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ppp authentication and dialer callers

Hi

I´m a bit confused relating the way incoming calls are binded to dialer profile interfaces when we configure "ppp authentication" in the physical interface

and we use "dialer caller" too.

I have read when you configure only "ppp authentication", incoming calls are binded to a dialer profile when the router remote name (or user) matchs

a dialer profile "dialer remote name". When you use "dialer callers" only, calls are binded to a dialer profile looking at the calling number.

But what happen when you use both of them. Which one is used first. What if the remote name match a dialer profile and the calling number matchs

another one ?

I dont know if any of you know the exact process used to bind incoming calls o a link relating this issue.

Thanks

Octavio

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Re: ppp authentication and dialer callers

When we have both "dialer remote-name" & " dialer caller" configured at the same time......since the calling number will be received during the call setup before the username is presented the call will get bound to the dialer interface based on "dialer caller".

NOTE: However if the "dialer remote-name" does not match here then the call will fail (on authentication)....however the reverse is not true, that is, if the dialer caller does not match but the remote name matches the call will connect.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122newft/122tcr/122tdr/drfd.htm#1120901

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122newft/122tcr/122tdr/drfd.htm#1019300

Thanks, Mak.

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