We currently have an 801 router on our network configured for internet access.
We have one ISDN line with two channels (Phone Numbers) coming into our building.
The router is currently connected to the first of these channels and is configured to use just this one channel for internet access (Configured with Config Maker 2.6). We have the second channel connected to a PC with an ISDN card in it to use with PCAnywhere. Whenever anyone dials-in on this second channel the router answers the call even though the PC is connected to this second channel. If we switch off the router the PC answers the call so the PC is working fine.
Is there anyway of configuring the router so that it does not answer any incoming calls on this second channel(or any channels). We do not want to use the router for incoming calls, we want to use the ISDN card in the PC.
Use the ISDN answer command. With this command you can tell the router to answer only calls to a specific destination number a.k.a. MSN number). Use an illegal number to make it answer no calls at all. Example:
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