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How to configure RS232 device over a leased line connection

Head office and branch office are connected over a 128Kbps leased line using 2 *Cisco 3620 routers. How can I connect an ATM teller machine in the branch office which uses Async type of connection to the Head office server( Which also takes RS232 type of connection) using leased line setup. The CIsco 3620 router has got Async serial port.Please help me out in configuring the above device.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: How to configure RS232 device over a leased line connection

I'm not sure that you can in your case. The async ports are typically used to communicate with other routers also using an async port via a dial modem or similar (using, say, PPP). Of course, in the case of the AUX port, you can also interface to router as a console port. I suspect your ATM machine implements some type of protocol that the router does not use. You can't just set up a raw async end-to-end pipe via the routers, as far as I am aware.

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Re: How to configure RS232 device over a leased line connection

I think this page can help you:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/700/14.shtml

Good luck

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