3. No Activity Timeout: Providing the Timeout feature is
enabled at either connected port, the No Activity Timeout
can disconnect Resident Ports, or Third Party Ports.
Note: The No Activity Timeout also applies to
Telnet "Direct Connections" and outbound Telnet
connections. For more information regarding, please
refer to Section 8.2 and Section 8.4.
a) RS232 Ports: To configure the Timeout Feature for the
RS232 Ports, invoke the /P command to display the
Port Configuration Menu for the desired port as
described in Section 5.5.3. Option 11 enables and
defines the Timeout Feature.
b) Network Port: To configure the Timeout Feature for
the Network Port, invoke the /N command to display
the Network Port Configuration Menu as described in
Section 5.5.4. Option 15 enables and defines the
c) When the Timeout Feature is enabled, the port will
automatically disconnect if no data is received for the
defined Timeout Period.
·When two connected ports time out, both ports will
exit command mode after disconnecting.
·The Timeout value also applies to unconnected
ports that are left in Command Mode. When an
unconnected port is left in Command Mode, and no
additional data activity is detected, the port will
automatically exit Command Mode when its
defined timeout value elapses.