I am using 3640 (IOS: c3640-i-mz.122-5d.bin) and the remote is 1751v IOS:c1700-k9o3sv3y7-mz.122-8.T4.bin).
the setup scenario is this:Two 3640's and the remote router are linked via OSPF. one 3640 has the primary link to the remote while the other has 16-AM .when the primary link goes down, we have a static route (with high metric) to initiate the dial from the remote.
authentication is successful. remote begins to respond to ping but begins timing out shortly thereafter
Not sure why you feel it's not related to the bug CSCin37510, I would think that instead of packet type 0x0021 ping reply contains a packet type of 0x000, so it decleared as a Non-NCP packet and discarded.
Can you please collect the following outputs (on the router that says a non-NCP packet) for a new call & followed by a ping:
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