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Cajun P333T doesn't accept input from serial

When I connect to the switch using the serial interface, I get the username prompt but nothing I type seems to register. I've tried both Hyperterminal and SecureCRT, with no luck. Am I doing something wrong? Do I have a wrong setting on my terminal app? I'm using VT100 emulation, 8n1 with no flow control.

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All info from juliankov appears good.. but thought I'd add a bit of stuff I found on a web site..

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=300461&page=2

Use a console cable with following minimum pinout (the flat gray one with the RJ45- D9 type converter currently shipping with new P33xx switches will suffice): DB9 Console Port
1 ----------- 6
2 ----------- 3
3 ----------- 2
4 ----------- 4
5 ----------- 5
6
7 ----------- 8
8 ----------- 7
9

Obviously the speed is set to 9600
maybe stop all sessions & try to re-establish a new one. The instruction manual warns u can only run one..

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PLZ tell me avaya cajun p333t switch how to give console

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Hi, it sounds like its not receiving anything from your console. your settings sounds correct for your serial comms etc.. if you can see the data coming in on the screen (ie user prompt). Check your serial cable to ensure you have actually wired it up correctly, perhaps the wire for Rx has fallen off / bad solder joint (at the network switch end), or could be the Tx end as well (at the computer end). check that all the pins look okay and aren't bent at the computer serial port, you could also try another serial port or another computer. I use Hyperterminal for many applications. You may also need to use a null modem serial cable (i dont know what you are using).

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