There is no interface specific configuration that could cause high latency unless you have configured some small bw and done QOS , but here BW is also fine .Usually the issue would be with the provider , might be taking a different route for your circuit or some issues with his network.
Once try giving a shut and no shut or try changing the cable and last ask the provider to check the issue in his network
According to the link, the NSE = Write into buffer is performed faster than read from buffer. The clock slips indicate that the clock rate on the incoming interface is not synchronized somehow with the clock rate on the outgoing interface.
Do you mean both PTT & your router are using clock from line ? If yes, it is also the PTT issue. I have no idea is there any limitation on the POS in clock issue. Please try if it can check the clock (rate, source, etc.) and try to bring the line up to provide the service to the customer then troubleshoot the problem by collecting more information.
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