Hi I have two cisco 2500 routers and am connecting them back to back with a DTE-DCE cable. Can someone explain how I can configure the speed of this line? I set my clock rate to 64000 so does that mean the line speed is 64kbits?
The Bandwidth command has no relevance on the speed of the link. It is only helpful during route metric calculations :)
This is what your link says
To communicate the bandwidth value of an interface to the higher-level protocols, use the bandwidth interface configuration command.
Mark the words communicate the bandwidth value of an interface to higher level protocols.
Use the clock rate interface configuration command to configure the clock rate for the hardware connections on serial interfaces such as network interface modules (NIMs) and interface processors to an acceptable bit rate
alright so by setting the clock rate I am actually setting the speed of the line? What is the max speed clock rate I can set?
I heard setting the bandwidth command is only for routing protocols purposes. Is that correct? becuase when I type the show interface command it tells me the speed is 1544kbits which I thought was the default for a serial connection.
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