(1) In some of your examples you have a second Dialer-map statement that matches the route being watched, in other examples you just have the one (regular) Dialer-map statement. Why?
(2) In the Dialer-list you usually deny the routing protocol, but permit ip anything else. If there is ip traffic on the BRI, then the idle-timeout will continually be reset, which means the primary will never be checked to see if it is back, which means the backup will never go down. Wouldn't it be better to deny everything so the primary's status will be checked every idle-timeout?
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