A network engineer is monitoring an essential, but poor quality, PPP WAN link that periodically shuts down. An examination of the interface configurations shows that the ppp quality 90 command has been issued. What action could the engineer take to reduce the frequency with which the link shuts down?
- Set the DCE interface to a lower clock rate.
- Use the bandwidth command to increase the bandwidth of the link.
- Issue the command ppp quality 100.
- Issue the command ppp quality 70.
Explanation: Issuing the ppp quality 70 command will reduce the link quality threshold before it shuts down from 90% of packets received that were sent, to a drop rate of 70% before shutting down. Setting the threshold to 100% will shut down the link if 100% of packets are not received. Lowering the clock rate will not help a link that is going down. The bandwidth command is used for routing protocol calculations, not link quality.
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