Cisco 760 questions

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Don Morse, Jan 9, 2004.

  1. Don Morse

    Don Morse Guest

    New to Cisco operations. Been using Zyxel Prestige 100IH ISDN router.
    works fine. Decided to try a Cisco unit. I have it programmed properly
    for the DN's and SPIDS, analog lines work fine on system. LAN addressing
    seems to work fine, responds to pings from network and pings to outside
    addresses force the router to dial out. Here's the problem. I keep
    getting a message "call is not ISDN end to end, trying 56K". and the
    router never connects. If I take out the ISDN line and plug it back in
    to the Zyxel, everything works fine.. No one has a clue what that
    message means or what to do about it... I have the Cisco dialing the
    same ISP access number as the Zyxel, and it's alternates, all get the
    same response... just in case, I got a second 760 and tried it, got the
    same message... stumped... anyone have any ideas?
     
    Don Morse, Jan 9, 2004
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