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Hunt Group port names must be unique. Otherwise, ports with
similar names will also be included in the Hunt Group.
Hunt Group Example 1:
1. Ports 1 and 2 are Modem Mode ports, and modems are
installed at both ports. Port 1 is named "MODEM1" and
Port 2 is named "MODEM2".
2. Your resident port is Port 4. To connect to the first
available Modem, access the Command Mode and type
/C MODEM* [Enter].
Hunt Group Example 2:
1. Ports 3, 4, and 5 are Any-to-Any Mode ports. All three
ports are named "SERVER".
2. Your resident port is Port 1, and you want to connect Port 2
to the first available "server" port, access the Command
Mode and type /C 2 SERVER [Enter].
7.2. Passive Mode
Passive Mode Ports function the same as Any-to-Any Mode
Ports, but do not allow access to Command Mode. A Passive
Mode Port can communicate with other ports, but cannot enter
Command Mode, and therefore cannot invoke commands to
redefine port parameters, display status, and etc.
Passive Mode Ports can be connected by accessing the Command
Mode from a free Any-to-Any Mode or Modem Mode Port, and
invoking the Third Party Connect or Resident Connect Command
as described in Section 7.1.1.2. Passive Mode ports will not
buffer data, except during baud rate conversion.
Notes:
·A Passive Mode Port is not allowed to access the
Command Mode.
·In order to ensure supervisor access to important
command functions, the Passive Mode is not
available to Ports 1 and 2 (SetUp Ports).
·The Passive Mode is not available at the Network
Port.
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Operation
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