Wireless Networks Thread, Any products like this exist... in Technical; Hi.
I was thinking that ive got a HTC TyTn doing nack all here, and was thinking that it would ...
9th October 2008, 01:54 PM #1
9th October 2008, 02:00 PM #2
Bluetooth to serial adapter? Serial Port Alternatives
Do the Tytns not have wifi, just use a terninal emulator to talk to it over WiFi
9th October 2008, 02:00 PM #3
Sounds like you have a new toy.
What do you mean by switch diagnostics? You can monitor it by SNMP, check a port would mean you need a ethernet port.
9th October 2008, 02:03 PM #4
- Rep Power
Where would i get the WiFi from though?
Originally Posted by SYNACK
Thats what im asking, is there any, very portable, no messing, device i can just plug into a switch when i want to telnet in using the TyTn.
9th October 2008, 02:07 PM #5
Thats what you would use the bluetooth to serial adapter for, the XDA dev page has links to both the adapter (Buy a LM Technologies Bluetooth RS-232 Adaptor (Serial, 100m), #LM058-SINGLE - eXpansys Finland) and the software (mToken :: Overview | Choung Networks) that you would need to telnet into it.
The Tytn already has WiFi built in I thought which you could use to connect to the switch through the existing WiFi network at your school using a telnet program and accessing it by its ip rather than directly through the bluetooth dongle above.
Last edited by SYNACK; 9th October 2008 at 02:10 PM.
9th October 2008, 02:07 PM #6
Surely you just connect to your wireless network and then telnet, ssh or web browse to the switches ip to administer it?
The hardware ports are only needed for emergency access really.
9th October 2008, 02:09 PM #7
Or for the bluetooth one that's been mentioned:
Socket Mobile, Inc.
9th October 2008, 02:10 PM #8
SSH, not telnet... unless you want everyone to have full access to your switches
10th October 2008, 09:54 AM #9
- Rep Power
10th October 2008, 10:09 AM #10
I've always used a really old laptop for switch diag stuff.
P100 with huge 64mb a cut down bsd os
AMD Athlon XP laptop with windows xp
Both cost under £50. And they'll look less like your showing off with your phone with a huge serial port attached!!
10th October 2008, 10:22 AM #11
You could get a pocket size wifi access point all configured up with an ip and security etc... then you plug that into the switch you want to access and connect with device to that access point?
Would be cheaper than £100 but a bit bulkier.
I have a compact buffalo wla-g54c you could have for a tenner.
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