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/S Display Port Status
Displays the Port Status Screen, which lists current conditions
and parameters for all ports. Normally, the Port Status Screen
will not display Port Passwords; the Password column will read
either “defined” or “undefined”, depending upon whether or not
the password for each port has been specified. When the
Supervisor Mode is active, the /SP command offers the option to
either display or suppress Port Passwords. For more information
on the Port Status Screen, please refer to Section 6.1.
Availability: Supervisor / User
Format: /S[P] [Enter]
When the “P” option is included (e.g. /SP), the Port Status
Screen will lists the password for each port, if defined.
(Supervisor Mode Only).
Response: Displays Port Status Screen
/SD Display Port Diagnostics
Provides more detailed information regarding the operational
status of each port. Note that in User Mode, this screen will only
display parameters for the ports that are allowed by the Port
Password entered at log in. For More information on the Port
Diagnostics Screen, please refer to Section 6.2.
Availability: Supervisor / User
Format: /SD [Enter]
Response: Displays Port Diagnostics Screen
/SN Display Network Status
Displays the Network Status Screen, which lists current
conditions and parameters for the Network Port. For more
information, please refer to Section 6.3.
Availability: Supervisor Only
Format: /SN[P] [Enter]
When the "P" option is included (e.g. /SNP), the Network
Status Screen will list the passwords that were entered by each
telnet connection when they logged in to the Network Port.
Response: Displays Network Status Screen
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Command Reference Guide
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