Subject: Terminal server for easy serial comunication?
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <>
List: port-vax
Date: 04/11/1996 08:33:10
Hi out there!
 I have just laid my hands on one bridge comunications cs/100 and one
bridge comunications cs/200 Terminal servers. Im running a couple of 
VAXen and some other old "junk" I dont really like configurating 
serial boards and I thought it could be a really good idea to hook 
terminals and modems to theese servers, since it would allow any 
terminal to connect any machine, right?
 The cs/200 is 38.4 kBps and it is supposed to netboot over Ethernet 
and the cs/100 is 19.2 kBps and booted of a local 5 1/4" diskdrive.
But where on this earth could i find some software??? I read some
old issues of phrack and I got this idea that they are running Xenix, 
could that be true???
 I got a disk for the cs/100 but I dont have the "set priv=global" 
password... :-( ...Bought them at a secondhand clothes store for
about 9$ each...!?

HELP anyone, please!

If anyone got one of these disks or the netboot software, could it 
be possible to make some kind of image that could be UU encoded,
sent by mail and then wrote to disk again  by a PC running DOS or 


I know this i kind of off topic but I thought that if none of you 
guys know, who does?