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Hi I have two routers in my lab , which is not accessible via console. one is a cisco 3640 router, it shows some unrecognised characters when accessing via console. i did reset the baud rate jumper ,but no result. In 2811 router it shows boot up...
I need to know the type of cable to login to cisco 2811 router. Can i use the LAN port on my laptop, use a straight cable and connect through the console port of the router? Please help