Currently I have a BRI port on my 3620 router as a backup link to primary link. Anyone know that how do I configure the router that in order to fire up the 2nd b-Channel of ISDN even though from the NT1, out of two S/T ports, physically I use only one of it to connect to my 3620 router.
This will depend on the NT config, but you should be able to connect with 2 B-channels and one NT (one port off the NT). You should try configuring the SPIDs (not sure what switch-type you have, or if you have SPIDs), a load-threshold, and
ppp multilink. Check that "sh isdn stat" says MULT_LAYER_ESTAB for both B channels, and that both have TEI's assigned. Debug isdn event and debug isdn q921 may help you as you try different configuration iterations.
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