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Console connect to Cisco routers via minicom
Authored by: pauldr on Feb 12, '10 03:29:06AM

I need some assistance. I have read several posts on how to use minicom on a mac os (10.5.8) to connect and configure a cisco switch. I am not able to do to this. I'm going to post my config settings and if anyone has a solution, please let me know. I have been working on this for 3 weeks and tried suggesting to my supervisor to use windows but he will not budge.

I would greatly appreciate any guidance to solve this.

Thank you,

Config Settings:
Serial Port Setup
A -    Serial Device      : /dev/tty.USA28Xfa41P1.1
B - Lockfile Location     : /Users/admin/minicom/tty
C -   Callin Program      :
D -  Callout Program      :
E -    Bps/Par/Bits       : 9600 8N1
F - Hardware Flow Control : No
G - Software Flow Control : No

A - Init string .........
B - Reset string ........ ^M~ATZ^M~
C - Dialing prefix #1.... ATDT
D - Dialing suffix #1.... ^M
E - Dialing prefix #2.... ATDP
F - Dialing suffix #2.... ^M
G - Dialing prefix #3.... ATX1DT
H - Dialing suffix #3.... ;X4D^M
I - Connect string ...... CONNECT
J - No connect strings .. NO CARRIER BUSY
K - Hang-up string ...... ~~+++~~ATH^M
L - Dial cancel string .. ^M

M - Dial time ........... 45 Q - Auto bps detect ..... No
N - Delay before redial . 2 R - Modem has DCD line .. Yes
O - Number of tries ..... 10 S - Status line shows ... DTE speed
P - DTR drop time (0=no). 1 T - Multi-line untag .... No

Change which setting? (Return or Esc to exit)

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