Re: serial to IP adapter?
..I'd rather be coding ASM! <uridium <at> deviate.fi>
2009-08-05 00:53:21 GMT
What about some old DECServer 200MC's? MOP boot them and they should give
you 8x serial ports, or some multi-port stallion card with minicom
sessions that have separate config files pointing to various ttySx's?
adb -w -P "world> " -k /dev/meta/galaxy/ksyms /dev/god/brain
On Tue, 4 Aug 2009, Brian wrote:
> On Aug 4, 2009, at 8:23 PM, Mike Hebel wrote:
>> On Aug 4, 2009, at 6:04 PM 8/4/09, Brian wrote:
>>> Does anyone have recommendations for inexpensive IP/ serial adapters that
>>> would work to troubleshoot occasional boot issues? A way to put some old
>>> Cisco gear to use perhaps, although I do not see any way to do that at the
>> The cheapest commercial ones I've ever seen out there are about $80 and
>> from a company called Sena. Google for "LS100 Sena".
>> You might find a better deal on E-Bay for a Lantronix box or a Portmaster
>> 25 box for considerably less.
> I've been looking for ways to set this up with virtual comm ports on a unix
> box, too : ) (there seems to be a payware Windows solution for this as