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RSM Series; Remote Site Managers - User’s Guide
2. Invoke the /CP command at the command prompt; the menu shown in
Figure 5.16 will be displayed. The following options are available:
a) Copy to All Ports: Type /CP [Enter].
b) Copy to a Range of Ports: Type /CP m-n [Enter]. Where m
and n are port numbers that specify the desired range. For example,
to copy parameters to ports 3 through 7, type /CP 3-7 and press
[Enter].
c) Copy to Several Ports: Type /CP m,n,x [Enter]. Where m, n
and x are the numbers of the desired ports. For example, to copy
parameters to ports 3, 5, and 7, type /CP 3,5,7 [Enter].
d) Combination: To invoke the /CP command in a manner where a
range of ports is specified, along with several other ports outside the
range, type /CP m,n,x-z [Enter]. Where m, n, x, and z are port
numbers. For example to copy parameters to ports 3 and 5 plus ports
7 through 9, type /CP 3,5,7-9 [Enter].
3. Selecting Parameters: To select parameters to be copied, key in
the number for the desired parameter, press [Enter], then follow the
instructions in the submenu.
Note: The /CP command will only copy the parameters currently
displayed by the Copy Port Parameters menu.
4. Clear Menu: After defining several parameters, if you wish to clear the
/CP menu and start again, type - (dash) and press [Enter], the menu will
be reset.
5. Exit Without Copy: To exit from the Copy Parameters menu without
copying selected parameters, type X [Enter]. The RSM will return to the
command prompt.
6. Copy Parameters: When you have finished selecting parameters, press
[Esc] to copy the selected parameters.
5.9. Save User Selected Parameters
Although this step is optional, it is strongly recommended to save all user-
defined parameters to an ASCII file as described in Section 11. This will allow
quick recovery in the event of accidental deletion or reconfiguration of port
parameters.
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