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Sometimes, certain issues show up at random when the network is experiencing heavy traffic loads. These are more difficult to identify.

Are there any remedies to these types of issues?

RE: networking

Is this a load balancer problem or a general network problem?

If it is a load balancer problem what type of load balancer are you running "11501, 11053, etc". Typically the 11501 with a FE connection can handle a max of 80Mb sustained before the device starts dropping packets or performing poorly.

If the problem is not load balancer related, have you checked the uplinks on the switch to look for errors, dropped packets, input/output errors, etc?


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