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Re: slowing down every 60 seconds due to BGP scaner

  • From: Marshall Eubanks
  • Date: Fri Sep 14 17:43:17 2001

"Robert E. Seastrom" wrote:

> Marshall Eubanks <tme@21rst-century.com> writes:
>
> > "Robert E. Seastrom" wrote:
> >
> > > "David McGaugh" <david_mcgaugh@eli.net> writes:
> > >
> > > > We've brought this concern up to Cisco before and they assured us that
> > > > everything is performing normally. You will see this when performing
> > > > router to router pings as well however, we have been told that packet
> > > > forwarding does not suffer. ICMP replies from the router (not through
> > > > the router) are given a very low CPU priority.
> > >
> > > Seconded.  Ping response times or lack of ping response from routers
> > > signifies *nothing*.  Ditto for traceroutes, &c.  Ping *through* the
> > > router, not *to* the router.
> >
> > We do streaming, and this causes a freeze up both in and out bound.
> > In bound there seem to be losses. Outbound all is buffered and nothing is
> > lost.
>
> pinging the router causes a freeze-up?  or the router is freezing up
> on bgp updates every n seconds?  platform/release ?
>
>                                         ---rob

Dear Rob;

I said nothing about pings. The router is freezing (or at least slowing a lot) every
67.5 +- 3 seconds. We this for both inbound and outbound - outbound things are
buffered but inbound they seem to be lost.

A Cisco 7204 running Version 12.2(2)T1


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                                 Regards
                                 Marshall Eubanks



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