14. Timeout Disconnect: Enables and selects the Timeout
Disconnect for the Network Port. If enabled, and the port
does not receive or transmit data for the specified time
period, the port will disconnect. (Default = 5 Minutes).
Note: The Timeout Disconnect value is also applied
to telnet Direct Connections and outbound Telnet
connections. For more information, please refer to
Section 8.2.4.
15. Response Type: Selects the type of messages that the port
will send in response to commands. The user can select
Verbose (English Text), Terse (Numeric / Abbreviation), or
Quiet Mode (No Response). (Default = Verbose).
16. Command Echo: Enables or Disables the command echo
for the Network Port. (Default = On).
17. Accept Break: Determines whether the port will accept
breaks received from the attached device, and pass them
along to a connected port. When enabled, breaks received
at this port will be passed to any port that this port is
connected to, and sent along to the device connected to the
other port. When disabled, breaks will be refused at this
port. (Default = Yes)
18. Discard <LF> after <CR>: If desired, this option can be
used to discard the Line Feed character that is often
produced by Telnet software. When this parameter is
enabled, the <LF> character sent after the <CR> will not
be forwarded to the serial port that the telnet connection is
in session with. When the status of this parameter is
changed the new setting will take effect immediately, thus
changing all current, active connections. This parameter
applies to all CMS telnet connections. (Default = Off)
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