I have a Cisco 2821 with a DSL WIC and normal fast ethernet connection.. im trying to backup the main interface by using dialer-watch on the ethernet.. backup interface isn't good enough cause I can't rely on line protocol..
If I configure dialer-watch on the dialer interface it doesn't kill the dialer, it has no effect whatsoever.. All I wanna know is, is this command supported on DSL at all? or is it only for old style ISDN stuff, i've seen some examples of it being used with DSL and Scott Morris's example on TCP mag,,, but I can't get it to work.. My config is pretty simple..
Interface dialer 1
ip addresses ect..
dialer watch-group 1
dialer watch-list 1 ip <tracked route>
Would be great if someone could let me know or offer any assistance.. I do have an alternative however if this works it would be great.... cheers
I've looked into this, I havn't found a way of triggering a dialer address with object tracking.. the DSL interface needs to be down when the normal interface is working, like it would be if the backup interface command was used, however I havn't figured out a way to do this with object tracking..
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