PRI + PVDM modems - set IP destination based on DNIS
I have the following setup:
PVDM2-12DM modem module on motherboard
NM-1CE1T1-PRI PRI card
The PRI has a range of numbers assigned to it, but I need to be able to direct dial-in traffic to specific backend IP addresses, based on the number the user dials in to reach the router (the DNIS). I am familiar with the autocommand function used in line configs and have used it before with asynch attached modems to trigger telnet sessions, but never with PRI. Is it possible?
Can anyone provide some links to documetnation or advice on how to set this up?
Re: PRI + PVDM modems - set IP destination based on DNIS
Thanks for the link, its a great help! However I am unable to configure a modem-pool. In global config mode "modem-pool" is an unrecognised command. There is no problem with the modems as the router recognises the PVDM2 modem bank when I show diagnostics.
When issuing 'sh line' I can also see the 12 modem lines 0/322 - 0/333. They also show up automatically as 12 individual asynch interfaces in the config.
Im running IOS 12.4(9)T4
Could it be there is alternative config required for these types of modems?
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