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/C Connect
Establishes a bi-directional connection between two ports. For
more information and command line examples, please refer to
Section 7.1. There are two different types of port connections:
·Resident Connect: If the /C command specifies one port
name or number, your resident port will be connected to the
specified port.
·Third Party Connect: If the /C command specifies two
port names or numbers, the unit will connect the two ports
indicated. A Third Party Connect command must be issued
from a third port with “Supervisor” command capability.
"User" ports cannot initiate a Third Party Connect.
Notes:
·Ports with "User" command capability can only
connect to ports that share the same Port Password.
·Ports with “Supervisor” command capability are
allowed to connect to all other ports.
·RS232 Ports are not allowed to create a Third Party
connection to the Network Port. For example,
Port 1 cannot connect Port 3 to the Network Port.
Availability: Supervisor / User
Format: /C <x> [x] [Enter]
Where xis the number or name of the port(s) to be connected.
Response:
Verbose: Connected xx, when a Resident Connection is
initiated, the CMS will also display the currently selected
Resident Disconnect Sequence for your port.
Terse: 1
/CP Copy RS232 Port Parameters
Allows quick set-up when all or several CMS RS232 ports will
be configured with similar parameters. When the /CP command
is invoked, the CMS will display a menu that is used to select
common port parameters, which can then be copied to all CMS
RS232 ports. For more information and other command options,
please refer to Section 5.6.
Availability: Supervisor Only
Format: /CP [Enter]
Response: Displays Copy Parameters Menu
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Command Reference Guide
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