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Doug Hughes email@example.com
Tue, 4 Mar 2003 16:16:11 -0800 (PST)
On 4 Mar 2003, Chris Fowler wrote: > On Tue, 2003-03-04 at 16:18, Greg A. Woods wrote: > > > Indeed. > > > > Time to (again?) post the link to circuit diagram of what I believe is > > an equivalent device. > > > > The diagram was originally posted in sun-spots v5n45 by Malcolm Harper, > > back before the WWW and most copies are in compressed archives and thus > > not indexed by the likes of Google. A copy can now be found at this > > location: > > > > http://sunsite.kth.se/sun/sun-spots/v5n45.Z > > > Awesome read. The schematics talk about what happens when a cable is > unpluged from ttya. Is this still an issue or the same issue as the > break? > yup. But, if the device is listed at http://www.conserver.com/consoles/breakinfo.html as passing the test, then it most likely will not result in a Sun at PROM. We have Cisco 3640s. You can power cycle them until the cows come home and the Sun's don't care. But, you can still send a break when you need to.