RSM Series; Remote Site Managers - User’s Guide
b) The /D (Disconnect) command can only be invoked by accounts and
ports that permit Supervisor commands.
c) The /D command can specify both connected ports, or either of the
two ports. For example, if Port 1 is your resident port, any of the
following commands can be used to disconnect Port 3 from Port 4:
/D 3 4 [Enter]
/D 3 [Enter]
/D 4 [Enter]
d) The /D command can also disconnect a remote user from
the Network Port. This is useful in cases where a user has
unsuccessfully disconnected via Telnet, and you can’t wait for the
RSM to timeout in order to free up the TCP port. To disconnect a
TCP port, type /D Nn and then press [Enter]. Where Nn is one of
the RSM’s logical TCP ports (e.g. /D N2 [Enter]).
3. No Activity Timeout: Providing the Timeout feature is enabled at either
connected port, the No Activity Timeout can disconnect Resident Ports, or
Third Party Ports.
Note: The No Activity Timeout also applies to Telnet Direct
Connections. For more information, please refer to Section 8.3.
a) RS232 Ports: To select the timeout period for RS232 Ports, access
the Port Configuration Menu for the desired port as described in
Section 5.7.2.
b) Network Port: To select the timeout period for the Network
Port, access the Network Port Configuration Menu as described in
Section 5.7.3.
c) When the Timeout Feature is enabled, the port will automatically
disconnect if no data is received during the defined Timeout Period.
When two connected ports time out, both ports will exit command
mode after disconnecting.
The Timeout value also applies to unconnected ports that are
left in command mode. When an unconnected port is left in
command mode, and no additional activity is detected, the port will
automatically exit command mode when its timeout value elapses.
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