In our lab, we use 2600s, 3600s, and even some old 2500s as comm servers to allow us to connect to device consoles via reverse telnet (e.g. telnet COMM_IP 2033).
I also keep a USB-to-DB9 dongle in my laptop bag along with a DB9-to-RJ45 connector and a roll-over cable for when I need to go onsite. I use the Belkin USB-to-DB9 dongle, and I have never had a problem with it.
I am using a usb to serial dongle with win XP since my serial port on my laptop did get broken. It is working on a virtual COM Port, like Joe said, that was created when I had to install the driver for the dongle.
So it is definitely working without any problems on Win XP and Win2k!!
and nearly all of my colleagues do the same because of the absence of a physical serial port on their laptops.
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