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shutdown 1 dialer on router

Posted on 2002-04-09
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coz not very familiar with router, i try to shut down 1 dialer on my isdn to run at 64kbps.

when i issue the shutdown command i get this msg
"shutdown not allowed on rotary group lead"

anyone can give me some guide how to change the router to use only 1B channel. thanks
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Cisco router?
Interface Dialer x
 no ppp multilink

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by:gotreply
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yes , using cisco routers,
dialer x, use mppp

sh run cmd at
http://www.geocities.com/alexlow2020/shrun.txt

i know it has to do with mppp but dunno how to disable it already coz yrs back didn't configure routers.

need someone to provide guide , many thxs

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REMOTE>enable
password:
REMOTE# config t
REMOTE(config)# int bri 0
REMOTE(config)# no dialer string 79536200
REMOTE(config)# no ppp multilink
REMOTE(config)# exit
REMOTE# writ mem
[OK]
REMOTE#
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thanks man, got it !
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