Head Office and Branch offices are connected over 128 Kbps leased line using Cisco 3620 routers. I want to connect a dump terminal on the Branch Office router through the Async Port using RS232-SS cable.
Async port of Head office router would to connected to Unix Server through RS232-SS able.The Leased line Internetwork between the routers is running on IP/IPX
I tried to create ASYNC DATA Tunnel but it did not work,
The following setup I used to test the connectivity in the Lab test:
Two PCs are connected through the serial cables on either end of Internetwork ( i.e. To Router ASYNC port)-Created Async Data Tunnel describe in the document and using LL3 software-Tried to established the connectivity but did not succeed.
Re: HHHHHHHEPL ME -Async Device Connectivity Problem
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