Thanks for this link ...BUT.... I need to connect the modem to the Router and get it to accept INCOMING calls on the AUX port. This link explains how to configure the router to dial out using the modem. Need it the other way round i.e. If we lose connectivity to the router via our diginet connectivity, I want to be able to dial in to the router and troubleshoot.
Could this be done connecting the modem to the console port as well or would connecting via the AUX port have the same effect? I know connecting via the console port could become a MAJOR security risk.
Much appreciated. This config is on my router but I cannot get the courier V.Everything modem to accept incoming calls. I have connected it to an analogue line and tried calling it from a fax machine and from a phone line.
At the moment I have AA,OH,MR,CS lights on. The OH does not want to go off.
DIP SWITCH Settings:
1,2,5,6,9 - OFF
3,4,7,8,10 - ON
I know this is not cisco related but a point in the right direction would be good. Tried the USR site and sent them a mail. No luck on site or response to email.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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