I really don't understand what happening, it's not the first time I configure ISDN with DDR and I have some experience in the field.
When router_A call router_B (or inversely when B call A) the ping works only when both channel are UP. Each router use a different channel to talk with the remote router. When one of the channel is down (example BRI0:2) the ping stop working.
From router_A (192.168.199.2) when I execute : ping 192.168.199.1, the "echo request" bring up the channel BRI0:1, and continue to use this channel
On router_B (192.168.199.1) the debug dialer show that router_B bring up the channel BRI0:2 to send "echo-reply".
the first ping suceed with 20% only, and the link take too many time to bring up (time to bring up the twoo channel).
I have compare with different configuration, and I can't see where I could made an mistake.
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