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13.3. Command Summary
Command Availability
Function Command Syntax Supervisor User
Exit Command Mode /X [Enter] XX
Help Menu /H [Enter] XX
Display Site ID /J [Enter] XX
Display Port Status /S[P] [Enter] XÊË XÊ
Display Port Diagnostics /SD [Enter] XÊXÊ
Display Network Status /SN[P] [Enter] XÌ
Display Port
Parameters (Who)
/W[P] [n] [Enter] XXÍ
Set System Parameters /F [Enter] X
Set Network Port
Parameters
/N [Enter] X
Set RS232 Port
Parameters
/P <x> [Enter] X
Copy RS232 Port
Parameters
/CP [Enter]
/CP [x,y,z] [Enter]
/CP [x-z] [Enter]
X
Connect /C <x> [x] [Enter] XXÎ
Resident DisconnectÏ^X XX
Third Party DisconnectÐ/D[/Y] <x> [x] [Enter]
/D[/Y] * [Enter]
/D Nn [Enter]Ñ
X
Erase Buffer /E[/Y] <x> [x] [Enter]
/E[/Y] * [Enter]
X
Reset Network Port /T [Enter] X
Default & Test /I[/Y] [Enter] X
Outbound Telnet /TELNET <IP> [port]
[raw] [Enter]
XX
Ò
Test Syslog & SNMP
Trap Functions
/TEST [Enter] X
Save Parameters /U [Enter] X
Upgrade Firmware /UF [Enter] X
ÊSupervisor Mode displays parameters for all ports; User Mode only displays
parameters for ports allowed by the Port Password.
ËTo display Port Passwords, include the “P” Option. (Supervisor Only).
ÌFor the /SN command only, the "P" Option will display the passwords that were
used to login to the CMS Network Port.
ÍA port with "User" command capability can only view its own parameters. A
User Port cannot view parameters for other ports.
ÎA User Port cannot perform a Third Party Connect.
ÏResident Disconnect: Disconnects your resident port from another port. The
disconnect sequence can be redefined via the Port Configuration Menus.
ÐThird Party Disconnect: Disconnects two or more nonresident ports. Must be
issued from a third port with Supervisor command capability.
ÑDisconnects a TCP Port, where Nn is the desired CMS TCP Port number.
ÒOnly available in User Mode if the User (Port) password matches the Outbound
Telnet Password, of if the user logs in with the Outbound Telnet Password.
13-3
Command Reference Guide
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