Configuring ISDN on a router involves setting up several global and interface parameters. Some of the parameters are mandatory, and others are optional. This chapter specifies both kinds.
The tasks to perform when configuring ISDN include the following:
Global parameters— Specify the switch type used by the central office (CO), set up static routes to various ISDN destinations, and select conditions for initiating an ISDN call—that is, interesting traffic.
Interface parameters— Configure interface options, assign an interface to a dialer group, and map ISDN calls to the appropriate destinations.
Optional parameters— Include options such as idle timer or response time to a call.
Most of these tasks aren't arranged in this particular ...