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Notes:
Password protection for the Direct Connect feature
will only function if the Supervisor Level Password
has been defined (see Section 5.4)
If the Supervisor Mode is disabled at the Network
Port (Network Port Configuration Menu, Item 11 =
"Deny"), then the Port Password must be entered in
order to establish a connection to this port. If the
Port Password is not defined, the connection
will be refused.
If the Supervisor Mode is enabled at the Network
Port (Network Port Configuration Menu, Item 11 =
"Permit"), then either the Supervisor Password or
the Port (User) Password may be entered in order to
establish a direct connection with this port.
8.2.3. Connecting to an RS232 Port using
Direct Connect
Direct Connect TCP port numbers are as follows:
1. Standard Telnet Protocol Connections: TCP port
numbers 2101 through 2132 correspond to RS232 Ports 1
through 32 respectively.
2. Raw Socket Mode Connections: TCP port numbers 3101
through 3132 correspond to RS232 Ports 1 through 32
respectively.
When establishing a Direct Connect via Telnet to RS232 Port
"x", the corresponding TCP port number must be used. If
conditions are acceptable (e.g.; target RS232 Port must be free
and properly configured), an immediate connection will be made
to the RS232 Port, with one possible exception; password entry
may first be required depending on current password
configuration settings (see Section 8.2.2.)
Note: When an attempt to use Direct Connect fails
because the RS232 Port is busy, the call is immediately
rejected at the TCP level.
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CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide
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