Need help connecting to console of Cisco 2600 series routers
I bought some hardware and created my own lab to help prepare for the CCNA. I only have one machine with a serial port and whenever I try to connect to a router (I've tried multiple purchased from different sources) nothing happens on the screen. If I wait for a couple of seconds and hit enter I get the response shown on the screen in the screenshot I have inserted. If this image is too small I have also attached.
The question looks like it has already asked me this but I am unable to see it. Shouldn't I see some information when I attempt to connect, some acknowledgement that I have connected? I have tried using both hyperterminal anbd PuTTy. My settings are
and I have tried both of my COM ports. Any suggestions? Do I need to purchase an RJ-45 to USB cable and try on a different machine? Currently I am using the blue serial-RJ-45
Listen: https://smarturl.it/CCRS8E37Follow us: twitter.com/ciscochampionSometimes, situations require temporary fixes. Sometimes, the network becomes an afterthought in overall office design and planning. In either situation, it may require netw...
In this special edition of the Insider Series, we hear from Cisco partners who have taken steps to be more eco-friendly and sustainable. We hear what inspires ASHRAE, Southwire, Igor, and NTT to create a workplace that is centered around people and how th...
We know that the Type-1 LSA describes the link type connected to the router, the neighbor router and the subnet number.In this topology, assume we dont have a Type-2 LSA, so each router will create its own Type-1 LSA, the Type-1 LSA will describe the neig...
Here are some commonly asked questions and answers to help with your adoption of Cisco DNA Center Wireless. Subscribe to this post to stay up-to-date with the latest Q&A and recommended Ask the Experts (ATXs) sessions to attend.
Q. I have a Cisco Appl...
Why IETF changed and inverted OSPF Type-7 LSA VS Type-5 LSA election In RFC 3101 compared to OLD RFC 1587?Many people learns that the Type-7 LSA and Type-5 election (ON Versus OE routes) depends on RFC 3101 for NSSA published in 2003 and RFC 1587 for NSSA...