How is ISDN actived in this case? The router in question has all directly connected routes with a default static route injected by BGP (no floating statics). There is also no backup interface commands on serials.
You seem to have a particular implementation in mind and are asking how it works without giving any details about the impelmentation. So this is kind of shooting in the dark. One way to activate ISDN in this kind of situation is dialer watch.
If that is not the kind of answer that you are looking for then perhaps a little more detail in your question would help us get to the answer that you seek.
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