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Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

I have configured a 1605-R box (IOS 12.2.8T1) to establish a PPPOE session to Deutsche Telekom (German Carrier) via T-DSL . Everything is working fine, but i miss two essential Features:

1. Dial-on-Demand Routing

2. Dialer Idle-Timeout

Therefore i have to open and close the PPPOE Session manually by CLI.

Are there any plans to implement the two functions described above?

Thanks

Dirk

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Re: Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

You should be able to specify the idle timeout under the virtual-template or dialer interface, whichever you are using for the PPPoE functionality. Not sure what other features you want with "Dial on Demand Routing". However, I would think that any session being timed out will simply cause the client to re-connect immediately, so I'm not sure how effective a timer will be.

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Re: Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

Because my ISP charges are based on the amount of time the automatic PPPoE Client reconnect ist exactly the problem. Dial-on-Demand Routing for PPPoE Client is implemented in the Cisco 8xx and SOHO77/78:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/acs_fix/827/827rlnts/820feat.htm#xtocid40

I need the same function for my 1605-R box.

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Re: Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

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Re: Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

Sorry,

I think thats the right syntax, isn't it?

pppoe-client dial-pool-number number [dial-on-demand]

Problem is that the [dial-on-demand] keyword is not available on my 1605-R with 12.2.8T

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Re: Cisco 1605-R, PPPOE, DDR, Idle-Timeout

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