From my previous post I finally got VPDN Dialback to work, now there is another problem. If I dial in using ISDN the AS5350 dials me back using ISDN, when I dial in using analogue, it still dials me back ISDN. I then reset the dialer interface, dial in analogue and it dials me back analogue, then I use ISDN again and guess what....it dials back analogue....
This is my config...
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Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
IOS (tm) 5350 Software (C5350-JS-M), Version 12.2(11)T1, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2)
I would say instead of using the same dialer interface for both the analog and isdn connection, use the different one for both..So pl. create the interface dialer 1 for analog termination and have same config as dialer 0 interface.
So point interface group-async 1 for interface dialer 1 using "dialer rotary-group 1".
You can just use "intereface group-async 1" without pointing it to dialer
The problem is likely that no one has really wanted to do this in the past, so the implementation may not be that robust. There was a bug CSCdp01232 which attempted to fix this to some extent, but it sounds like it's not complete. You can open a case with the TAC to have this pursued further, but in the meantime you may want to see about having different VPDN groups for your async and sync users.
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