what is "show interface" telling you? Does the 1841 consider the interface to be DCE?
What is the error message - if any - when you try to delete the command from the interface?
P.S.: can you post the config and the show interface ?
EDIT: the default behaviour of the clock rate command on an interface is, that it will be removed from the config in case the interface is not DCE. There will be an error message telling you, that this command is only accepted on DCE interfaces in case you enter it on a DTE interface. No harm done. So you should be fairly safe even when the command is in the config.
Pls be aware that there are two types of DTE/DCE interfaces that you need to be aware of - one is at the physical layer and the other is at the data link (FR) layer. In the case of the clockrate command, this is at the physical layer. This simply means that the serial interface will be providing the physical interface clocking signals. That does not mean that your FR interface has to be a DCE. You can perfectly well configure the FR interface as a DTE and it should still work.
All replies appreciated and will post Ratings as soon as possible.
The guy installing the router said everything fine.
So when i get a chance to observe the behaviour of the router i will let u know. I will install two 1841s tomorrow, one of them with multilink ppp, so i wil have the chance to observe it myself and commend on it.
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