router configuration of a cisco router

router configuration of a cisco router

Post by Thomas Bus » Mon, 10 May 1999 04:00:00



Hello guys,
I have to set up a cisco761  ISDNrouter and I have to configure it over
the rs232 interface. I suppose I have to configure the tty and than I
have access to the router for further configuration. First I believed
ther should be a software for installing the route, but there is nothing
forAIX on the CD, onli foe Wintel world. So I think ther should be a
possibility to configure it only with UNIX-Commands. But I have never
done it before and up to know I haven't any idea how to do this. I hope
you can help me with this problem.
Thank's in advance
thomas
 
 
 

router configuration of a cisco router

Post by Jeff Kloe » Mon, 10 May 1999 04:00:00


Cisco routers are first configured through the command port in the back,
which you must connect to your PC via serial port. Standard comm settings
9600,n,8,1. Unfortunately Cisco's IOS (internetworking Operating System) is
not a standard unix. Commands are distinctly "cisco".
Usually a CD comes with the equipment that contains the entire command
listing. If you don't have it check out www.cisco.com. Good Luck!

 
 
 

router configuration of a cisco router

Post by Paul S. Brow » Mon, 10 May 1999 04:00:00



>> Cisco routers are first configured through the command port in the back,
>> which you must connect to your PC via serial port. Standard comm settings
>> 9600,n,8,1. Unfortunately Cisco's IOS (internetworking Operating System) is
>> not a standard unix. Commands are distinctly "cisco".
>> Usually a CD comes with the equipment that contains the entire command
>> listing. If you don't have it check out www.cisco.com. Good Luck!

One thing. The 700 series don't run IOS, they run something quite yukky.

They still do a fairly good job of auto setup tho.

Paul

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router configuration of a cisco router

Post by LAIX Software Consultin » Mon, 10 May 1999 04:00:00


It sounds like your question is just how to get to the router to set it up?
Just use a null modem cable from the RS/6000 serial port to the serial
port of the Cisco.  Use cu or ate (or your favorite terminal emulator...)
to communicate.

Regards,
Paul


> Hello guys,
> I have to set up a cisco761  ISDNrouter and I have to configure it over
> the rs232 interface. I suppose I have to configure the tty and than I
> have access to the router for further configuration. First I believed
> ther should be a software for installing the route, but there is nothing
> forAIX on the CD, onli foe Wintel world. So I think ther should be a
> possibility to configure it only with UNIX-Commands. But I have never
> done it before and up to know I haven't any idea how to do this. I hope
> you can help me with this problem.
> Thank's in advance
> thomas

 
 
 

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