I'm having trouble configuring a backup dialer when my primary circuit goes down. I have a point to point circuit setup over the internet that connects to my router via FE1/1 port. I have a Good Old Fashion Multiteck 56K modem on POT circuit.
I have configured the ip sla to monitor the remote interface on the other side of the tunnel via icmp packets, when the circuit drops I can see the reachability tracking state go up and down based on the status of the remote link.
no matter what I do I can not get the DDR to go on line and make a call.
Does anyone see anything wrong with my configuration.
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