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7. Operation ..............................................7-1
7.1. Any-to-Any Mode .....................................7-1
7.1.1. Port Connection and Disconnection...............7-1
7.1.1.1. Connecting Ports .....................7-1
7.1.1.2. Disconnecting Ports...................7-3
7.1.2. Defining Hunt Groups ..........................7-6
7.2. Passive Mode .........................................7-7
7.3. Buffer Mode ..........................................7-8
7.3.1. Reading Data from Buffer Mode Ports ............7-8
7.3.2. Port Buffers ...................................7-9
7.4. Modem Mode ........................................7-10
8. Telnet Functions ........................................8-1
8.1. Network Port Numbers .................................8-1
8.2. The Direct Connect Feature.............................8-2
8.2.1. Standard Telnet Protocol and Raw Socket Mode....8-2
8.2.2. Configuration ..................................8-3
8.2.3. Connecting to an RS232 Port using
Direct Connect.................................8-4
8.2.4. Terminating a Direct Connect Session ............8-6
8.3. Inbound Telnet Connections ............................8-6
8.4. Outbound Telnet Connections ...........................8-7
8.4.1. Password Protection ............................8-7
8.4.2. Command Syntax ..............................8-8
8.4.3. Terminating an Outbound Telnet Session ..........8-9
9. The Syslog Feature......................................9-1
9.1. Configuration .........................................9-1
9.2. The Syslog Message ...................................9-3
9.3. Criteria for Generating a Syslog Message.................9-3
9.4. Testing Syslog Configuration ...........................9-4
10. SNMP Traps...........................................10-1
10.1. Configuration: .......................................10-1
10.2. SNMP Trap Message..................................10-2
10.3. How and When SNMP Traps are Sent: ..................10-3
10.4. Testing the SNMP Trap Function .......................10-4
11. Saving and Restoring Configuration Parameters .........11-1
11.1. Sending Parameters to a File ...........................11-1
11.2. Restoring Saved Parameters ...........................11-2
12. Upgrading CMS-32 Firmware ..........................12-1
13. Command Reference Guide .............................13-1
13.1. Command Conventions................................13-1
13.2. Command Response ..................................13-2
13.3. Command Summary ..................................13-3
13.4. Command Set ........................................13-4
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CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide
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