I am looking to have a fail back method to remotely dial into my cisco 1605. I have read the modem-router configuration, and that didnt help me much. 1605's do not have a AUX port, So this would have to be a Console port kind of thing. Its a US robotics sportster modem. I am looking for a example config or a step by step howto, I have searched Cisco and google but I have yet to find anything that is helpful. Thanks for your help!
Hey thanks for replying, this is one artical I didnt try. I have tried 3-4 different ones now. This one looks promising. Ill hook up a 1605 I have sitting around and play with it while I'm still at work. Thanks again
Ok, using that guide I was able to atleast get the modem to pick up, unlike any other attempt. Now I have a black hyper terminal sitting infront of me. That will not accept commands, nor will it echo anything. But it says connected. If I kill power to the router it disconnects.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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