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Confi guration
5.3.3.1. Plug Passwords and Co-Location Features
The Plug Passwords, which are defined via the Plug Parameters Menu(s)
allow you to determine which plugs an individual user will be permitted to
control. When a plug password is entered while logging into command mode,
the user will be able to issue switching, reboot and default commands for the
corresponding plug, and every other plug that shares this same password.
For example, if the plug password "switch" is defined for plugs 1, 2, and three,
then if a user logs into command mode using the password "switch", that
user will be allowed to issue On/Off/Reboot commands to plugs 1, 2, and 3,
but not plugs 4 and 5. Note that the Plug Passwords do not allow access to
configuration functions, and users are only allowed to view the status of the
plugs that are permitted by their password.
5.3.3.2. The Boot / Sequence Delay Period.
The Boot / Sequence Delay value will be applied differently for Reboot
operations as opposed to simple On/Off operations as described below:
1. Reboot Cycles:
a) Single Plug: The Boot/Seq. Delay determines how long the plug
will remain Off before it is switched back On again.
b) Several Plugs: The Boot/Seq. Delay determines how long the plug
will remain in the "Off" condition, and also how long the NBB will
pause before proceeding to the next plug specified by the Reboot
command.
2. On/Off Switching: The Boot/Seq. Delay determines how long the NBB
will pause before proceeding to the next plug specified by the
ON command.
Examples: Assume that the Boot / Sequence Delays for each plug have been
set as follows: Plug 1 = 1 Second, Plug 2 = 2 Seconds, Plug 3 = 5 Seconds,
Plug 4 = 1 Minute, Plug 5 = 1 Second
If an "On" command is applied to all five plugs, the NBB will respond
as follows:
1. Turn On Plug 1, Wait 1 Second.
2. Turn On Plug 2, Wait 2 Seconds
3. Turn On Plug 3, Wait 5 Seconds
4. Turn On Plug 4, Wait 1 Minute
5. Turn On Plug 5
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