I think a v.35 interface with a db 25 connector is a standard
530I interface. I suspect the correct cable is the CAB-530MT.
This would be a DTE cable from the router perspective and
would have male pins. If your V.35 interface card has a female
connector (which seems likely) this is the only cable you will need.
If for some reason, your v.35 interface card has a male connector
you would need a cisco 530 cable with a female end. I am not sure
if we make one since I do not see it in the price list (dated Feb
1998). If we did, I suspect it would be called CAB-530FT (i.e.
female DTE). I suspect someone in the cisco TAC could tell you
for sure. Worst case, you could put a gender bender on the CAB-530MT.
Hope this helps...
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> Normally Cisco's serial (DB-60) is connected to modem V.35 interface
> with CAB-V35MT. Good. But if modem's interface card is V.35 with DB-25
> connector. What is pinning for it? I'm confused, because commonly
> DB-25 is used for RS-232, which use in asinch. communications. My situation:
> V.35 interface card (DB-25)-cable DB-25 male/V.35 female (like
> I'm not sure in correct pinning of this "cable". Pls, ideas, links...
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