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FAQ-Why Traffic Forwarding Fails if the NAT or QoS Configuration on a Physical Interface Is Modified After Dialup Succeeds

Publication Date:  2015-05-05  |   Views:  519  |   Downloads:  0  |   Document ID:  EKB1000075802

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Issue Description

Why Traffic Forwarding Fails if the NAT or QoS Configuration on a Physical Interface Is Modified After Dialup Succeeds?

Solution

This problem occurs in the following situations:
  • In RS-DCC, the dialer_bundle-member command is used to specify a dialer bundle for the physical interface.
  • In C-DCC, the dialer circular-group command is used to specify a dialer circular group for the physical interface.
To resume traffic forwarding, terminate the dialup connection and redial to establish a link. After dialup succeeds, do not modify the NAT or QoS configuration on the physical interface.