I have set up a Cisco 1603 router to perform DDR to our remote access server, which is running Windows NT4 + RRAS and with PRI interface card (E1, 30 lines). I used the Cisco Configmaker to do the job and that Cisco 1603 does sucessfully connect to the NT RAS server. However, even though I use "PPP multilink" command to enable multilink on the Cisco 1603, the router will only connect to NT RAS with a single B channel.
I have checked the NT RAS server, multilink function is enabled, and there are also modem dial-up users with multilink connected to the RAS server.
Is there any thing I need to do to enable multilink on Cisco 1603 router? or the multilink PPP is only available between two Cisco routers?
The IOS I am using is version 11.2, which does support PPP multilink function.
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