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Reddoug

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Hi

Trying to figure out what to multiply 44.736m/bits (T3) by to come up with the bandwidth So I can program a Cisco 2811 routers for a lab project. Have two routers running BGP and two serial links. One link will be a T1 and other link is T3. I have the clockrate set at 64k on one link and 128k on the other but both show 1.544m/bits.

Thanks, Doug
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this sounds like homework to me

we're not here to help with homework....google is your friend here
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Thanks for the reply. I tried Google.

Doug
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