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Configuration Options
• ReverseDNS: Determines the manner in which ARP requests are handled. When
enabled (On,) the unit will check an external DNS in order to resolve domain
names. When disabled (Off,) the unit will not check an external DNS when
resolvingdomainnames.(Default=On)
• Port1ModeOverride: In order to ensure local access to RPC command
functions, normally Serial Port 1 can only be configured for Normal Mode, Modem
Mode or Modem PPP Mode. When the Port 1 Mode Override option is enabled,
Serial Port 1 can also be configured as a Buffer Mode Port or Passive Mode Port.
(Default=Off)
Note:ConfiguringSerialPort1asaBufferModePortorPassiveModePort
candisablelocalaccesstoRPCcommandfunctionsviaserialport.
• KeepAlive: In cases where Linux regularly times out and disrupts network
communication with the unit, this parameter can be used to keep the network
connectionactive.(Default=7,200Seconds)
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