See, by coincidence today a lot of people is talking about ADSL problem with the 800 router. Your 877 does not appear to be running the latest firmware. You can either upgrade the router to 12.4(11)XJ3 or try upgrade the DSL fimrmare only at ftp://ftp.cisco.com/pub/access/800
The bandwidth parameter is information only, does not influence performances, and you can remove it without making any difference.
Also please reset the MTU to the default because it won't change anything.
Possibly these chances were made by someone attempting to improve performances without really knowing what he was doing.
what abt the bandwidth values ?? how do i figure out what value to set .. and even on a new router this value seems to be different on different routers... whats the theory behind it like how does a router sense what bandwidth to set on this ADSL interface.... i have 640 on most of my routers
Hi, whatever value you will set for bandwidth, it won't change anything in actual router behavior or performance,as I said above it is just an informative parameter used by some routing protocols (that you don't use), so just configure "no bandwidth" and the command will go away making the configuration smaller and easier to read.
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