If anyone successfully configured ISDN simulator using vic-2bri-s/t card
Does anyone has successfully configured the ISDN simulator on Cisco 2600/3600 series router using the VIC-2BRI-S/T card? I have referenced couple of configurations on the news group and a web site, but I never make it fully works. It seems that only one sample configuration exist on the web in a different version, but all of them have some errors.
Re: If anyone successfully configured ISDN simulator using vic-2
I am looking for how to make the ISDN switch works by using the card I mentioned: VIC-2BRI-S/T. I have the card and have the ISDN cross-over cable connects to two routers with ISDN S/T interface. I can see the layer two have established on both routers, but can not get layer three connected. It boncing all the times.
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