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toh:mikrotik:rb450g [2014/02/25 14:58]
toh:mikrotik:rb450g [2014/05/28 13:38] (current)
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   - Connect the serial port of your desktop computer to the serial port of your RB450G using a [[wp>​null modem cable]]. ​ Start your terminal server program. ​ The RB450G serial interface uses 8N1 with hardware flow control at 115200 bps.   - Connect the serial port of your desktop computer to the serial port of your RB450G using a [[wp>​null modem cable]]. ​ Start your terminal server program. ​ The RB450G serial interface uses 8N1 with hardware flow control at 115200 bps.
  
-TIP: Try setting hardware flow control to off if you can't get to the bootloader menu (i.e. it always times out without detecting a key press). If using minicom, try ''​minicom -o --color=on --device=/​dev/​ttyS#'',​ then once minicom opens, type ''​CONTROL A Z''​ and find your way to disable hardware flow control. To figure out which ttyS device you should use, the command ''​dmesg | grep ttyS''​ can be helpful.+TIP: Try setting hardware flow control to off if you can't get to the bootloader menu (i.e. it always times out without detecting a key press). If using minicom, try ''​minicom -o --color=on --device=/​dev/​ttyS#'',​ then once minicom opens, type ''​CONTROL A Z''​ and find your way to disable hardware flow control. ​Or try ''​screen /dev/ttyS# 115200'' ​To figure out which ttyS device you should use, the command ''​dmesg | grep ttyS''​ can be helpful.
  
   - Power up the RB450G. ​ Immediately hit any key to go to the bootloader menu:<​code>​   - Power up the RB450G. ​ Immediately hit any key to go to the bootloader menu:<​code>​
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