[nsp] Dial-Backup for PPPoE-Dialer?
croberts at bongle.co.uk
Fri Feb 13 10:21:16 EST 2004
In terms of portability, using SAA to track a specific IP address and
therefore bring up the ISDN if that IP address is down seems just as
unportable as dialer-watch tracking a specific IP address. Surely the most
portable way is to use a /30 on the connection in the first place and track
the /32 peer neighbor-route, otherwise you end up changing SAA instead of
the dialer-watch feature on every router. Obviously you trade IP space
wastage for portability, but this might be alright in some circumstances
(MPLS VPN for example).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Christie" <neil at fissure.net>
To: <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 11:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nsp] Dial-Backup for PPPoE-Dialer?
> Bug ID: CSCds88143 (which has no public description/is Cisco
> confidential) has been around for some time AFAICT and was due to be
> fixed/implemented in 12.3T.
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