I want to connect a 4800 bps serial port from a server with a ticket spending machine in the other side of a Frame-Relay WAN. The server is connected to a serial port in a cisco 3640. The ticket machine is connected to a serial port in a cisco 1750; both routers are connected with FR. I can make them work for the first time but when the line fails and serial link is disconnected, i cannot connect them again. I know that the "ACTIVATION-CHARACTER" command is used to define which character is going to activate the connection, but in this case it doesn´t work. I have tried with characters 13, space and ANY,with the same results. Can i make the connection without using an activation character?. This is the configuration, can anybody help me ... THANK YOU.
what happens, when you specify an activation character at the 1750 and try to connect after a failure of the FR link. When you do this, remember under line 2 of 1750, you should give a command activation-character .
Also why is there a Voice of Framerelay configuration available...Is it relevant by any chance ?? Are you using voice over FR ??
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