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    Default Cable for Zenega STB

    Which cable shall work with Set-To-Set/PC transfer?

    1. Null modem cable without handshake
    2. Null modem cable with loopback handshake
    3. Null modem cable with partitial handshake
    4. Null modem cable with handshake

    Can any provide the wire diagram for the cable which works for transfer.

    Second, which settings shall be used when transfering data from/to PC using hyperterminal. ie. baud rate, stop bits, etc.

    I tried 2 and 4 type of cable with 2400, 9600 and 11500 baud rate, but it doesn't work

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    tried 1 and 3? just kidding... don't have any idea which specific null modem cable Zenega actually uses. why not go for the usual 1-3, 3-1, 5-5 setup?
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