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2. Third Party Disconnect: (Supervisor Mode Only) The /D
command is issued from your resident port to disconnect
two third party ports. For example, if your Resident Port is
Port 1, a Third Party Disconnect would be used to
disconnect Port 3 from Port 4.
Note: The Third Party Disconnect method can be
used to terminate a Telnet Direct Connection or an
outbound Telnet connection. For more information,
please refer to Section 8.
a) The /D command uses the format: /D xx XX
[Enter], where xx and XX are the numbers of the ports
that you wish to disconnect. To disconnect the Network
Port, enter an Nin place of the port number.
b) The /D (Disconnect) command can only be invoked by
a port with access to Supervisor Level commands.
c) The /D command can specify both connected ports, or
either of the two ports. For example, if Port 1 is your
resident port, any of the following commands can be
used to disconnect Port 3 from Port 4:
/D34[Enter]
or
/D 3 [Enter]
or
/D 4 [Enter]
d) The /D command can also be used to disconnect a
remote user from the Network Port. This is useful in
cases where a remote user has unsuccessfully
disconnected via telnet, and you do not wish to wait for
the CMS to timeout in order to free up the TCP port for
other users. To disconnect a TCP port, type /D Nn and
then press [Enter]. Where Nn is one of the CMS's 35
available logical TCP ports (e.g. /D N2 [Enter]).
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CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide
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