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hello all

I am cisco 2509 router i am using asyn dial up from this my remote client use to access my network by this router asyn interface ,,  
now i want what the when my remote user dial to my router which is connected to modem once they dial and authentication from router , is there any process that now my router automatically dial the client modem ,,, i meen in 2000 advance server there is dial-back feature in RAS , is there any similar process to dial back to client end  when client dial to router and router automatically dial to client modem
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hello all
thanks for ur reply , but i still not sucess  , i am using pc having operating system advance 2000 server
shall i have to do there any thing ,  i meen i just make normal dial up connection to dial router ,, as usuall
done for dial to any isp .
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