About Cisco USB Console.Most laptops and tablets haven’t come with old-school DB9 serial ports for years. For those of us supporting Cisco network infrastructure, this meant using a clunky USB to serial adapter on our PC so we could connect to the console port on our Cisco gear. Cisco finally got with the program and began releasing new equipment with a USB console port to go along with the older RJ45 one. All that’s needed now for connection to the console is a USB A to Mini-B cable and the Cisco USB Console Windows Driver. If you don’t have the latter, don’t worry! I’m going to show you how to download, setup, and test the driver on a Windows 8.1-based PC right now. To begin, log in using a Cisco.com account. If you don’t already have an account, click the Register Now button and walk through the sign-up process. Since I already have an account, I’ll go ahead and log on by entering my username and password and then clicking the Log in button. There are about a dozen different routes to get to the download page for the USB Console Driver. Cisco has one of the most in-depth websites I’ve ever come across. It’s also one of the most frustrating at times. I’m all about easy, so just browse to their Cisco USB Console software download site and you can grab it from there. Don’t worry that it indicates the driver is a Catalyst 3560X-24P-S switch. The same driver works for other Cisco devices with USB console support.
To get this free driver from our website right now, click the free Cisco USB Console Driver for Windows 10 download link given below and install this driver for your device to keep enjoying it. Keep visiting our website for more free drivers and software.
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