I have a 3640 running 12.2(5) connected to a PRI. On one of the dialer interfaces I have used the 'ppp chap hostname <host>' command to send a predefined host name. When dialing in to this interface I can see from the debug that the router hostname is still being sent. If a username/password pair is set up for the router hostname the connection is made OK. When dialing out from this interface it sends the predefined hostname. Has any one come across this?
Re: ppp chap hostname - still sends router hostname
It sounds like you are using dialer profiles. The issue is binding; when we receive an incoming call, we use either CLID or authentication to bind the call to a profile. If we don't bind with CLID, then we have to authenticate using the config of the physical interface before we can figure out which profile (which remote user this is) to bind to. To bind by CLID, first you have to ensure that the telco will provide the info in the ISDN call setup, then configure the command "dialer caller XXX" under the appropriate profile. "debug dialer" should indicate to you when the binding occurs; use this in association with "debug ppp".
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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