This issue is most likely caused by fragmentation of packets needed to pass traffic, but the Don't Fragment (DF) bit is set.
Increase the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) to 1524 or use Policy-Based Routing (PBR) to clear and set the DF bit. Another option is to change the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Maximum Segment Size (MSS) option value on Synchronization (SYN) packets that traverse through the router.
I'm using version 16.3.7 of the C3650.increase the logging buffer size to 16000 andIf you increase the logging buffer level to informational, the size goes back to 4096.Are there any setting criteria that I do not know?
Hi there, I want to setup send syslog from a router(public ip) to SNMP server(private ip). I've successful setup sending syslog from another router(private ip) to snmp server(private ip). Do I need to do special con...
Hi Everyone, We are currently leasing a space for our small office operation and we are using the lessor's internet connection (shared among tenants). The lessor requested snmp access to our equipment to monitor our traffic usage (maybe the swit...
Hi Guys, I see that the port-channel with two fast-Ethernet connections has cost of 12. how is it calculated? what is the formula behind that. Also, what if I need to calculate the cost of 4 or 6 Fa connections in port-channel.
We have a ASA5525 9.10 set up with a default route. We tried to add a route-map to split traffic certain traffic by source IP to go out another interface.We can see the traffic getting NAT'ed properly, but we are getting "Routing failed to locate next hop...