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Aux back-to-back question

Hi,

In a lab enviroment, can I use:

RouterA's Aux --Modem----direct RJ11----Modem-- RouterB's Aux

If it can be done, how to configure it?

thanks

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New Member

Re: Aux back-to-back question

Yes, you can do aux back-to-back.

for the RJ11 cable, I guess it doesn't work, I never tried it before. I use Cisco Console Cable to connect the two ports. Cisco console cable is a full-reverse cable.

for the configuration, it is simple. just like

inter async 1

async mode ded

async defau rou

inter aux 0

flowco hard

speed 38400

You may need to add other commands, I forgot exactly.

Bronze

Re: Aux back-to-back question

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Re: Aux back-to-back question

You can connect routers back-to-back on Aux ports using null modem cable:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/tech/tk801/tk36/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080093c7b.shtml

Thanks, Mak.

New Member

Re: Aux back-to-back question

Thanks for the reply.

However, what I meant is, to simulate modems dial-up connection.

Is it possible so RouterA can dial-up to RouterB with above diagram? if not, then how can I simulate the dial-up without the use of real PSTN?

Thanks in advance

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