I configure the XM with IPIP function and it works fine. However, I find that some calls will go to dial-peer 4403. It seems that some calls fail to terminate to dial-peer 4401 and 4402, it flows to dial-peer 4403.
I would like to enable the "condition overflow" function below
- All calls must go to dial-peer 4401 and 4402 for normal situration. The call will not flow to dial-peer 4403 if the gateway 192.168.16.20 OR 192.168.17.120 are up.
- When the gateway 192.168.16.20 AND 192.168.17.120 are down, the calls should flow to dial-peer 4403 only.
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