented as well.


We are using DMVPN between the routers (branchs and the ASR).


SrcIf         SrcIPaddress    DstIf         DstIPaddress    Pr SrcP DstP Bytes
Gi0/0.729       Gi0/1.4      32 2BBF D640   119M
Local      Gi0/0.729*       32 9FC4 267A    10M
Gi0/0.729       Gi0/1.4      32 2BBF D640  7338K
Gi0/0.729       Gi0/1.2      32 2BBF D640  6809K
Local      Gi0/0.729*       32 9FC4 267A  1479K
Local      Gi0/0.729*       32 9FC4 267A  1446K
Tu0       Gi0/1.4*    06 01BD 0966   329K
Gi0/0.729       Local      32 2BBF D640   111K
Gi0/1.4    Tu0       06 0445 01BB   105K
Gi0/1.4    Tu0       06 0440 01BB    70K
Tu0       Gi0/1.4*    06 01BB 0445    63K
Tu0       Gi0/1.4*    06 01BB 0440    31K
Tu0      Gi0/1.4*    06 0050 0658    30K
Gi0/1.4    Tu0       06 0966 01BD    21K
Vi3       Null      58 0000 0000    11K
Tu0      Gi0/1.4*    06 0050 0DB7  4893
Tu0      Gi0/1.4*    06 0050 0CD2  4783
Gi0/1.4    Tu0      06 0656 0050  2959
Tu0      Gi0/1.4*    06 0050 0DB7  1917
Tu0     Gi0/1.4*    06 C007 0961   904
20 of 20 top talkers shown. 61 flows processed.

The IP addresses in black belong to the IPs of the interfaces (ASR) and (Local Router)


Any thought or ideas why the traffic in RX side is so high indicating protocol 32.

Any inputs will be appreciated.




Jose Rodriguez


New Member

hi, it could be normal

hi, it could be normal traffic because you are receiving camera traffic. you can be sure with debugging the traffic as i know protocol 06 is tcp traffic and 32 is esp packets.