When you use ISDN you normally have (if provisioned) 2B+D. 2 65k data channels plus a D channel for management of the call. If you dial the SPID to your headquarters PRI, leave off the PPP Multilink statement which bonds the call to 128k. The call will only connect at 64k without the statement. The Bandwidth 64 statement is only used for Routing protocol calculations. It will not effect the bandwidth.
Sorry,have another follow-up question. The reason why control is done here is because we are doing Disaster Recovery.
We have 18 devices to dial in to the PRI of the headquaters, and 3 of them needs 128kbps.
15 do not need..So,wondering if when the RODS kicks in..(we are using RODS to kicks in the 18 devices to dial to PRI ISDN No), will the channel not enough to cater to all the 18devices as if all of them bond the call to 128kbps,it will not enough.
At the same time, during normal operation time, we would like it to be what it is..meaning if the devices serial is 128k,then then will follow suit where is 128kbps if backup interface kicks in at isdn.
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