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5-6
Basic Operation
When switching and reboot commands are executed, the RPC will display a "Sure?"
prompt, wait for user response, and then complete the command. The unit will pause
for a moment while the command is executed, and then return to the Circuit Status
Screen. To Switch Circuits, or initiate a Reboot Cycle, proceed as follows:
1. SwitchCircuit(s)On: Type /ON n and press [Enter]. Where "n" is the
alphanumeric number or name of the desired circuit or Circuit Group. For
example:
/ON A1 [Enter] or /ON ROUTER [Enter]
2. SwitchCircuit(s)Off: Type /OFF n and press [Enter]. Where "n" is the
alphanumeric number or name of the desired circuit or Circuit Group. Note that the
/OFF” command can also be entered as “/OF”. For example:
/OFF A2 [Enter] or /OF ROUTER [Enter]
3. RebootCircuit(s): Type /BOOT n and press [Enter]. Where "n" is the
alphanumeric number or name of the desired circuit or Circuit Group. Note that the
"/BOOT" command can also be entered as "/BO". For example:
/BOOT A3 [Enter] or /BO ATMSWTCH [Enter]
4. SetAllCircuitstoPowerUpDefaults: Type /DPL and press [Enter]. All circuits
permitted by your account will be set to their default On/Off status, which is defined
via the Circuit Parameters Menu as described in Section 6.6.
Notes:
• WhenyouhaveaccessedcommandmodeusinganAdministratoror
SuperUser level account, the Default command will be applied to all circuits.
• Whenyouhaveaccessedcommandmodeusinganaccountthatpermits
only User level command access, the Default command will only be applied
to the circuits specifically allowed by that account.
• The/DPLcommandisnotavailableinViewOnlymode.
5. SuppressCommandConfirmationPrompt: To execute a power switching
command without displaying the "Sure?" prompt, include the ",Y" option at the end
of the command line. For example:
/ON ROUTER,Y or /BOOT A2,Y
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