13. Sequence Disconnect: Enables/Disables and configures
the Resident Disconnect command. This prompt offers the
option to either disable the Sequence Disconnect, select a
one character format, or a three character format.
(Default = One Character). Note the following:
·When a Resident Connection is initiated, the CMS will
send a message which lists connected ports, and displays
the one character or three character disconnect command
that will be required in order to terminate the connection.
·The One Character Disconnect is intended for situations
where the destination port should not receive the
disconnect command. When the Three Character format
is selected, the disconnect sequence will pass through to
the destination port prior to breaking the connection.
·When Three Character format is selected, the Resident
Disconnect uses the format “[Enter]LLL[Enter]”, where
Lis the selected Logoff Character.
·When the One Character format is selected, resident
connections are terminated by entering the selected
Logoff Character only. There is no need to press [Enter]
before and after the Logoff Character when the One
Character format is selected.
14. Timeout Disconnect: Enables and selects the Timeout
Disconnect for the Network Port. If enabled, and the port
does not receive or transmit data for the specified time
period, the port will disconnect. (Default = 5 Minutes).
Note: The Timeout Disconnect value is also applied
to Telnet Direct Connections and outbound Telnet
connections. For more information, please refer to
Section 8.
15. Response Type: Selects the type of messages that the port
will send in response to commands. The user can select
Verbose (English Text), Terse (Numeric / Abbreviation), or
Quiet Mode (No Response). (Default = Verbose).
16. Command Echo: Enables or Disables the command echo
for the Network Port. (Default = On).
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