Connector for the "2-Port A/S Serial WAN Interface Card"
Could someone assist/recommend a place where I can purchase the "serial connector only" for this particular interface card "2-Port Async/Sync Serial Card". Several sources seem to think this may be strictly a Cisco product, but I believe otherwise. Any and all help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Re: Connector for the "2-Port A/S Serial WAN Interface Card"
If you are referring to the Smart Serial interface, it is not unique to Cisco (I thought so until recently but have now seen it used by other vendors). However, I'm not sure if everyone follows a standard pinout so there is some risk if you buy elsewhere.
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