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== Serial Connections ==
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==== MC 3015 ====
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taurine ttyS1 LOM <- calum vsp
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ascorbic-acid ttyS0 LOM <- artificial-flavours ttyS0
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ginseng ttya <- taurine ttyS0
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potassium-citrate ttyS0 <- ascorbic-acid ttyS1
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citric-acid ttyS0 <- potassium-citrate ttyS1
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caffeine ttyS0 <- citric-acid ttyS1
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== Machine Ports ==
 
== Machine Ports ==
   

Revision as of 22:27, 24 April 2008

Serial Connections

MC 3015

taurine ttyS1 LOM <- calum vsp ascorbic-acid ttyS0 LOM <- artificial-flavours ttyS0 ginseng ttya <- taurine ttyS0 potassium-citrate ttyS0 <- ascorbic-acid ttyS1 citric-acid ttyS0 <- potassium-citrate ttyS1 caffeine ttyS0 <- citric-acid ttyS1

Machine Ports

Most machines either have no serial ports, or one DB9 serial port. Details of other configurations are listed here.

taurine

taurine has a virtual serial port that can be accessed via telnet or SSH

ttyS0 physical DB9
ttyS1 virtual

ascorbic-acid

ascorbic-acid has two Sun 8P8C serial ports stacked vertically, with the first port on top

A (ttyS0, LOM)
B (ttyS1)

These ports should be connected to another system's DB9 using a DB9<->8P8C modular jack and an Almost Rollover or standard rollover.

potassium-citrate

potassium-citrate has two DB9 serial ports side by side, with the second port on the left

101102 (ttyS1) 101101 (ttyS0)

citric-acid

citric-acid has two DB9 serial ports stacked vertically, with the second port on the bottom, and a dead DB9 labeled "modem" to its right

ttyS0 X
ttyS1 modem