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6-4
IPS-4 Internet Power Switch; User’s Guide
6.2.2. Boot/On/Off Commands - Text Interface
These commands can Boot or toggle the On/Off status of the IPS’s switched
plugs. Plugs may be specified by name or number.
Notes:
Wait for the "IPS>" prompt to appear before entering commands.
The prompt will not reappear until the previous command is
complete.
Commands are not case sensitive. All commands are invoked by
pressing [Enter].
Users who log in to command mode using a Plug password, will
only be allowed to issue commands to the plugs allowed by that
password.
If command confirmation is enabled, the IPS will display the
Status Screen after the Boot/On/Off commands are successfully
completed.
When Boot/On/Off operations are initiated, Boot/Sequence
Delay times will be applied as described in Section 5.3.3.2.
To Switch Plugs, or initiate a Boot Cycle, proceed as follows:
1. Switch Plug(s) On: To power-on a plug, type /ON n and press
[Enter]. Where "n" is the number or name of the desired plug.
For example:
/ON 1 or /ON ROUTER
Internet Power Switch v1.10d Site ID: WTI_IPS-4_DemoUnit_Irvine_Calif.
Display Configuration
/H Display Help Screen /G View/Set General Parameters
/S Display Plug Status /P [n] View/Set Plug Parameters
/SN Display Network Status /C View/Set Serial Parameters
/N View/Set Network Parameters
Control /T View/set Telnet Parameters
/Boot <n> Boot Plug n /W View/Set Web Server
/On <n> Turn On Plug n /E Save Parameters
/Off <n> Turn Off Plug n /R Recall Parameters
/X Exit/Disconnect /DL Download Parameters to File
+------------------------------------+ Utilities
| [n] = optional plug name or number | /I Reset Network Interface
| <n> = required plug name or number | /U Upgrade Firmware
| n+n or n n = plug n and plug n |
| n:n = plug n through plug n |
| * = all plugs |
| ,y = bypass “Sure? (y/n)” |
+------------------------------------+
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Figure 6.3: The IPS Help Screen - Text Interface
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