Im looking at switching providers for DSL in the UK. However the login will change on the dialer interface, I still need to gain remote access to the 877 but if the line drops and is live on the new DSL provider this wont be possible. Is there anyway to configure two dialer interfaces with different logins so when the line gets switched the dialer with the correct login will get authenticated. Is this possible? It will have a single ATM interface.
When I did a bit of testing I couldnt get both dialers to work, it would always take the first dialer and not bother with the rest, i.e. dialer 0 was fine and dialer 1 wasnt.
I could do the reboot thing but most of the customers dont know what a router is, or where it is (usually hidden in a dark corner) :)
I was trying to see if there was a way of doing it so it would just connect with new credentials when the line dropped and came back on the new provider, then I could get back in and remove the old details.
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