i want to configure a 2600 router with 1 PRI to accept incoming BRI calls of users dialing through PC n TA and also to act as a backup for a 2MB leased line.4 timeslots to be assigned for dial in users and remaining for backup.
Its very difficult to reserve some channels for dialin and some for dialout on 2600 platform as the box is not designed as access server. So in order to reserve those channels, you need to talk to local telco (provider of PRI) to have the switch provisioned for dialin on some channels and dialout on rest.
Now you can configure backup for primary line using isdn..First need to decide which method will suit best to your network. Following link will help you for that
hi frnds -thnx 4 the links-its of some help .but 1 problem here is there are many dial in clients dialing thru PC-TA.so now how should i associate the dialer with each client as i cant have a remote name.??!( i m using a local database of usernames )
And Patel -this router will always be used for dialin -when leased line goes down the router at other end will initiate the call.so ne idea on how to map multiple dialin clients with a dialer using dialer profile only as this router has to be used for backup also.
No. Instead of using dialer profiule, you can use "dialer rotary-group x" with "interface dialer x". That way just one dialer interface required for all the users to be terminated there. No need to have different dialer interface for different users.
Where interface dialer 10 will be used to terminate all incoming isdn connections.
For backup, you can still use the same dialer interface. Do not need to use Dialer profile for many users or remote sites. Because you need to create dialer profile interface for all the users seperately which will increase management as well.
hi patel -yes right now i m using rotary group only as PRI is being used just for dialin clients.but how can i use the same dialer for backup also ??
right now dialin clients are being assigned an ip ddress from a local pool which i cant do for backup.also in backup i need to configure a remote name.so how to use same dialer interface for both purposes?
If you want to use dialer remote name, then you need to configure dialer profile. Now you can't mix and match dialer rotary-group and dialer profile on the same pri line. So looking on your requirements, you need to use dialer profile with dialer remote-name for all the incoming and outgoing calls.
With dialer profile, you need to have a dialer interface for all the incoming user with dialer remote-name command. For dialout, just add the command "dialer string xxxx" under the dialer interface for that user.
hi -ya thas the prob.i want dialer remote name for backup since it will be connecting to a router but no remote name for dial in users as they connect through PC. OK - sso can i use rotary group only and use existing single dialer interface for backup also ? (can i do backup to a router by assigning the remote router an ip address from a static pool and without using remote name ?).my router will always have dial in .Remote router will dial for backup.
OR - can i configure individual dialer for each dial in client with a remote name even though they connect through PC ?
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.