I have a problem. I have a network on board a vessel, the network is fine and I can ping the Router. However the router is connected to a Skanti Sat B which has a 9 pin connector. I ahve used the 60 pin to 25 pin lead supplied by Cisco and a standard 25 to 9 pin adapter. The Sat B also has an in-built default modem. Using the Router I can get upto 64K on this connection. However when I ping the ip address at the other end off the sat b connection the sat B just sits there and does nothing. I've checked with the documentation that came with the 1720 and every thing seams o.k. I can ping to the ethernet but can't connect to the outside world. Hope someone can give me a script for serial connection and dialer, or pointers. Router has a sync/async card installed.
Am I correct in assuming that your goal is a Dial on Demand Routing (DDR) scheme? There are hundreds of pages of documents and examples on CCO for setting up DDR. You need to figure out what makes that Sat-B dial. I have done IP over INMARSAT in the past. I have found that DTR Dialer is often the only choice. But you will need to find out if that is sufficient to cause the Sat-B to dial.
To start of with DDR is the option I am trying for. However the 1720 does have a scheduler built in but I havnt figured that out yet. I have successfully set up a Cisco using a 25 way DTE servral times with no hassels. I would have thought that if I bought a 25 TO 9 pin converter (standard) it would have been the same pin layout, its either that or my script is wrong.
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