Hello, I am a beginner in the networking and have to configure a router 2503 to do a call to a windows 2000 RRAS. The windows calls but does not authenticates chap, but now isn't a problem. On the other hand the router does not even begin the call. Below I attach you the configuration. Can someone help me?
How are you trying to initiate a call? What does "sh isdn status" indicate?
The following debugs will be useful when trying to ping 10.0.2.2. (If you are tying to initiate a call to any other ip address across, need to add appropriate routing command. "ip route x.x.x.x z.z.z.z 10.0.2.2)
Hello, thank you very much, now already calls but does not establishes the authentication chap. The communication establishes between a router 2503 and windows 2000 RRAS. The W2K pc is called rrasw2k and rras has name cisco and password cisco. The router is called bcn. Down below there is the configuration. The debug show this:
BR0:1 PPP: Phase is AUTHENTICATING, by both
BR0:1 CHAP: O CHALLENGE id 9 len 24 from "bcn"
BR0:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 0 len 34 from "rrasw2k"
You need to add the remote host rrasw2k in your router's configuration, along with the proper password. This host does not have the name "cisco" because the CHAP challenge in your debugging comes from the device named rrasw2k. Your config needs to have this username/password.
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