I have a remote site with 1 * 64k ISDN line and have several Cisco ISDN enabled routers connected to it via a multiport adaptor(dumb hub).
Obviously at the moment if I make a call from my central cisco router to my remote site the same device answers the call everytime and hence I can never connect to any of the other Cisco routers.
Is there a way I can config my central router to put some sort of subaddress in the call setup and then setup the remote routers to only answer calls that contain that sub address information in the call setup?
I've seen the isdn answer1 called-party-number:subaddress for the remote end, but how do you send that information from the central site?
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