I am trying to change the default clock rate on a Cisco 7206 Hssi interface in a test lab, I used the command "clock rate". My question is, how do I verify that the rate I entered is the rate that the router is operating now? I did a "sh interface hssi 1/0" and the result shows input and output rate that are way lower than what I entered (I entered clock rate 10000000, and the show command gives me 193000). Is there a reason why there is a difference?
When you specify a clock rate you are defining the MAX speed the line will operate at . So if you configured a clock rate of 10 Mb then the max amount of traffic that you will be able to get through this pip is going to be 10Mb in and 10 Mb out.
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