But then I come to another problem. I need multiple connections to the same destination with different sub-addresses. My Subaddresses are used for accounting different service I use on the other side of the connection.
Don´t blame me, I didn´t come up with the idea of doing the connection this way.
So this solution is not really helpful, because it binds me to only one Sub-Add.
I need to do internal X.25 Routing for multiple X.121 Address-manipulations and then bind those calls to the CUG. But "use-map" and "x25 route" seem to dislike each other.
this would use the vty line number as the subaddress - you have no control over which subaddress will be used next though. By the way you are using the same translate statment to use different subaddresses => not sure how you can differentiate on the TCP side which subaddress you want to use !!
If you are differentiating on the TCP side (use a different port number), then you can do something like below:
translate tcp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port 2224 stream x25 222401 use-map
translate tcp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port 2225 stream x25 222402 use-map
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