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·Port 2 (Modem Port): An external modem has been
installed at Port 2. This port has also been configured for
Modem Mode, which allows definition of a modem reset
string, initialization string, and hang-up string. When a
caller contacts the CMS unit via modem, a password prompt
will be displayed. If the Supervisor Password is entered, the
CMS will permit access to Supervisor Level Commands; if a
Port password is entered, the CMS will only recognize User
Level Commands. Supervisors are allowed to change port
configuration, connect to any port, or review unit status.
Users are only allowed to review status and connect to the
ports allowed by their Port Password.
·Ports 5, 7, and 9 (User Ports): The Port Password
“COLOCATION1” has been assigned to these three ports. If
the CMS is contacted via the Network Port or Modem Port,
and this password is entered at log in, User’s will only be
able to review status and connect to the devices attached to
Ports 5, 7, and 9.
·Ports 12, 14, and 16 (User Ports): The Port Password
“COLOCATION2” has been assigned to these three ports. If
the CMS is contacted via the Network Port or Modem Port,
and this password is entered at log in, User’s will only be
able to review status and connect to the devices attached to
Ports 12, 14, and 16.
Note that in this example, Ports 3 through 32 could also be a
mixture of ports connected to external modems, and ports
connected to devices such as file servers or archives. This would
allow remote users to dial in and access a specific file server or
archive after entering a valid Port Password at log in.
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Hardware Installation
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