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Cisco 3640 & D-Link DI-304 Connecting Problems

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I am trying to dial in from a Cisco 3640 router to a D-Link DI-304, but have no success.

Username and Password are confirm.  I have disabled RIP RX on the D-Link, and using Ver1  for TX.

Any suggestions???
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When you say your are dialing in, how, exactly? Using analog modem, ISDN, other?
Have you checked here:
ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Router/di300/Manual/P2cisco.pdf
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by:slimjim100
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You need to set up the AUX port on the router and have the modem pluged in. The proper config lines are:

line con 0
 transport input none
line aux 0
line 2 3
line vty 0 4
 password (your password)
 login

After this you should be able to dail in if this fails go to cisco's web site and download the Cisco Config Maker.
Best of luck.
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by:apadua
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SlimJim, your config doesn't configure anything? Maybe you forgot to paste the right commands?

Tobie, we need more info from your devices. What's your 3640 config? Is the modem on the AUX port or on an a/s serial port? What's the config on that port? Give us some info...


cheers,


A.l
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