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output rate under a serial interface

We have a 72xx router connected to a 36xx router via a 384K

international leased line. I have observed that under heavy

load the 30 secs output rate under the 72xx serial interface

could reach and even exceed 700000 bits/seconds. The

"received clock" under show controllers ser2/0 is 383760.

How can the output rate be more than the actual clock rate

of the line?

thanks

yiorgos

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Re: output rate under a serial interface

How are you defining the output rate? Is this throughput as defined by the show interface command? It is possible to “burst” if I am not mistaken, ergo short sustained higher levels of speed would be normal.

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