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How to Set the Service Line Speed
By default, the service line speed is 1200 baud or 2400 baud depending
on the level of SystemGuard. This speed can be changed through the SystemGuard
MAINTENANCE MENU. In order to use the Service Console properly, the terminal
connected to the S2 connector has to be set to the same speed. This speed is not
necessarily the same as the speed defined in AIX for tty1. To avoid changing the speed of
the terminal itself when AIX is running, it is more convenient to have the same speed for the
Service Console and tty1 defined in AIX.
Setting Line Speed through the Maintenance Menu
1. Enter the MAINTENANCE MENU.
2. Enter 8 in this menu to select the SET PARAMETERS menu.
SELECT (x:exit):
3. Enter 4 in this menu to select the MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS menu.
SELECT (x:exit):
4. Enter 6 to set this parameter. A menu showing possible line speeds is displayed.
5. Select a baud rate, and enter the corresponding menu number.
6. Exit from the menu.
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Operator Guide
SET PARAMETERS
0> POWER–ON COMMAND
1> VOLTAGE MARGINS
2> SET CONFIGURATION
3> PHONE NUMBERS
4> MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS
MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS
0> BUMP CONSOLE –> Present
1> AUTOSERVICE IPL –> Disabled
2> DIAL_OUT AUTHORIZATION –> Disabled
3> FAST IPL –> Enabled
4> SET MODE TO NORMAL WHEN BOOTING –> Disabled
5> BOOT MULTI–USER AIX IN SERVICE –> Disabled
6> SERVICE LINE SPEED –> 1200 Baud
7> MAINTENANCE PASSWORD
8> CUSTOMER MAINTENANCE PASSWORD
9> ELECTRONIC MODE SWITCH FROM SERVICE LINE –> Disabled

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