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Re: ISIS ISDN posted 09/03/2004
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You define clns-is traffic as interesting.

James wrote:

Okay got a Q..

With just simple ISDN configuration below, and running IS-IS over it, there won't be any CLNS adjacency formulating unless the ISDN circuit is already
dialed and up and operational as defined by dialer-list.


Now my question is... how do I make it so that CLNS will bring up the ISDN
interface and establish adj. even when ISDN is in down state due to no ip
traffic?

Many thanks,
-J

interface BRI0/0
ip address 160.10.15.5 255.255.255.0
ip router isis encapsulation ppp
dialer map clns 49.0004.1600.1000.3003.00 name LL3 broadcast 8358613
dialer map clns 49.0004.1600.1000.3003.00 name LL3 broadcast 8358713
dialer map ip 160.10.15.3 name LL3 broadcast 8358613
dialer map ip 160.10.15.3 name LL3 broadcast 8358713
dialer-group 1
isdn switch-type basic-ni
isdn spid1 0835861401 8358614
isdn spid2 0835871401 8358714
no peer neighbor-route
no cdp enable
isis circuit-type level-2-only
dialer-list 1 protocol ip permit
dialer-list 1 protocol clns permit
!