Can you insert a dial-peer into the correct position without removing and re-adding the dial-peers?
We want to place dial-peers into our configuration into the correct place.
So for example, we want dial-peer 2010 to be placed into the configuration after dial-peer 2009.
In this example the router has been riunning and we are adding dial-peer 2010. Typically this means that dial-peer 2010 will simply be added to the dial-peer groups and we do not want that. So in the above example it would show up under dial-peer 2020 like so;
So in essence we first remove all of the dial-peers and then re-add them all so that 2010 now shows up correctly after 2009 where we want it.
Is there a way to insert dial-peer 2010 into the configuration without having to remove and re-add?
Can you insert a dial-peer into the correct position without rem
I actually did prove that dial peer order does matter. Opened a case with Cisco and found that there was a bug in a certain version of IOS. Once upgraded, the problem no longer existed, a simple reboot of the router would never fix the issue either. So, its always wise to put the dial peers in what would be an "ideal" order in the event your run into a bug down the road, plus it keeps it clean and logical like it should be as noted in here. If I had the dial peers ordered like they really should have been in the first place, the bug would not have mattered. So as Forest Gump would say, "stupid is as stupid does." I have been gumped many times.
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