With no flow control on the console port, it's common to overrun the port when sending large config files from a terminal emulator. Is there any way to avoid this, other than manually breaking up the file and sending a chunk at a time, maybe by adjusting the console buffer size, if possible?
Most terminal emulator programs (like Hyperterm, or TeraTerm, or SecurCRT, etc) have a setting where you can specify character delay and or line delay. If you use these parameters to specify some delay you can send the config file (even very large configs) without over-running the console.
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