7. Port Mode: Defines the operation mode for this port.
Note that Ports 1 and 2 cannot be configured for Passive
Mode or Buffer Mode. (Default = Any-to-Any Mode).
When Any-to-Any, Passive, or Buffer Mode is selected, the
unit will display the DTR Output prompt (Figure 5.2,
item 74). This prompt is not displayed when Modem Mode
74. DTR Output: Determines how the DTR line will react
when this port disconnects. The DTR line can be held
low, high, or pulsed for 0.5 seconds and then held high.
In the default state, the DTR line will pulse for 0.5
seconds and then remain high. For more information,
please refer to Appendix A. (Default = Pulse).
When the Port Mode (menu Item 7) is set to Modem Mode,
the menu will include additional prompts (see Figure 5.3),
which are used to define the following:
71. Reset String: If necessary, this prompt can be used to
re-define the modem reset string. The Reset String is
sent prior to the Initialization string. (Default = ATZ).
72. Initialization String: Defines a command string that
is sent to initialize a modem to settings required by
your application. (Default = AT&C1$D2S0=1).
PORT PARAMETERS #03:
1. Port Name: (undefined) 15. Direct Connect: Off
2. Password: (undefined) Telnet Port: 2103
3. Baud Rate: 9600 Raw Port: 3103
4. Bits/Parity: 8-None 16. Syslog: Off
5. Stop Bits: 1 161. Facility: Local_0
6. Handshake Mode: RTS/CTS 162. Level: Emergency
7. Port Mode: Modem 17. SNMP Trap Level: Off
71. Reset String: ATZ
72. Init String: AT&C1&D2S0=1
73. Hang-Up String: (undefined)
8. Supervisor Mode: Permit
9. Logoff Character: ^X
10. Sequence Disconnect: One Character
11. Timeout Disconnect: 15 Min
12. Response Type: Verbose
13. Command Echo: On
14. Accept Break: On
Enter: "<" previous port,
">" next port,
<ESC> exit ...
Figure 5.3: Port Parameters Menu (Modem Mode)