I'm having trouble configuring a serial inteface in the WIC slot of a 1720 router.
As it stands, the serial cable has been plugged into a US Robotics modem.
I'm trying to get the serial card to communicate with the modem but without success. I've gone through some of you online documentation and learned how "shutdown" interfaces and bring them back up but this hasn't proven to be very helpfull so far.
When powered on, the interface shows up as "Administrativly down" so I proceed to the configuration mode type in "interface serial 0" and the "no shutdown". I then get no feedback. I return to the priviledged mode and try "show interfaces" and the "serial0" inteface shows up as down with the protocol also being down. I've tried a number of times but with the same result. I've tried to shutdown the interface and bring it back up with it never seems to change the state once I've returned to the priviledged mode.
Did you set the interface in the asyncronous mode? Your USR modem is an asyncronous or a syncronous. To turn the interface in async mode you must issue the following commands from the interface configuration mode:
async mode dedicated
after yo can try to make a reverse telnet to the modem from the priviledged mode issue:
telnet ip_address 200x
where x is the line numeber where the modem is connected and try to see if you can comunicate with the modem. try at and the response must be OK
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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