shutting down a atm interface configured in a pvc range
I need to temporarily disable a atm interface configured in a pvc range. The need for this is to suspend a customer for non pay without going out to the remote cabnet and pulling wires. The problem I am having is you can't get into the interface if it is configured in a range. If you have any other suggestions I could try that would be great. They are on a DHCP range and we are not using PPPOE, so denying IP's or user names wont work.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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