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a problem with console on router 2600 7 years 3 months ago #30496

  • chertenok
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Hi! So, what's the problem.. There is a router 2600, and I tried to load IOS from TFTP server, which was working on my desktop. So, I had copyed image from flash to tftp and then had loaded it... But a problem occured.
When the router is loading, it shows not the common !-s, but some unusual symbols, and then doesn't show anything, while I can connect to it via telnet and everything is well..
I tested my router on other desktops, but there are always the same unusual symbols, my own COM1 port is working properly (i had tested it with another switch)

Does anyone know what's the problem and is ther any cure? :?
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Re: a problem with console on router 2600 7 years 3 months ago #30497

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Not 100% sure, but it sounds like you changed the console baud rate in rmmon (but that is not something you do accidentally). Console baud rate is how fast you talk to the router over the serial cable, normally 9600 but you can change it to 14400 57600 to speed up transfers over the serial cable.

Try different speeds on the console and see if one works...
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Re: a problem with console on router 2600 7 years 3 months ago #30499

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I agree with toddwoo that the baud rate is a very possible cause. You can change the console baud rate with some thing like this:

[code:1]Router(config)# line console 0
Router(config-line)# speed 9600[/code:1]

Offcourse, the baud rate set in the console application on your PC has to match with what you set on the router.
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Re: a problem with console on router 2600 7 years 3 months ago #30502

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thanks toddwoo , S0lo
the problem was in baud rate ))
Now I've changed it
thank you for help =)
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