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8.4.3. Terminating an Outbound
Telnet Session
The CMS offers three different ways to terminate an outbound
Telnet session: the "^]" command, the "/D" command, and the
network port timeout disconnect feature.
1. The ^] Command: (User Mode and Supervisor Mode) To
terminate an outbound Telnet connection that you initiated
at your network node, type ^] (press the Control Key plus
the right bracket key) and then press [Enter].
2. The /D Command: (Supervisor Mode Only) To terminate
an outbound Telnet connection that was initiated at another
CMS RS232 port, access the CMS command mode using
the Supervisor Level password (either from another CMS
RS232 port, or via the Network Port), and then type:
/D [/Y] <x> [x] [Enter]
Where:
/Y (Optional) suppresses the "Sure?" prompt.
xIs the number or name of the desired CMS port(s)
or the "Nn" format Network Port Number (see
Section 8.1) for the Telnet session that you wish
to terminate.
3. Timeout Disconnect: The CMS Network Port's timeout
disconnect feature will also terminate an outbound Telnet
session. Providing that the Timeout Disconnect feature is
enabled, outbound Telnet sessions will be automatically
terminated If the CMS determines that no data has been
transferred for the duration of the currently defined timeout
period. The timeout disconnect feature is configured and
enabled via the Network Port Configuration Menu (/N) as
described in Section 5.5.4.
Note: Although this feature can only be configured
and enabled from the Supervisor mode, the Timeout
Disconnect will be applied to outbound Telnet
sessions that were initiated from the Supervisor
Mode, and outbound Telnet sessions that were
initiated from the User Mode.
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Telnet Capabilities
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