I'm implementing VPN solution for one of our clients.
Our company is ISP and Network provider. Here is the case.
Our clients' remote offices connect to our network via leased lines. There is one leased line with higher bandwidth to clients' central office. On the clients' remote offices we implement Cisco 1601 with ISDN Wan card. The ISDN should serve as a backup link in case the leased line between clients remote office and our network fails. The ISDN dials into our network as well triggered by dialer watch. The problem is that I can't get the encription to work when connected via dialer watch.
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