My router as an serial interface wich is configured with x25 encapsulation without address and a tty dial in line wich should allow for pad access and protocol translation. The problem is that the router consider that all transactions is coming from de x25 "default interface" even the ones coming from the pad. How can I avoid it?
The Terminal Line Security for PAD Connections feature allows a CUG service to be configured on terminal lines, enabling terminal lines to participate in X.25 CUG security for packet assembler/disassembler (PAD) connections. A CUG service can be applied to console lines, auxiliary lines, and tty and vty devices. Configuring a CUG service on terminal lines allows you to specify CUG protection for lines that are part of the point of presence (POP).
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