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15. Direct Connect: Enables/Disables and configures the
telnet Direct Connect feature at this port. Direct Connect
allows users to access the CMS unit and automatically
create a connection between the Network Port and a
specific CMS RS232 port by including the appropriate
telnet port number in the telnet connect command (e.g.
Port 5 = 2105). For more information, please refer to
Section 8.2. (Default = Off)
To configure the Direct Connect feature at this port, type
15 and press [Enter]. A submenu will be displayed, which
offers three different Direct Connect options: "Off",
"On - No Password" and "On - Password".
Off: Telnet users will not be able to employ the Direct
Connect feature to connect to this port.
On - No Password: Telnet users will be able to employ
the Direct Connect feature to connect to this port without
entering a password.
On - Password: Telnet users will be able to employ the
Direct Connect feature to connect to this port, but they
will be required to enter a password before the
connection is established.
Notes:
If "On - Password" is selected and the Supervisor
Mode is disabled (Deny) at the Network Port, then
the Port Password must be entered in order to
establish a direct connection with this port.
If "On - Password" is selected and the Supervisor
Mode is enabled (Permit) at the Network Port, then
either the Supervisor Password or the Port Password
may be entered in order to connect to establish a
direct connection with this port.
In addition to enabling, disabling, and configuring the
Direct Connect feature, Item 15 also lists both Direct
Connect port numbers for this port.
a) Telnet Port: The Telnet port number that is used to
create a Direct Connection to this port using standard
telnet protocol.
b) Raw Port: The Telnet port number that is used to
create a Direct Connection to this port using "Raw
Socket" protocol.
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Configuration
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