|>set systemname remote||Sets the system name of the remote router.|
|remote>cd lan||Change to the LAN profile|
|remote:LAN>set bridging off||Turns bridging off in the LAN profile.|
|remote:LAN>set ipx routing on||Turns ipx routing on in the LAN profile.|
|remote:LAN>set ipx framing 802.3||Sets the ipx framing type to 802.3. This determined by the framing type running on the fileserver and workstations.
|remote:LAN>set ipx rip update periodic||Sends the ipx rip and sap tables out the ethernet port every 60 seconds.|
|remote>set user HQ||Creates the user profile "HQ".|
|remote:HQ>set bridging off||Turns bridging off in the user profile "HQ".|
|remote:HQ>set profile id 0040f902cbb4
||Configures the physical ethernet address of the main router, 0040f902cbb4, in the user profile "HQ". During a cpp call the ethernet address is passed in band during call negotiation, the profile id must match the far end router's ethernet address for the call to be assigned to the proper profile. If the call is not identified, either the profile id is incorrect or missing, then the call will be given to the STANDARD profile instead of the created profile. This event will cause problems in routed environments.
|remote:HQ>set timeout 120||Sets the idle timeout parameter to 120 seconds. If there is no interesting traffic to be forwarded across the ISDN connection for 120 seconds then the call will be disconnected.
|remote:HQ>set 1 number 14085221234||Sets the phone numbers in the user profile "HQ" that are used to dial out to the main router. In this case, the main router has the same phone number for both b channels, so the same number is set in link 1 and link 2. Link 2 is for bandwidth on demand. It will not automatically connect if link 1 isn't already connected. Link 2's number is NOT used for a secondary dial number, it is for bandwidth on demand only.|
|remote:HQ>set 2 number 14085221234|
|remote:HQ>set ipx routing on||Turns ipx routing on in the user profile "HQ".
|remote:HQ>set ipx framing 802.3||Sets the ipx framing type to 802.3. Must match the framing on the main site router's user profile "remote".|
|remote:HQ>set ipx rip update demand
||Sends the ipx rip and sap tables out the isdn port upon a change in the table. The remote router will call the main router if it has been power cycled or if there has been a change on the remote routers rip or sap table.|
|remote:HQ>set ipx network AFAF||Sets the ipx network address for the ISDN link to AFAF. There must be a network given to the ISDN cloud that is unique. It must not be used on any other interface except the main router's user profile "remote" that it is connecting to. The main router's user profile "remote" must have the same ipx network address.
|remote:HQ>set ipx spoofing 60 (in minutes)||Sets the ipx watchdog spoofing to 60 minutes. If the call disconnects, the users' logins will be spoofed to the remote site servers for 60 minutes. If the connection is not made before the 60 minutes, then the spoofing will end and the router will no longer answer the server's watchdog packets. At this point the user's login session on the remote site server will be closed.