Case 1: Your assumption is not correct. Min-link is to reserve number of links for outbound call. So if you have min and max link set to 1 that means only one inbound call will be accepted by that pool members.
Case 2: Router 1: min 1 and max 2, means minumum 1 link is reserved for outbound call so alleast one inbound call will be accepted. But it can have max 2 outbound calls too from pool members.
Case 2: Router 2: If only max-link is used (without min link), it is for either direction.. So pool members can receive and place 2 calls from that interface.
You can use "dialer max-link" command under the dialer interface (dialer profile) to control the links from the users rather then spredding the links on pool members. Thats a good way.
Case 1: Im a little confused. I really dont understand why I have only one incoming call in both cases if I have min1 max 1 as well as min 1 max 2 configured. Would appreciate it if you can explain me how the min-link and max-link works?
Case 2: If I understood you correctly in 'BRI' environment in order to provide one B channel always for both Dialers I have to control the reservation on the pool level. However if would like to prevent the over utilization I have to control it on Dialer interface level.
dialer pool-member 10 min-link 1
dialer pool-member 20 min-link 1
dialer pool 10
dialer max-link 2
dialer pool 20
dialer max-link 2
Case 3: In PRI environment the aim is to provide as many B channels for one Dialer (Customer) as we want no more and no less. So if I would like to create two backup links one with 128K and one with 256K I have to do the following:
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