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Hyper Terminal Settings

Hello

Could anyone tell me what setting i apply to Hyper Term so when i go and copy a Config back to a new switch or router it dosent miss all copyed text,my tutor told me about this setting but i forgot to write it down any help anybody.

Alex

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Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

Bits per sec : 9600

Data bits : 8

Parity : none

Stop bits : 1

Flow control : none

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Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

Hi Alex

I believe you need to increase the delay between sending lines in order not to overload the router.

I'm not at work at the moment so i can't remember exactly where it is but i think it is one of the settings you can change when you use the "transfer text" option.

HTH

Jon

Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

Under File/Properties/Settings in the ASCII setup tab, put in a "line delay" (maybe 10-50 milliseconds, you can play with it to tune it). Then you have to use "Send Text File" instead of pasting your config.

A much better way is to use TFTP to bring the config in. Just run a TFTP server and use a command like:

copy tftp://192.168.0.10/configscript.txt running-config

and your changes will go in without a single mistake at all...

Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

Hi,

I agree with Craig on his suggestions, and more to say is that if you can use telnet rather than console you won't face this problem.

HTH,

Mohammed Mahmoud.

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Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

increase the buffer size on the destination (router or swithc). You should not have this problem anymore.

Re: Hyper Terminal Settings

Bits per sec : 9600

Data bits : 8

Parity : none

Stop bits : 1

Flow control : none

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