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Cisco 3600 not running on HyperTerm, TeraTerm, and PuTTy

Cisco 3600 not running on HyperTerm, TeraTerm, and PuTTy

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Hi Everyone!

I am trying to build a mini lab using (2) Cisco 3600 routers. I already have set up a terminal PC and a Cisco rollover cable that I connected to the console port of my Router.

Used this configuration on both TeraTerm, HyperTerm, and PuTTy (pretty sure that it is not a terminal application issue)

Serial Line: COM1 (Checked this on my Terminal Device and I am using COM1)
Speed (Baud): 9600
Data Bits: 8
Stop Bits: 1
Parity: None
Flow Control: None

Once I click Run/OK on the terminal application and booted my router, the screen just went black on the terminal application and wont even run its router startup script (not pretty sure what its called).

Any workarounds would surely be appreciated! Thank you!





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