Hi. We have two 801 routers connecting offices over isdn. Thanks to a deal with the telecom company, we can get very cheap rate calls for anything up to one hour's duration. So what I want the routers to do is disconnect just before the hour is up. Normal DDR operation will then bring the line up again until the next hour, etc.
Is this possible in the software? Multiple time-ranges? If not, I presume some kind of scripted telnet session scheduled from a workstation could issue the ISDN disconnect command?
I just realised that I had not replied to your post. Thanks for the info - it was exactly what I was looking for. I am using dialer profiles and so have applied it to that particular dialer interface. Coupled with quite a long idle-timeout value, the call disconnects on the button every time!
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