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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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First of all make sure your HPUX version is at least 10.20.
Second, go to the following site, and get your answers there:

http://hpux.connect.org.uk/hppd/excite/

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.
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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.
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Never tried, but why don't you do it, give it a try and see what happens. G-Luck
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