I just want to ask how different ethernet connection to serial connection (v.35) in terms of data rate and connection speed. I just found out that after changing my connection to the router from ethernet to serial connection, degrades my connection speed .
your serial connection will not be more than 2Mb...unless it's a highSpeedSerial (HSSI).
use the show interface command to view the serial interface. check the bytes in/out rates.
if you can perform a big copy across the link of say 100MB or more, you can view these interface statistics and watch as they increment. eventually, with enough data, they will reach their maximum rate. (unless restricted by other means)
If you are using back to back that is the command that sets the rate. I do not think there is a default.
It depends on the interface and the router but some of the serial interface can be set to 8m. There are lots of restriction when you set them above 2m so make sure you read the doc for the interface card. I am assuming you are not using cards with build in csu/dsu since I don't think you can set the clock on those.
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