A company uses a PVC with a committed information rate (CIR) of 128 kb/s and a committed burst information rate (CBIR) of 64 kb/s. The link is used to periodically send updates at a rate of 144 kb/s. What will happen to the update traffic?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 4 v4A company uses a PVC with a committed information rate (CIR) of 128 kb/s and a committed burst information rate (CBIR) of 64 kb/s. The link is used to periodically send updates at a rate of 144 kb/s. What will happen to the update traffic?

A company uses a PVC with a committed information rate (CIR) of 128 kb/s and a committed burst information rate (CBIR) of 64 kb/s. The link is used to periodically send updates at a rate of 144 kb/s. What will happen to the update traffic?

  • The traffic will be sent, but the company will be charged a penalty.
  • The traffic will be sent using the additional CBIR and will be guaranteed delivery.
  • The traffic will be dropped at the CO for exceeding the committed information rate.
  • The traffic will be sent, but the burst traffic will be marked for discard if congestion is encountered.

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