Hi p.bevilacqua, thanks for your suggestion, actually i have two cables (smart serial in one end and the other end is D25 RS232). I made a back to back D25 RS232 converter and connect both cables. Now I have already back to back smart serial connections with the converter in the middle however i am not sure about the pinout assignment for the smart serial. I just followed the pinout diagram for crosscable on the RS232, It worked actually when I connect the cable between my routers however I had to configure clock rate on both serial interfaces as if both serial interfaces are acting as DCE. If all else fails, then I have to buy one. :)
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