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5.5. Other Commands
5.5.1. Login as Different User
The /R command is used to re-login using a different password. When invoked, the NPS will
display the password prompt, allowing the user to enter a different password in order to access
other plugs or command functions. The /R command can be used to switch from User Mode to
System Mode.
The /R command is available in both System Mode and User Mode. To login as a different
user, type /R, press [Enter], and then key in a different valid password at the prompt. To
suppress the "Sure?" prompt, type /R,Y [Enter].
5.5.2. Reset Network Port
The /T command is used to reinitialize the NPS Network card. The /T command is not
available in User Mode. To reset the Network Port, type /T and press [Enter]. To suppress
the "Sure?" prompt, type /T,Y [Enter].
Note: The /T command can only be issued via the Console Port or Modem Port.
The /T command can not be invoked via the Network Port.
5.5.3. Exit / Disconnect
To exit from the NPS Command Mode and discontinue connection to the unit, type /X and
press [Enter]. The NPS will display the "DISCONNECT" message. To suppress the "Sure?"
prompt, type /X,Y [Enter].
5.6. Operating Tips
When connecting to the NPS unit via network, modem or console port, the following factors
should be kept in mind:
1. One Connection at a Time: Only one port can access the command mode at a time.
When a command port is busy, the NPS will react as follows:
a) Network Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Modem Port, the
NPS will send a busy message. If a second user attempts to connect via the Console
Port, the port will not wake.
b) Modem Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Network Port, the
connection will be refused. If a second user attempts to connect via the Console Port,
the port will not wake.
c) Console Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Network Port, the
connection will be refused. If a second user attempts to connect via the Modem Port,
the Console Port will disconnect and the Modem Port will be granted access; the
Modem Port has priority over the Console Port.
2. Ping Packet Size: The NPS will not accept Ping Packets larger than approximately 1000
bytes.
If you have any questions regarding configuration or operation of the NPS unit, please contact
WTI Technical Support as described in Appendix C.
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NPS Series - Network Power Switches, User's Guide Operation
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