I've some Cisco 801 router with N.1 ethernet interface adn N.1 ISDN interface.
I've setting up n.1 dialer interface with an idle timeout,i.e., of 150 sec.
But I've noted that even if no any packet leave the the NIC interface of the internal network who is directly connected the router and arrive to the ethernet card of the router (and i'm shure of this because i've used Network Monitor to display any kind of traffic from and to the ethernet interface of the router) the dialer interface is always connected and the idle timeout is continuosly resetted and restart from 150 sec and never reach the 0 value at wich the BRI interface change his state to down (and the internet connection is disconnected).
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