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Console error when i power on the asa 5510,the four lights are getting up suddenly ( power, active, status,vpn). but i cant get console

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Are all of the lights solid? If so you could send to Optimum Data Inc. for repair. They repair these cheap. $250.

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Hi Narayanan_12,

Make sure you have the correct settings in your hyperterminal:
9600 baud (default), 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bits, and Flow Control (FC) = Hardware.

If still the same, try to use a known good console cable.
If still the same, try to use another machine/laptop to connect.
If still doesn't work I am afraid your console port is faulty. If it's still under warranty, you can call your reseller to have a replacement.


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ex-ocsic-cat

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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