A quick question for all the experts (Aux Connectity)
Any Sugestions are welcome
I'm trying to make this lab work, using 2 x 2611 routers, the dialing router calls and and the modem picks up at the other end, but the called router does not respond to the chap challenge, I'm able to dialing using hyper terminal for exec dialing, that's working fine...
I have turned on debug for chat, ppp authentication and ppp negotiation on both routers, but I only get an output on the calling router.
Here is the output from the calling router:
00:07:51: CHAT65: Attempting async line dialer script
00:07:51: CHAT65: Dialing using Modem script: async & System script: none
Re: A quick question for all the experts (Aux Connectity)
Looks like line between two modem is looped or so..because we are getting the same magic number in LCPREQ from both the sides along with the same chap hostname..So pl. check the tel line between two modems..Use the telephone at both ends ans see you can have a clear talk/voice when you call other number..
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