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Pinouts for connectors to cable PC as operations console for rs6000/ 43p

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I have tried the following configurations with no luck. The Risc is a 43p running aix 4.3.3.0 and the pc is running windows 2000 server. I have tried procomm, anzio, and hyperterminal as the emulator.

In this configuration I used this connector on each end with a patch cable connecting them
RJ45   to   DB9 Socket
1              4
2              8
3
4              2
5              3
6              5
7              7
8              1 & 6

In this configuration I used 2 different pinouts with a patch cable connecting them.

RJ45 to DB9 PC com port configuration

RJ45                 DB9
DCD     1 ------- 1  DCD
DSR     2 ------- 6  DSR
DTR     3 ------- 4  DTR
S/GND  4 ------- 5  S/GND
TXD     5 ------- 2  RXD
RXD     6 ------- 3  TXD
CTS     7 ------- 8  CTS
RTC     8 ------- 7  RTS

RJ45 to DB9 IBM RS6000 com port configuration

RJ45                   DB9
DSR    2 ------- 1  DCD  
RXD    6 ------- 3  TXD
TXD    5 ------- 2  RXD
S/GND 4 ------- 5  S/GND
RTS    8 ------- 7  RTS
CTS    7 ------- 8  CTS

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