how do you find which ip address is kicking off the dials
Can anyone tell me how to find out what ip address has initiated the dials for async calls in the following config, you cant simply do a 'sh isdn act'I have run deb on isdn eve/q931/q921 but this just shows which pri is being used and not which ip address is causing it:-
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Re: how do you find which ip address is kicking off the dials
Thanks for your reply.
Trouble is, due the natting I cant see what machine is causing each dial. Basically, what is happening is that some users on our network are using the dial-out facility to call Thailand for long periods of time and I have been asked to find out who. The users are using dialoutEZ (which replaced Cisco dialout client) to use a virtual modem in their dial-up networking. This then points to the fa0/0 of the above. Please help!
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