I have a few 3624s and after moving them to a new work site, I can't connect to them to configure the T1s. It's supposed to be a direct connection from a terminal to the box, but I can't access the 3624's internal software at all. I've tried 4 different terminals and 3 different 3624s. I've tried patch and crossover cord. Bit rate, parity, etc, are all set properly. What could be going wrong?
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You need to configure your scan wedge or terminal emulator software (which usually includes wedge functionality) that processes scanned data to append a carriage return onto the end of what it is sending. Most software includes this as a configuration option, though sometimes you have to manually append a Carriage Return (ASCII code 13, Hex 0x0d, terminal emulation \r)
Bro Attach a serial cable to the storage system and connect to a laptop.
Open a terminal emulation program to run a text interface, such as
HyperTerminal* or ProCommPlus*.
Use the following settings to configure your session:
Bits per second = 19200
Data bits = 8
Parity = None
Stop bits = 1
Flow control = None
Backspace key sends = Del
Emulation = ANSI
If using HyperTerminal, set the properties for the backspace key and
emulation after the session is established. If you exit the session and
return to the session in order to use the Configuration Interface, the
screen will not open correctly.
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I use HyperTerminal to configure my HP switches and a few other devices but typically they use a *special* manufacturer cable. I suspect that may be a problem you?re having; do you get any communications from the router via HyperTerminal?
If you?re sure the cable is correct you can try the following configurations in HyperTerminal:
-Start HyperTerminal *HT* with Com1 *if that?s what you?re using*connected to you console or data port on your router using the appropriate cable.
- Create a new *location* in HT and name it something appropriate.
- When the *connect to* box appears make sure you change the *connect using:* field to Com1 or whatever port you?re using*
.-In the Com1 properties make the following changes: bps=9600; data bits = 8; parity = none, stop bits = 1 and flow control = Xon/Xoff.
-Next click on file, properties then the settings tab. Set emulation to VT100
If this doesn?t work I would look seriously at your cable. Let us know if you have any more questions and as always please don?t forget to rate the posting.
You must open ports on your router to allow incoming traffic while using eMule.
eMule uses three ports*:
Visit eMule here.
* To prevent getting a low ID (Firewalled), open additional TCP ports between 4661 and 4665. Also, limit the number of connections in the eMule software. You may need to change the TCP Clientport to something other than 4662.