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DDR betwen 2 cisco 760 router

i have the fowloing configuration in two cisco 760 routers to make DDR connection betwen them.

before i do this configuration i have already connect them to the internet using the "cisco fast step".the ip to the wan is unumbered.

ROUTER A:

Atlanta> cd lan

Atlanta:LAN> set bridging off

Atlanta:LAN> set ip routing on

Atlanta:LAN> cd

Atlanta> set user Boston

Atlanta:Boston> set ppp clientname Atlanta

Atlanta:Boston> set ppp secret client

Enter new Password: gocisco1

Re-Type new Password: gocisco1

Atlanta:Boston> set ppp secret host

Enter new Password: gocisco1

Re-Type new Password: gocisco1

Atlanta:Boston> set bridging off

Atlanta:Boston> set ip routing on

Atlanta:Boston> set ip rip update off

Atlanta:Boston> set ip route destination 194.4.5.0 gateway 194.4.5.254

Atlanta:Boston> set 1 number 987654321

Atlanta:Boston> set ppp authentication outgoing chap

Atlanta:Boston> set timeout 300

Atlanta:Boston> set active

ROUTER B:

Boston> cd lan

Boston:LAN> set bridging off

Boston:LAN> set ip routing on

Boston:LAN> cd

Boston> set user Atlanta

Boston:Atlanta> set ppp clientname Boston

Boston:Atlanta> set ppp secret client

Enter new Password: gocisco1

Re-Type new Password: gocisco1

Boston:Atlanta> set ppp secret host

Enter new Password: gocisco1

Re-Type new Password: gocisco1

Boston:Atlanta> set bridging off

Boston:Atlanta> set ip routing on

Boston:Atlanta> set ip rip update off

Boston:Atlanta> set ip route destination 192.4.5.0 gateway 192.4.5.254

Boston:Atlanta> set 1 number 123456789

Boston:Atlanta> set ppp authentication outgoing chap

Boston:Atlanta> set timeout 300

Boston:Atlanta> set active

in router a i do ping 194.4.5.254 or 194.4.5.254 and i receive connection close by remote or remote is busy and request time out.

can you tell me why this dont work???

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Re: DDR betwen 2 cisco 760 router

Often times complex troubleshooting issues are best addressed in an interactive trouble-shooting session with one of our trained technical assistance engineers. While other forum users may be able to help, it’s often difficult to do so for this type of issue.

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