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There could be lots of causes, and unfortunately, you've provided no specific details.
Some things to be aware of:
Edison asks about CIR. This is a contracted bandwidth, often less than circuit bandwidth. If you exceed it, FR vendor might drops your packets. If they do, only solution is to either "buy" larger CIR or find another vendor that doesn't seem to drop at the same rate. (If FR vendor drops traffic within your CIR, you should have recourse.)
FR might have end points with different physical bandwidths. If you do, faster side can congest upon FR cloud egress and FR vendor does ??? I.e., shape to lower bandwidth so you know it's happening and you can control what happens.
With FR, you can have mulitple logical circuits share the same physical port. Often easy to congest FR cloud egress without realizing it.
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