I have a Cisco 2503 router (I know it's kinda outdated) and i can't seem to be able to log on to the console. I am using an RJ-45 to DB-9 female connector (roll-over), with the DB-9 female connector going into my terminal's COM1 port. (I've also tried using COM2, both COM ports are working) RJ-45 going into the router's console port. I am using Hyper terminal (Windows 2000 server) to dial in, settings for Hyperterminal are as follows:
Bits per second: 9600
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1 or 2 (tried both)
Flow control: None
Connect using: COM1
Is there anything that I've left unconfigured? As i know of, this is the default configurations to dial into the console. However, I can't seem to be able to dial-in through the router console. The LED labeled 'OK' is on (green), it is powered up and running. Please assist anyone? Really appreciate the help
I have tried rebooting the server, but hyperterminal seems to fail me! The router was previously configured by a systems engineer who is no longer with the company. I figured out telnetting too but don't know the IP add set for it. Furthermore i don't have the vty password with me. The only way i've figured out is via console port. Thought if i could connect via console, I could then probably reset the register.
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