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Netgear fsm7326p L3

Bridging to segments 10.175.8.x and 10.175.16.x. When on a client on the either segment getting intermittent time outs when pinging, but no latency, reply at 1ms. When pinging resources on same segment no issues. Config has been in place for over a year, just started a few days ago. Any ideas?

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Any new additions to the router table? Since the two segments are probably outside of your subnet mask, each connection has to check the router table to figure out how to get there... so maybe the router table is getting super long, and it's timing out before it hits the right line. Could also be Is there a process that's occuring simultaneously that could be be taking a lot of bandwidth, such as online backups, etc.

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