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Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

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hello

has naybody got a lease line (connected to the IP Office!)to automatically use ISDN in case of a failer?

I have a customer who want to do this for both voice and data, but it has to be automatic.

I tried to do this without it working, does anybody have any examples?

Thanks

RE: Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

I tried but can,t get it to work, he won,t see the los of network.
This Question was asked in a earlier thread,and no one had a solutinon.
You have to use a seperate router.


Greets Peter

RE: Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

What do yo mean with a leased line?
Describe what your config is like and the scenario you would like to be followed.

RE: Lease Line automatic routing over ISDN

If the leased line is connected to the 37 Pin Wan connector then adding a telephone number to the service should give automatic fallback.

Personaly I prefer to have the fallback activated manualy as this notifies the customer that they have a problem.

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