10400 baud on HPUX terminal

How do I set up a baud rate of 10400 on a HPUX terminal. The model of the terminal is C110. I have been able to do this on a PC using C and Basic.
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GEM100Connect With a Mentor Commented:
First of all make sure your HPUX version is at least 10.20.
Second, go to the following site, and get your answers there:


Well, I know how to change IP, Hostname, DNS server, domain, etc. I know how to trace packets, monitor the system. You can try to edit "/etc/inittab", but I am not sure. If you don't find anything, I doubt it's possible to do at all.

For forther reference I would advise the book called "Hp-Ux System Administration Handbook and Toolkit" by Marty Poniatowski. It's kinda not latest, but very explanatory.
tom_murphyAuthor Commented:
I have a central data 8 port SCSI terminal server connected to my HPUX Box. I have contacted Central data and they inform me that this can run at any arbitary baud rate. The tech support there say that all I have to do is modify the /etc/gettydefs file. Has anyone done this? Can any baud rate be entered in this file and can teh serial ports of the terminal server be opened at this rate.
Never tried, but why don't you do it, give it a try and see what happens. G-Luck
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