I'm using various 2600's with ISDN BRI's (basic-ni) dialing into a common NAS with 2 T1's (primary-dms100).
When I activate a single 2600, it will connect successfully and create an MLP bundle on the NAS using the 2600 hostname as an identifier. The problem arises when another 2600 attempts to establish a connection while an MLP bundle exists. I'm seeing the following error:
Oct 22 12:39:30 EDT: %DIALER-6-BIND: Interface Se2/1/0:15 bound to profile Di1
Oct 22 12:39:30 EDT: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Serial2/1/0:15, changed state to up
Oct 22 12:39:31 EDT: Se2/1/0:15 MLP: Request add link to bundle
Oct 22 12:39:31 EDT: Se2/1/0:15 MLP: Adding link to bundle
Oct 22 12:39:31 EDT: Se2/1/0:15 MLP: Link unable to join bundle routerX, name routerY doesn't match
Oct 22 12:39:31 EDT: Se2/1/0:15 MLP: Link for 5555551234 not added to bundle
Oct 22 12:39:31 EDT: %DIALER-6-UNBIND: Interface Se2/1/0:15 unbound from profile Di1
I am unsure why routerY is attempting to join routerX's bundle. It seems to me routerY should try to establish a bundle of it's own using "routerY" as an identifier.
Attached are my interface configs. If anyone can point me in the right direction here it will be appreciated. Thanks.
my first thought would be that the Dialer 1 on your NAS does not have the 'dialer remote-name' configured and hence does not know who is connecting. Also, on your 2600, you have the 'class dialer' configured on your 2600, is that configured for callback ? Can you post that part, or better yet, the full configuration of both the NAS and the 2600 ?
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