I'm expiriencing a strange problem connecting to a cisco 2610.
Routers A and B are 3640's with me in the Netherlands, Router C is in the UK. When A or B connects to C with ppp chap, packets can travel to C. However, returnpackets never reach A or B. On C I see a successfull dialer-setup, and with 'debug ip packet' I see the packet being routed to the correct interface. These packets never reach A or B.
The stange thing is: when C dials A or B all is well.
- There are no access-lists on the dialers of C.
- No crypto.
- There is no caller-id when A or B dials C (international call).
Try some other tools like ping and traceroute or debug ip packets with ping . Can you give more details about your problem with a diagram send as a attachment and other router configuration to understand the problem better.
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