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Currently, I am lugging around my USB to Serial cable (since my laptop does not have a serial port), a Cisco console cable, and a null modem cable ...
PARTS NEEDED: QTY: DESC: 2 Cisco Console Cables 1 RJ45 Network Jack TOOLS NEEDED: Scissors, knife, or cable cutters (or all three... the shielding is tough!) Needlenose Plyers ...
Get out the scissors and cut the second Cisco cable in half. You can take the end that has the RJ45 jack on it and throw it in ...
Now comes the tricky part. We need to match the wiring in the jack to be configured for RS232 null modem with full handshaking. I found this page ...
Once the cables are safely wired into the RJ45 jack, simply connect the first, untouched Cisco Console cable into the jack. TADA! You now have a quick and ...
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