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Iain Rae email@example.com
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 00:00:00 +0000
David Harris wrote: > On Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 03:03:20PM -0600, Kailash Kayastha wrote: > >>Hello: >> >>What is the best, cheapest hardware that is compatible with the conserver? >> > > Well, how about a partial answer? :-) > > I've tested a bunch of terminal/console server devices with > Conserver. We've been making an effort to identify those > devices which will only send BREAK when you want to send it, > and not any other time. (This is important in Sun environments > using the serial console for remote console access...) > > However, you can see what we've found about a number of > different console servers on the page > > http://www.conserver.com/consoles/breakinfo.html > > Of course, you can also use on-board multi-port cards as > well with Conserver, but I haven't done extensive testing > with those. Perhaps others on the list can offer their own > experiences with various vendors and models. :-) We've used cyclades cards (Y series) for coming up on a year now without any problems. The SUN break stuff is a pain but we've been using the alternate break setting and not had any problems with that so far (touch wood).