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Configuration Options
• LogoffCharacter: Defines the Logoff Character for this port. This determines
which command(s) must be issued at this port in order to disconnect from a second
port.(Default=^X ([Ctrl] plus [X]))
Note:TheSequenceDisconnectparametercanbeusedtopickaone
characterorathreecharacterlogoffsequence.
• SequenceDisconnect: Enables/Disables and configures the Resident Disconnect
command. Offers the option to either disable the Sequence Disconnect, or select a
onecharacter,orthreecharactercommandformat.(Default=OneCharacter).
Notes:
• TheOneCharacterDisconnectisintendedforsituationswherethe
destination port should notreceivethedisconnectcommand.Whenthe
ThreeCharacterformatisselected,thedisconnectsequencewill pass
throughtothedestinationportpriortobreakingtheconnection.
• WhenThreeCharacterformatisselected,theResidentDisconnectusesthe
format"[Enter]LLL[Enter]",whereListheselectedLogoffCharacter.
• InactivityTimeout: Enables and selects the Inactivity Timeout period for the
Network Port. If enabled, and the port does not receive or transmit data for the
specifiedtimeperiod,theportwilldisconnect.(Default=5Minutes)
• CommandEcho: Enables or Disables the command echo for the Network Port.
(Default=On)
• AcceptBreak: Determines whether the port will accept breaks received from the
attached device, and pass them along to a connected port. When enabled, breaks
received at this port will be passed to any port this port is connected to, and sent
to the device connected to the other port. When disabled, breaks will be refused at
thisport.(Default=On)
• TelnetAccess: Enables/disables Telnet access. When Telnet Access is "Off," users
will not be allowed to establish a Telnet connection to the unit. Note that in the
Text Interface, this item also provides access to the "Telnet Port" and "Maximum per
Source"parameters.(Default=Off)
• TelnetPort: Selects the TCP/IP port number that will be used for Telnet
connections. In the Text Interface, this item is defined via a submenu, displayed
whentheTelnetAccessparameterisselected.(Default=23)
• Max.PerSource: The maximum number of Telnet sessions that will be allowed
peruserMACaddress.(Default=4)
Notes:
• IntheTextInterface,the"PerSource"parameterisdefinedviaasubmenuof
item21(TelnetAccess)intheNetworkParametersmenu.
• Afterchangingthe"MaxPerSource"parameter,youmustlogoutofallpre-
existingTelnetsessionsinorderforthenewmaximumvaluetobeapplied.
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