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6-3
Operation
6.2. Operation via the Text Interface
When using the Text Interface, all switching functions are performed by
invoking simple, ASCII commands. ASCII commands are also used to display
status screens and to log out of command mode. The Text Interface also
includes a Help Menu, which summarizes all available NBB commands. To
display the Text Interface Help Menu (Figure 6.3), type /H and press [Enter].
6.2.1. The Plug Status Screen - Text Interface
When you log in to the NBB command mode using the Text Interface, the first
screen displayed after login is the Plug Status Screen. The Plug Status Screen
(Figure 6.2) lists the current status of the NBB’s Switched AC Outlets and
displays the firmware version and currently defined Site I.D. Message.
Normally, the Plug Status Screen will also be redisplayed each time a
command is successfully executed. Note however, that if desired, the
Automated Mode (See Section 6.4) can be enabled to suppress the display of
the Plug Status Screen after each command.
Network Boot Bar v1.41 Site ID: Western Telematic, Inc. - Irvine
Plug | Name | Password | Status | Boot/Seq. Delay | Default |
-----+------------------+-------------+--------+-----------------+---------+
1 | Server_1 | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
2 | Server_2 | (undefined) | ON | 1 Min | OFF |
3 | Router | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
4 | Ethernet_Switch | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
5 | DSU/CSU | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | OFF |
-----+------------------+-------------+--------+-----------------+---------+
“/H” for help.
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Figure 6.2: Plug Status Screen - Text Interface (Sample Values Shown)
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