i have 2 wan connectivity...1 serial and an isdn..i have a lot of services beeing use on d serial..once the serial goes down, my isdn should activate, but my purpose is just for internet connectivity.
on the serial part, i have an nat overload at the serial itself and using the backup command pointing to the isdn.
on the isdn side, i also have the nat overload pointing to the bri itself..
my question is, how can i clear the active nat when the active interface goes down..ie when there is a shifting from serial to isdn or vice versa..becoz that was my observation..it is not clearing the old nat, and if i do it manualy, it works
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