Re: How do I get a 2610 to accept an incoming ISDN call from a T
If the router can accept the call from the isdn line from a router, it tells me that the receiving router is configured right to accept the call from any source as long as that source is configured right. So Its just a matter of configuring the TA right..If the call dosen't work pl post the following debug from a receiving router
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