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x25 nvc exceeded

Hi,

my question:

i have two routers which i connect over x25.

if i want to connect these two routers i always got the message:

Jan 10 09:34:17.919: Serial0/0: X.25 I R1 Clear Confirm (3) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Serial0/0: X.25 I R1 Call (22) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: From (10): 0449199150 To (15): 411270433104210

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Facilities: (0)

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Call User Data (4): 0xCC000000 (ip)

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Maximum NVCs exceeded

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Serial0/0: X.25 O R1 Clear (5) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:19.911: Cause 0, Diag 71 (DTE originated/No logical channel avail

able)

Jan 10 09:34:19.923: Serial0/0: X.25 I R1 Clear Confirm (3) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Serial0/0: X.25 I R1 Call (22) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: From (10): 0449199150 To (15): 411270433104210

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Facilities: (0)

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Call User Data (4): 0xCC000000 (ip)

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Maximum NVCs exceeded

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Serial0/0: X.25 O R1 Clear (5) 8 lci 4

Jan 10 09:34:21.907: Cause 0, Diag 71 (DTE originated/No logical channel avail

able)

BUT:

I hav not configured a x25 map with any NVC-Statment !!!

So why ?

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Anonymous
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Re: x25 nvc exceeded

You are receiving a larger number of X25 calls carrying IP traffic

than the X25 IP maps configured on the interface.

The router does not have a map statement to match to the

incoming call so you get the message above.

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