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RE: ISDN -- challenge! [7:46496] posted 06/14/2002
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"You have default routes pointed towards one another. You ping an address
that doesn't exist on either router. The first sends it off to the second.
The second doesn't know what to do with it so sends it on to its default
which is the first."

I do agree with your statements ... However, what is the need to open a
second channel when there is one already opened? Shouldn't Router A use the
already existing channel?


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