BRI Rate Adaption Configuration Example

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If requested in the call setup by the access router, rate adaption allows the ISDN channel to adjust to a lower speed. The speed may be designated in a dialer map statement using the optional parameter of speed 56 or speed 64 on the router that is placing the call.

Use rate adaption for cases where the destination does not use the default DS-0 of 64 kbps. The alternative speed used in most of North America is 56 kbps.

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