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CCNA Simulation Practice Exercise - Setting Bandwidth on an interface

Description: Bandwidth refers to the rate at which data is transferred over the communication link. You setup the bandwidth on a given interface (interface serial 0/0) to a specified value (64 kbps). You also set the clockrate to 64000. Note that bandwidth is represented in kbps whereas clock rate is entered in bps.

Instructions:

1. Enter to serial 0/0 mode of router R1

2. Set bandwidth of serial 0/0 as 64 kbps

3. Set clockrate as 64000 bps

Please enter FULL command. Kindly note that short form commands are not supported by the simulation software at this time. Type the commands and press enter or click ok button. All Commands are case sensitive.













  

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