I have a Cisco 678 ADSL router provided by my ISP. The ISP has given me login access to the local Cisco 678 router.
I would like to switch out the Cisco 678 NON-IOS router with a Cisco 1417 IOS enabled router.
I cannot get the ADSL (ATM0) line to EVER come up, it's always DOWN/DOWN.
I have configured the VPI/VCI (0/35). When I run debug atm commands I get the 0x8 status message and the line always is down/down.
ANY help would be appreciated.
I am running static IP, and do not use PPoE.
The ISP tech tells me the Cisco 1417 MUST support DMT, CAP or G.Lite encoding and RFC1483 routing.
can you post the configuration of your 1417 ? Also, which IOS version are you running ?
Not sure if you have already looked at this document, it talks about Layer 1 troubleshooting on the 1417:
Troubleshooting Layer 1 on a Cisco 1417 Router
Thanks for the troubleshooting doc
Here is the configuration on the Cisco 678
Warning: traffic may pause while NVRAM is being accessed
[[ CBOS = Section Start ]]
NSOS 1483 Routing = enabled
NSOS Strict Exec Password =
NSOS MD5 Root Password =
NSOS MD5 Commander Password =
NSOS Ethernet Speed = autodetect
NSOS MD5 Enable Password =
NSOS Prompt = DSL-678
[[ TFTP = Section Start ]]
[[ IP Routing = Section Start ]]
IP NAT Outside IP = 61.036.159.209
IP NAT Entry = 192.168.1.1, 23, 61.036.159.209, 23, tcp;
IP Port Address = 00, 22.214.171.124
IP Port Address Mask = 00, 255.255.255.248
IP Directed_Broadcast Forwarding = disabled
[[ ATM WAN Device Driver = Section Start ]]
ATM WAN Virtual Connection Parms = 00, 0, 35, 0
[[ SNMP Management = Section Start ]]
SNMP = enabled
SNMP Manager List = 126.96.36.199, publice, read, trappable, all;0.0.0.1, private, write, trappable, all;0.0.0.0, publice, read, trappable, all;
[[ DHCP = Section Start ]]
DHCP Server = enabled
DHCP Server Learn First Pool Address = enabled
DHCP Server Pool DNS = 00, 188.8.131.52
DHCP Server Pool Secondary DNS = 00, 166.79.035.242
DHCP Server Pool Lease = 00, 43200
DHCP Server Pool = 00, disabled
[[ WEB = Section Start ]]
[[ SYSLOG = Section Start ]]
SYSLOG = enabled
SYSLOG Server = 184.108.40.206
The configuration on the Cisco 1417 is blank so far.