I am trying to modify and existing Dialer watch setup to only initiate the backup dial-up call during certain times of the day. I have used time-base access lists in the dialer watch-list, but it doesn't seem to work. Dialing occurs at all times...
access-list 111 deny ospf any any
access-list 111 permit ip any any time-range DIALBK
Dialer watch does not require "interesting traffic" to place a call (one of its key advantages). You have put the time constraints on the access-list defining interesting traffic, not on the definition of what IP addresses to watch.
Easiest solution is to forget dialer watch and just use dial on demand. Of course, whether that is an acceptable solution for you will depend upon your specific requirements.
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