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cisco router 1841(i.e. gateway) getting slow

Posted on 2012-04-04
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my cisco router 1841(i.e. gateway) getting slow always and when i ping this router from my LAN the response time is more than 300 ms and its veriations too. when i restarted it will working fine for sometimes only and response time will reduce to 1-2 ms but after sometims it will go very high again.
Please help me to fix this.
thanks
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by:Matt V
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Can you post the results of show run with all the username/password and IPs obscured?
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If you add up all of the bandwidth that the router may be handling, what number do you get? You may have reached its throughput limit.
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still under observation, i will get back to you soon.
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