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NBB-115 & NBB-230: Network Boot Bars - User's Guide
As shown in Figure 5.5 and Figure 5.6, the Serial Parameters Menus allow you
to define the following parameters:
Baud Rate: The Baud Rate for the serial Console Port.
(Default = 9600 bps.)
Note: When the baud rate, data bits, parity or stop bits settings
are changed via the console port, the new parameters will not be
applied until the user exits and then re-enters command mode.
Data: The Data bits setting for the serial Console Port.
(Default = 8 Bits.)
Parity: The parity setting for the serial Console Port. (Default = None.)
Stop: The stop bits setting for the serial Console Port.
(Default = 1 Bit.)
Port Mode: Sets up the NBB Console Port for use with either a local
PC ("Console") or an external modem ("Modem"). Note that when the
Serial Port Mode is set to "Modem" the modem initialization string will
be sent every 15 minutes. (Default = Console.)
Modem Initialization String: Defines a command string (up to
32 characters long) which can be sent out the serial Console Port
to initialize an external modem. If the Serial Port Mode is set to
"Console", the modem initialization string will not be sent. For more
information on initialization commands, refer to the user’s guide for
your modem. (Default = ATE0M0Q1&C1&D2S0=1)
Note: The Modem Initialization String cannot begin with a
forward slash (/) or backslash (\) character, and cannot include
non-printable characters or quotation marks.
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