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RSM Series; Remote Site Managers - User’s Guide
The Port Status Screen lists the following items:
Port: The Port Number.
Name: The user-defined name for each port.
Username: The username that was entered in order to access command
mode via this port.
Status: The connect status of each port.
If the port is connected to an RS232 port, this column will list the
number of the other RSM port in "c-nn" format, where "nn" is the
number of the RSM port connected to this port (for example, "C-07".)
If the connected port is listed as "Nn" (where "n" is a number), this
indicates that the RSM RS232 port is connected to the Network port.
The numbers indicate which of the available Telnet sessions is being
used (for example, "C-N5".)
Mode: The user-selected Port Mode.
Buffer Count: The amount of data (in bytes) stored in the buffer for this
port.
6.2. The Port Diagnostics Screen (/SD)
The Port Diagnostics Screen provides more detailed information about
each port. To display the Port Diagnostics Screen, access the Text Interface
command mode and type /SD [Enter], the screen will appear as shown in
Figure 6.2.
Note that the screen format will vary, depending upon whether your account
permits or denies access to Supervisor commands. If the username entered at
login does not allow Supervisor commands, then the Port Diagnostics Screen
will only display the status of the ports allowed by that account. Ports that are
not assigned to the account will not be displayed.
The Port Diagnostics Screen lists the following items:
Port: The Port Number. If this column contains a plus sign (+) next
to the port number, this indicates that the port is allowed to invoke
Supervisor commands, providing the user account allows access to these
commands.
Name: The user-defined name for each port.
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