I am trying to set the IP of my Cisco Router yet Hyperterminal just shows as the state being constantly up and down every couple of seconds. It doesn't even give me time to enter a command at all. I have tried Ctrl Break but that diesn't seem to work.
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When the router first starts booting you need keep hitting the break sequence which should be crtl+F6 and that should bring you to ROMMON mode. you should get a prompt rommon 1>, that means you did it right. Now you need to change the configuration registers to 0x2142 by typing "confreg 0x2142". then type reset to restart the router. It should now ignore the saved config. hit crtl+c to cancel the initial setup, type "enable" to get to the enable prompt. Next type "copy startup-config running-config" to copy the startup configuration to the running configuration. Next type "configure terminal" to enter global configuration mode. Now you can type "enable secret <password>" to change the password to what you want. Last you need to change the config registers back to 0x2102 by entering the command config-register 0x2102.
Incorrect serial settings. The default settings are 9600 baud, stop bits of 1, and parity 0. However, it is possible that these settings were changed. Likely, the baud setting may be higher as someone may have tried to XMODEM an IOS image onto the device and wanted faster speeds.
I think you mean hyperterminal? you need a cisco serial cable (blue) and a serial port on your PC, maybe a USB to serial adapter if there isn't one. Set hyperterminal to use the COM port you have plugged in to, speed 9600 8 bit no parity. (8N1).
Without the serial cable you need to know the router IP and password.
hey you are saying that you want to configure the router,, but rommon mode is for breaking the password....do u forget the password of the router......can you explain why u need to log in through rommon mode
You might need to reset the password. In order to do this, follow these directions:
Console into the router, then power cycle it. As its rebooting hit the "break | pause" button on your keyboard, and you get to the rommon1> prompt.
Then type rommon1>confreg 2142 rommon2>reset
The router comes back on as if it were new---answer no to the first question, and sometimes it asks a second question (do you want to terminate autoinstall, or something...)---answer yes to the secondquestion if it asks. Then hit enter and you get router> in a few seconds.
You can access the user manual for your router by going to:
But simply put,
- You have to enable the web interface in Hyperterminal/Telnet/Terminal
- To connect to your router this way, open your Terminal and type the following commands in order:
1) enable (enter password if necc.)
2.) config term
3.) ip http server (this command might also be set to "no ip http server")
After doing the above:
1.) Press Cntrl+Z
2.) Go to Copy, Run, Start
3.) Open your browser and go to "10.10.10.1"
The issue may be due to the existence of two (2) DHCP servers; 1 in the Cisco 675 and the 2nd in the DLink DI-524. You need to disable the Cisco's DHCP server function and assign static IP add & config to the DLink WAN config. This way it will only be the DLink handing out IP adds to the network.
The workaround. Install your original configuration/setting without the DLink DI-524 - PC direct to the Cisco 675 (I am assuming through Ethernet ports). Verify that indeed you are connected to the Internet and can surf the net, check e-mails, etc. Check your Networking Connection Status. Log down your PC's IP Add, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS. For purposes of discussion, let's call this "N1".
After your Internet connection has been verified with your PC directly connected to the Cisco, remove the direct connection and connect the DLink DI-524 in between the Cisco router and your PC.
Log in to the DLink and modify WAN parameters using the "N1" configurations/settings.
It might be of help to disable any security (WEP WPA, MAC etc) at least while configuring.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.