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To configure client PPP callback so that all calls over this interface will request callback, perform the following tasks:

Step 1 Configure PPP on the serial or ISDN interface.

Step 2 Set up a dialer map with the dialer map ip and dialer-group commands. Be sure that the dialer map command has a name field with the correct name of the server. In this example, the server is named RouterB.

Step 3 Configure the router interface as the callback client using the ppp callback request command.

Step 4 Set the authentication to CHAP using the ppp authentication chap command.

Note You can use the optional dialer hold-queue timeout or dialer redial commands to specify the number of seconds that the callback client waits for a return call from the callback server.

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