[time-nuts] SMTP with Trimble Thunderbolt-E
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Sun Sep 28 08:01:29 EDT 2014
Alternately get my Thunderbolt monitor with a WiFly XBee module and save on electricity.
On September 26, 2014 7:55:05 PM CDT, Chris Albertson <albertson.chris at gmail.com> wrote:
>The simple, cheap and easy what to do this is to get a cheap PC of any
>kind. Perhaps a 15 year old notebook PC. Then connect the serial port
>the Thunderbolt to the serial port on the PC. (This is a good reason
>buy a way-old PC notebook because those had real serial ports.
>serial port, use a USB to serial dongle.)
>Then install an OS like BSD or Linux on the PC and you are done. You
>then manage the Thunderbolt by remotely logging into the PC and using a
>terminal emulator to get to the serial port. It's pretty simple and
>will likely find other things to connect to the PC or run on it, like
>NTP and use it for a low-end web or file server. You can get a good
>notebook cheap or a good enough desktop for free.
>On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 6:17 AM, Luc Gaudin <lgaudin at naelcom.com>
>> I need to have remotely access to Trimble Thunderbolt-E to manage it.
>> I first sort out the physical (network) parts to get the Serial port
>> on the network (unit CSE-H53N from Sollae Systems).
>> For management I am looking to use SNMP.
>> Is there any system capable to convert the serial information from
>> Trimble Thunderbolt to SNMP ?
>> Some people are talking about proxy agent.
>> Is any can help ?
>> Best regards
>> Luc Gaudin
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