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·TCP Port: The logical TCP port number to which each
telnet session is connected.
Normally, when a telnet session has been established, this
field will list port number 23, 2001, or 3001.
If the telnet Direct Connect function has been employed to
connect to a CMS port using normal telnet protocol, this
column will list the virtual TCP port number. For
CMS-16 units, this number will range from 2101 to 2116.
For CMS-8 units, this number will range from 2101 to
2108. For more information on the Direct Connect
function, please refer to Section 8.
If the telnet Direct Connect function has been employed to
connect to a CMS port using raw socket mode, this
column will list the virtual TCP port number. For
CMS-16 units, this number will range from 3101 to 3116.
For CMS-8 units, this number will range from 3101 to
3108. For more information on the Direct Connect
function, please refer to Section 8.
·Status: The status for each TCP port.
If the Status Column reads "Active", this indicates that the
corresponding port has accessed the CMS command mode.
If this telnet session is connected to a CMS RS232 Port,
this column will read "C-nn", where "nn" indicates the
connected RS232 Port for each Telnet session. For
CMS-16 units, "nn" will be a number between 01 and 16.
For CMS-8 units, "nn" will be a number between 01
and 08.
·Password Used: The password that was used to log-on to
each Telnet session. Normally, this column will display a
series of asterisks in place of each password. However, if
the /SNP command option is used, this command will
display the actual Port Password used for each session. Note
that Supervisor Passwords are never displayed; when the
/SNP option is used, this column will display "Supervisor"
in place of the actual password.
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CMS-16 / CMS-8 User's Guide
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