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Cisco Rollover RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Wireless LAN Products

Cisco Rollover RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Wireless LAN Products
  • Donor partner: Cisco
  • Platform: Multiple platforms
  • Format: Hardware
  • Product ID: G-40407
  • Availability: Available

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Description

The AIR-CONCAB1200= is a standard nine-pin female DB-9 to RJ-45 serial cable. It can be used between the RJ-45 serial console port on certain Cisco Aironet access points or wireless controllers and the COM port on a computer. This connection is necessary for setting the access point's IP address when there is no Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server in the network. It is also needed when there is no wired connection between the access point and the LAN.

This donation provides a single cable, part number AIR-CONCAB1200=, without any additional equipment.

Obtaining Your Product

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System Requirements

  • Computer with a DB-9 COM (serial) port
  • Cisco Aironet access point or wireless LAN controller with RJ-45 serial console port

Rules, Eligibility and Restrictions

  • Donated product will be distributed under this program to qualifying organizations only, not to individuals.
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