[SATLUG] OT: Looking for someone to ID a cisco cable

FIRESTORM_v1 firestorm.v1 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 18:10:56 CST 2008

I took a look at the Dynamips app that you talked about and it sounds
really cool, however the wrench in the gears will be the IOS images.
I couldn't even pretend having a Cisco contract much less afford one.

Now all I need is an AUI adapter and I can start working on them.



On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 9:38 PM, Aaron Hackney
<techgeeks at aaronhackney.com> wrote:
> Dennis Myhand wrote:
>> FIRESTORM_v1 wrote:
>>> Sorry about the OT post, but I know that there's someone on this list
>>> that knows something about cisco.. :P
>>> I was able to score two Cisco routers from the goodwill computerworks
>>> a few days ago for a test lab that I am setting up.  So far, I have a
>>> Cisco 2501 and a Cisco 2507.
>>> Along for the ride are a pair of cables but for the life of me, I
>>> don't know if these will allow me to hook the two routers together via
>>> their serial ports.  I have googled the part number and have not been
>>> able to discern anything towards accomplishing my goal.  The cables
>>> have the high density serial port connector on each end, and both
>>> cables have one plug that says DCE, the other says DTE.  Both cables
>>> have the same part number (i think), CAB-FCMTXO-6  (that O could be a
>>> zero, but I don't know.)
>>> If these cables won't allow me to connect Serial - Serial, can you
>>> tell me what will work?
>> Oh, yeah, they will let you connect the routers together serial-serial.
> Awesome find. You might want to play with the software solution as well.
> Dynamips and the Gui front end GNS3. I teach an entire advanced routing
> course with Dynamips.
> -A
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