We have a slightly unusual scenario and problem. The remote sites are 803s, with a BRI link to a central site. However, the central site is an ATM Cellstream network, so remote ISDN calls are coming into an ATM network. This works ok. The problem is, when the call is dropped at the remote site, and no calls are shown as active, BT can still see an active call. Consequently, when the remote site makes another ISDN call, this is going to the second B channel, and the central site then sees two routes to the same location, hence causing problems.
If the remote router is rebooted, all works ok for the first call, but once it is dropped and a further call is made, same problem.
We think the line maybe held up in the BT Cellstream network, but need to clarify this before we commit them to investigate further.
The configs of the two sites are as follows:
no service pad
service timestamps debug uptime
service timestamps log uptime
boot buffersize 8077
boot system flash c800-y6-mw.121-3.XG6.bin
enable password xxxxx
no ip domain-lookup
isdn switch-type basic-net3
description Loopback Interface for In-Control Management
I have no idea how the two are communicating; you are not doing PPP over ATM, so you should check with the CellStream folks to see what they think. The 803 knows only about the ISDN, and it sounds like the ISDN circuit is being torn down correctly, the question then is how to clean up the Central site.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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