1. Strange Behaviour Cisco-1003 <-> Cisco-1003
I'm encountering a strange problem between two Cisco-1003.
(The first has IOS 11.2 the second Ios 11.3)
If the first on calls the other on everything works fine.
If the latter one calls the first one, the connection is not getting up.
Both work with basically the same configuration:
username OTHERROUTERNAME password 0 COMMONPASSWORD
isdn switch-type basic-net3
interface bri 0
ip unnumbered Ether 0
dialer map ip OTHERIP name OTHERNAME telefonnumber
ppp auth chap
access-list 100 permit ip any any
dialer-list 1 proto ip list 100
no ip classless
ip route OTHERROUTER 255.255.255.255 BRI0
the following debugs are switched on:
If the first calls the second, an incomming connection is indicated in the
PPP started, and LCP begins to poll. (Soon after this, the first LCP-Packet
the remote side comes in, and after protocol-negotiations Authorization
After this everything works as expected. (The IP-connection is comming up).
If the second calls the first, the first shows an incomming call, and
accepts this call.
On both sides PPP's are started, both LCP's begin to poll, but these packets
received from the other side. After 10 packets (or so) both sides give up
Any hints what im doing wrong ?
Thanks for your time...Rainer
PS: The first router has a direct (telekom) isdn-line. The second one is
behind our companys
Anyhow, the second router can successfully call other partners (like
internet call-by-call numbers of
various providers, and my private Win-NT at home)
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