Connects a USB-C iPad to the console port on Cisco networking gear. It is also compatible with other brands of networking equipment that use the same type of console port.
Designed for use with Cisco “Prime”, Cisco “Plug and Play”, “SecureCRT” and “Get Console” apps available on Apple’s App Store. The USB-C Console Cable is also compatible with certain other apps available on the App Store.
The RJ-45 connector is wired per Cisco console port spec. This is not an Ethernet cable.
This cable is Apple “Made for iPad” (MFI) certified.
Coming Soon! Available mid-October 2023.
If your Redpark cable is not working properly try these troubleshooting steps below.
Power your iPhone OFF and then ON again. (Do not simply put the iPhone to sleep. Power it completely OFF and then ON.)
If the problem continues to exist…
Confirm that your iPhone/iPad detects the cable:
If the iPhone IS detecting the cable:
Check whatever app you are using to make sure that the communication settings (baud rate, parity, etc.) are properly configured. Check with the app developer if you have questions about the proper configuration.
If the iPhone is detecting the cable and the communication settings are correct but you are still experiencing a problem — perhaps the cable has developed a short in its wiring. If the cable is within the one year warranty please return the cable to Redpark to be tested.
If the iPhone IS NOT detecting the cable:
If you choose to email Redpark for assistance, please email “email@example.com”.
The Console Cable is designed to connect to the console port on Cisco networking devices. It will also work with certain other brands of networking equipment that have RJ45 console ports wired per the Cisco console port spec.
iOS 14 or later.
The cable works the Cisco “Prime”, Cisco “Plug and Play”, “Get Console”, and “SecureCRT” apps available on the App Store. The cable is also compatible with a small number of other apps that have been approved by Apple. These apps include: “Get Satcom” and “Get ORT+” from Satcom Integration; and “Siemens Connect” from AMIX Capital.
Open the “Settings” app on your iOS device. Select “General”, then “About”. If the Console Cable is recognized by iOS, "Console Cable" will appear in the list that is shown.
Once you have located the Console Cable in the “Settings” app, select the Console Cable to view its parameters.