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Confi guration
Depending on the Port Mode selected, the RSM will also display the additional
prompts listed in this section. In the Text Interface, these parameters are
accessible via a submenu, which will only be active when the appropriate port
mode is selected, and in the Web Browser Interface, fields will be "grayed out"
unless the corresponding port mode is selected.
Any-to-Any Mode / Passive Mode: Allows the following Mode-specific
parameter to be defined:
DTR Output: Determines how DTR will react when the port
disconnects. DTR can be held low, held high, or pulsed for 0.5 seconds
and then held high. (Default = Pulse.)
Modem Mode: Allows the following mode-specific parameters to be
defined:
Reset String: Redefines the modem reset string. The Reset String can
be sent prior to the Initialization string. (Default = ATZ.)
Initialization String: Defines a command string that can be sent to
initialize a modem to settings required by your application. (Default =
AT&C1&D2S0=1&B1&H1&R2)
Hang-Up String: Although the RSM will pulse the DTR line to
hang-up an attached modem, the Hang-Up string is often useful for
controlling modems that do not use the DTR line.
(Default = undefined.)
Periodic Reset Value: Determines how often the Reset String will be
sent to the modem at this port.
Note: When communicating with the RSM via modem, these
parameters will not be changed until after you exit command mode and
disconnect.
Buffer Mode: Allows the following mode-specific parameters to
be defined:
Buffer DateTime: Enables/Disables the Time/Date stamp for buffered
data. When enabled, the RSM will add a time/date stamp whenever
five seconds elapse between data items received. (Default = On.)
Buffer Connect: When enabled, the RSM will continue to Buffer
captured data while you are connected to the Buffer Mode port.
(Default = Off.)
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