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4 Apr 2005
I've been looking into a c1000 as a replacement for my 860. I used my 860 to configure my cisco equipment via the console until my 860 decided to shed the TXD pin from the connector.

Anyway, I have seen a little speculation that the "hidden" port on the back of the c1000 is acutally a serial port similar to the serial/usb port on the cxx0 series, but other reports say that it is just a diag port. Does any one know if this has been confirmed as a serial port?

My next question is this: if using a serial cable with the c1000, like I did with the 860, is out of the question, would a standard usb to serial adapter work as expected for minicom or kermit purposes?

thanks,

--webslngr
22 Dec 2004
I have some serial port damage on my 860. I'm hoping I can find someone who has a trashed screen or a bricked clamshell who wants to turn it into cash. (yes, I'm stupid enough to take a soldering iron to BOTH Z's)

Obviously, I'll pay for the Z and shipping + insurance for purchase price. Payment method is open, but I’d imagine that paypal or money order would be best.

Please email me at jridenauer at gmail dot com or PM me if you can help.

Thanks,

--webslngr
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