Easy question- Aux port

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by ML, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. ML

    ML Guest

    Hi. I've got an old 2514 running 12.2(13)t, and I want
    to use it as a shared lan-modem at 115200bps.

    I've seen old posts where they said the aux post maxed
    out at 38400bps, and newer posts where people said they
    had their analog modems running at 115200.

    Can anyone tell me which speed my 2514's aux post can
    take?
    ML, Oct 19, 2004
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  2. On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 09:16:04 -0400, ML <> wrote:

    ~ Hi. I've got an old 2514 running 12.2(13)t, and I want
    ~ to use it as a shared lan-modem at 115200bps.
    ~
    ~ I've seen old posts where they said the aux post maxed
    ~ out at 38400bps, and newer posts where people said they
    ~ had their analog modems running at 115200.
    ~
    ~ Can anyone tell me which speed my 2514's aux post can
    ~ take?

    2500 series aux ports can only go up to 38400 bps. Newer
    router aux ports (e.g. 2600, 3600, 3700, 3800, ...) can do
    115200 bps.

    Aaron
    Aaron Leonard, Oct 19, 2004
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  3. ML

    Lonnie Guest

    IIRC, the 2600 series supports 115200. The 2500 series supports 38400.
    Actually I double checked CCO and here is a quote from the horses
    mouth.

    " PPP is supported only on Cisco auxiliary (AUX) and async ports. The
    maximum speed of Cisco AUX and async ports is 115200. (In some
    hardware, such as the Cisco 2500 series, the maximum AUX port speed is
    38400.)"

    Lonnie

    ML <> wrote in message news:<>...
    > Hi. I've got an old 2514 running 12.2(13)t, and I want
    > to use it as a shared lan-modem at 115200bps.
    >
    > I've seen old posts where they said the aux post maxed
    > out at 38400bps, and newer posts where people said they
    > had their analog modems running at 115200.
    >
    > Can anyone tell me which speed my 2514's aux post can
    > take?
    Lonnie, Oct 19, 2004
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