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VT100 emulation, stuck trying to setup a dell powerconnect 5448

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A Dell PowerConnect just landed on my desk, and to fire it up i need to go in via VT100 terminal device.

This I have never done.

I have a laptop running windows 7 and the serial cable connected, but how do i move forward?
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Have you tried using Putty and setting it to "Serial"?
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putty?
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awesome, thanks!
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