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Cisco 1750 not showing anything in cli in hyperterm

Hi,
my cisco 1750 power up with/without wic cards and no red or amber leds.
it shows power led as green stable and OK led as green and blinking, but am not able to hyperterm into it. The cli is not getting shown at all. I've tried replacing console cable as well as pc and a laptop to use hyperterm.
pls/ suggest how can i reset the same, if theres any error and get into cli.
i've tried pressing ctrl brk n all but nothing is shown in cli.

prakhara@gmail.com - 919928034007

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  • prakhara Sep 28, 2008

    thx i've tried the solution but the OK led on the router keeps on blinking green. Pls. suggest anything else.



    thx

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First, make sure your terminal settings are correct.  Also, make sure you are using the right cable.  Cisco provides a flat, blue console cable with every router and switch.
Cisco lists the necessary terminal settings for most of their models here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps700/products_tech_note09186a008010ff7a.shtml
Power off the router and then power it back on.
If you are still not seeing any characters through your terminal application, then the router is most likely dead and will need to be replaced.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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