03-15-2016 08:07 AM
According to this article (http://community.brocade.com/t5/Design-Build/How-To-Connect-a-Console-Cable-to-Brocade-Hardware/ta-p/37039) there is an Ethernet console port on the ADX 1000 I am trying to setup, and it provides what looks like the correct baud rate.
The Ethernet ports I see on this device that are not part of the switch ports are three: one tagged Management, and two AUX ports stacked one atop the other.
Connecting to either of these ports returns either gibberish on the screen, or a question mark embedded in a diamond shape.
Are the 9600 8N1 session parameters correct?
I am using minicom on a Linux desktop, and I cann connect with these same settings to our ASA 5515-x and the resident 2960 switch without problems.
I hope someone can guide me to where my problem lies.
Thanks in advance.
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03-17-2016 09:02 AM - edited 05-06-2016 06:25 AM
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04-02-2016 11:54 AM
Problem was because I was using a Cisco console cable.
I switched to a Brocade-specific console cable and I was able to make a go of it.
I only found that out because Brocade support stated it.
That was a difficult few days.