I guess that 3801350 is the number dialed to reach the other router? Bit confusing as you have the number in the description of the first router and also as a dialer string on CONINN. If so use,
isdn call interface BRI 0/1 (dialer string)
This will force B0/1 to dial the far end.
To disconnect the call:
isdn disconnect interface B0/1 all
Also, on Router CONINNR1, you need to have the "dialer pool-member (number)" command under BRI0/0 and the "dialer pool (number)" command under D0 if this interface is to place calls. This will associate the BRI port with the correct Dialer interface.
Don't know what you have defined as interesting traffic but if it is something like "ip any any" you can just ping the distant end to generate interesting traffic. Of course, you have to logically shut the primary interface that is being backed up or pull the cable.
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