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73. Hang-Up String: Although the CMS-32 will pulse the
DTR line in order to hang-up an attached modem, the
Hang-Up string is often useful for controlling modems
that do not use the DTR line. (Default = undefined).
Note: When communicating with the CMS via
modem, parameters will not be changed until after
you have exited from command mode and
discontinued the modem connection to the unit.
8. Supervisor Mode: Permits or denies port access to
Supervisor Mode. When enabled (Permit), and the valid
Supervisor Password is entered, the port will be allowed to
invoke Supervisor Level commands. If disabled (Deny),
the port may not enter Supervisor Mode, even when the
Supervisor Password is entered. (Default = Permit).
9. Logoff Character: Defines the Logoff Character for this
port. The Logoff Character determines the command(s) or
character(s) that must be issued at this port in order to
disconnect from a second RS232 port (Resident
Disconnect). (Default = ^X ([Ctrl] plus [X]))
Notes:
When defining the Logoff Character, select a
character that does not normally occur in your data.
This prevents the unit from accidentally
disconnecting in the middle of a data transfer. For
example, if the Logoff Character is defined as "s",
then ports will disconnect whenever an "s" is
detected.
The Logoff Character cannot be used to terminate a
telnet "Direct Connection" or an outbound Telnet
connection. Direct Connections are terminated
using the telnet program's disconnect command, and
outbound Telnet connections are terminated as
described in Section 8.4.3. For more information on
the Direct Connect function, please refer to
Section 8.2.
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CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide
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