FAQ-Why the Baud Rate of the SA Interface Is Only 64 kbit/s and Is Smaller Than the Total Bandwidth of the Interface

Publication Date:  2015-04-30 Views:  299 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Why the Baud Rate of the SA Interface Is Only 64 kbit/s and Is Smaller Than the Total Bandwidth of the Interface?
Solution
By default, the baud rate of a synchronous serial interface is 64000 bit/s.

You can set the baud rate or virtual baud rate for a synchronous serial interface using commands based on the cable type and networking requirements.

When the AR functions as the DTE:
  • Run the virtualbaudrate baudrate command to set the virtual baud rate for the synchronous serial interface.
       NOTE:
              Ensure that the virtual baud rate is the same as the baud rate of the peer device (DCE). Otherwise, packets are discarded.

When the AR functions as the DCE:
  • Run the baudrate baudrate command to set the baud rate for the synchronous serial interface.

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