I have an exising 827 configured for PPPoA using a dialer interface (dialer profile). If I create a Policy-Map and apply it to the Dialer interface for egress traffic the interface goes down. If I debug it complains about not having a dialer string - since a dailer string is not needed for this setup I am a bit stuck (debug message is cannot dial, no dialer string). I can add a dummy dialer string but it still doesnt work. I understand the 827 isn't the most featured router in the world but is there an alternative way to set this up so I can apply a service policy on the interface (be it dialer or other). I need to use PPPoA and CHAP/PAP authentication.
Thanks for all the really helpful replies........not ;o)
Anyway this is obviously a 'bug' but the workaround is real simple - reload the router............ If you make any changes to the policy-map later on and need to remove and re-add it then its another reload. Strange I know but that is the only way I can get the service policy to be applied.
As far as I can tell it must be because the Dialer interface (PPPoA) is up and connected when I am making changes. If its up and any changes (and I mean any...) are made to the Dialer interface it goes down and complains about not having a dialer string. If the changes are made and saved and then the router is reloaded it works fine.
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