original setup was using 2 ethernet with nat overload on the f0/1..now we installed addtional isdn interface for backup purposes..the shifting between interfaces (f0/1 and bri0/0) was okay but the nat seems giving me a problem..ive iolated the problem by doing the following;
1 disable the original nat overload
2 invoking the bri0/0 overload
after this process, only it will work.
what i wanted is fully automated...such that when the bri becomes active, it shoud use the bri0 overload, and when it gets bak to f0/1, it should be able to go back to its original nat overload.
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