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connecting 700/96 terminal to HP 9000 827S

 
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DBUCK1
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connecting 700/96 terminal to HP 9000 827S

Using a 700/96 terminal in place of a bad 700/92 terminal to connect to an 827S running 11.00. The 700/96 has been set up according to user manual, but still cannot get any comminication from server. Might there be a software patch for 11.00 or a setting that I am missing to get this to work?

Thanks in advance for any response.
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Torsten.
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Re: connecting 700/96 terminal to HP 9000 827S

If the terminal is ok, there should be no problem. Try to reset the terminal - switch off, hold down "d" while switching on for some seconds.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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DCE
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Re: connecting 700/96 terminal to HP 9000 827S



Another item to check - which cale are you using - the one from 700/92 or the one on the 700/96?

Try swapping the cable out if resetting the terminal does not work.
Bill Hassell
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Re: connecting 700/96 terminal to HP 9000 827S

Look carefully at the connectors on the back of the 700/96. There is a printer connector that is easily confused as the serial port. Use port 1 as this is the default connection when you reset the terminal.


Bill Hassell, sysadmin