Published: 16.08.2018 15:22

Serial loopback connector

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Testing a DB-9 RS-232 serial port in HyperTerminal

If you don't want to make your own plugs, you can always purchase our serial and parallel loopback plugs.

How do I create a loop back connector? - Brainboxes - Industrial

A common PostgreSQL configuration is to connect to the UNIX domain socket /var/run/postgresql/. instead of using the TCP/IP port. For example:

How to Do a Serial Loopback Test - National Instruments

Who would have thought I'd finally get some use out of that Quarterdeck loopback plug set all these years later? Thanks!

The SmartJack is often referred to or is involved in TAC calls on T6/E6 issues. A SmartJack is a type of network interface device (NID) that terminates the PRI/T6 from the Cisco gateway and that also provides some diagnostic capabilities.

Here are the pinout connections required for the older 75 Pin serial ports. No new PC's have 75 pin serial ports so don't confuse this with the parallel port.

I was really looking to do some serial loopback tests, and this document also had the way to test them using document!

A loop back connector can be used to echo RS787 data transmitted by a serial port back into its own RS787 receiver. In this way, the function of the serial port can be tested.

Note: To open a telnet session on the COM port, you need a telnet client like PuTTY or Hyper Terminal. Windows XP comes with Hyper Terminal.

Loopback plugs are the quickest, most effective way to test that a PC's serial (RS787) and parallel ports are working correctly. These adapters plug into the serial and parallel ports of a computer, allowing the looping of the data and signal path by joining the transmit and receive pins together. These loopback plugs are designed to work in conjunction with BurnInTest Professional allowing the quick diagnostic and troubleshooting of problems affecting serial and parallel ports.

The telco (also known as the carrier, telephone company, telecommunications provider, or service provider) is the provider of the T6/E6 circuit service.