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How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

 
Asif_8
Regular Advisor

How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

Hi!

I tried to connect by laptop to Hp-Ux server by serial port. I am using window 98 hyper terminal. there is any special setting ?
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VIKAS AGRAWAL
Frequent Advisor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

your settings should be 9600, 8 bit , none , one.

apart from this no other setting is required & make sure u are conniecting to consol port only

vikas
Thayanidhi
Honored Contributor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

Hi,
I doubt your cable may be not correct. What cable you have? Which port did you connect at D-Class server? Is it console port? Check that port is enabled in inittab. Kill the previously running getty on that port.

Regds
TT
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Florian Heigl (new acc)
Honored Contributor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

If Your D-Class has a GSP (Guardian Service Processor), the console get's switched over to this one before the PDH state, so You'd have to use the serial port on the GSP.

If there's none, the standard port and 9600/8/N/1 should do fine. Probably You also have to set the flow-control to XON/XOFF.

Florian
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DCE
Honored Contributor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal


One other note - be sure to use a null modem cable

Ted Buis
Honored Contributor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

A null modem cable is also called a crossover cable and is absolutely necessary, otherwise you will have send connected to send and receive connected to receive.
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Stan Sieler
Respected Contributor

Re: How connect HP-UX server (D-class) to PC terminal

Once you get the cable issue resolved,
you may find that you'd prefer to have
a terminal emulator that emulates an HP
terminal.

You can get a good, and free, HP terminal
emulator called "QCTerm" at
http://www.aics-research.com/qcterm/index.html