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Router Serial Interface - Clockrate 64000 <--- 64K bps leased line ?

Hi anyone please confirm that in the Router serial interface, when we specify the signal clockrate 64000, does it mean that the connected leased line is of 64k bps ?

What about my leased line is of bandwidth like 128k, 256k or even 2 Mpbs, what should be the clock rate than ?

Please help out.

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Re: Router Serial Interface - Clockrate 64000 <--- 64K bps lease

Clockrate command is needed only if you are connecting 2 routers in back-to-back senario. Clockrate is specified on DCE interface only. For leased line, both sides are DTE interface as a result, you do not need to set clockrate

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