Re: Anyone experienced issues wih XP client dialing into Cisco A
I have AS5300 running with a minor problems.
Win XP dials into my AS5300 very well - analog or mobile ISDN V.110, there is no difference in terms of client operating system.
The "minor" problem I named is described in a topic "Callback calls wrong number (adds extra digit) on AS5300 ". The essence is that doing ISDN V.110 callback client does not get a call since debug output on AS5300 shows - it has called wrong number (added extra digit at the end of the called number). But it is the same for all OSes.
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