Re: Transmit discards - Total output drops on Tunnel
I remember your previous posting.
You are shaping to 9Mbps on the FastEthernet interface that is facing your MPLS provider.
If the tunnel is sending more than 9Mbps, your FE interface will buffer that traffic up to a point. Any excess traffic over 9Mbps can potentially drop and that's what's occurring with the tunnel. Looking at your output rate, it looks like you are hovering around that amount.
You need more bandwidth from the MPLS Service Provider or you need to identify who is creating the bandwidth demand and address the problem at the source.
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