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Just wondering - how to you connect to a router/switch via the Cisco console cable? My iBook hasn't got a serial port on it.

I've got a USB to Serial adapter, but how do I open a console session with it?

Thanks in advance.
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Hey did you find the answer to your question?? If not you need to get a USB to serial addapter. Then downlaod Zterm and it will allow you to access the cisco router from the console port.
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