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/D Third Party Disconnect
Invoke the /D command at your resident port to disconnect two
other ports. The /D command cannot be used to disconnect your
resident port. To disconnect your resident port, issue the
Resident Disconnect Sequence.
Availability: Supervisor Only
Format: /D[/Y] <x> [x] [Enter]
Where:
/Y (Optional) suppresses the "Sure?" prompt.
xIs the number or name of the port(s) to be disconnected.
To Disconnect all ports, enter an asterisk. To
disconnect a Telnet session, enter the "Nn" format
Network Port Number (See Section 8.1.)
Response:
Verbose: "Are you Sure (y/n)?", if Y, unit will respond with
"Disconnected".
Terse: 5, if Y, unit will respond with 3.
Example: To disconnect Port 2 from Port 3 without the "Sure?"
prompt, access the Command Mode from a third port with "All"
command capability and type one of the following commands:
/D/Y 2 [Enter] or /D/Y 3 [Enter]
/E Erase Buffer
Erases data from the buffer for a specified port or several ports.
Note that erased data cannot be recovered.
Availability: Supervisor Only
Format: /E[/Y] <x> [x] [Enter]
Where:
xis the number or name of the port buffer(s) to be
cleared. To erase buffers for all ports, enter an asterisk.
/Y (Optional) Suppresses the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt.
Response:
Verbose: "Are You Sure (y/n)?", if Y, the unit will respond
with "OK".
Terse: 5, if Y, the unit will respond with 0.
Example: To clear the buffer for Port 3, access the Command
Mode from a port with "All" command capability, and type /E 3
[Enter].
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CMS-32 Console Management Switch; User's Guide
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