[cisco-bba] Low bandwidth throuput on 7206 acting as LNS

Ran Liebermann ranmails at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 12:27:10 EDT 2007

You have a lot of input errors on your Fa1/0.

8239 input errors, 8233 CRC

I would try to sort that out first.


On 09/09/07, Thomas Koeppe <thomas_k_1 at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> we're working on a test szenario to terminate a small number of PPPoE
> users comming in through a l2tp tunnel. It seems that all works fine
> (l2tp tunnel is comming up, authentication and accounting against
> Freeradius server will work) except the low bandwidth throughput problem.
> As LNS we run a Cisco 7206 nonVXR with NPE-200, 96 MB RAM and 1
> FE-Interface. LAC is provided and maintained by our upstream telco. I
> know they run a Cisco 7206 VXR with NPE-G1.
> During the test setup there was only one customer connected to the lns.
> (2 Mbit/s down, 192 kbit/s up) Throughput after terminating the session
> on the lns was ~ 180 kbit/s down and ~ 160 kbit/s up.
> Any ideas how to fix this? Does someone see things which I doesn't see?
> Thanks,
> Thomas
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