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Confi guration
5.8. Copying Parameters to Several
RS-232 Ports (Text Interface Only)
When the /CP command (Copy Port Parameters) is invoked, the unit will
display a menu which allows you to select parameters, and copy them to all or
several RS-232 ports. The Copy Port Parameters menu can set all parameters
for the specified port(s), or define only a select group of parameters for a
specific group of ports.
Notes:
The /CP command is not available via the Web Browser Interface.
The /CP command will not copy parameters to the Network Port or
Internal Modem Port.
The /CP command is only available to accounts and ports that
permit Supervisor commands.
The /CP command cannot be used to set Ports 1 or 2 to Passive or
Buffer Mode, or to disable the Supervisor Mode at Ports 1 or 2.
To copy parameters to all or several RS-232 ports, proceed as follows:
1. Use the Text Interface to enter command mode via an account and port
that permit access to Supervisor commands.
COPY PORT PARAMETERS:
COMMUNICATION SETTING PORT MODE PARAMETERS
1. Baud Rate: 21. Port Name:
2. Bits/Parity: 22. Port Mode:
3. Stop Bits: 23. DTR Output:
4. Handshake: 24. Buffer Params: ---
25. Modem Params: ---
GENERAL PARAMETERS NETWORK SERVICES
11. Supervisor Mode: 31. Direct Connect:
12. Logoff Char:
13. Sequence Disc:
14. Inact Timeout:
15. Command Echo: 32. Syslog: ---
16. Accept Break: 33. SNMP Trap Lv: ---
Enter: #<CR> to define parameter.
Port 1 and internal modem port restricted values NOT changed,
-<CR> to remove all values set, X<CR> to exit WITHOUT copy,
<ESC> to copy to ports and exit ...
Figure 5.16: The Copy Port Parameters Menu
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