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PollCat NetLink II - User’s Guide
3.3. Communicating with the NetLink II
The command mode can be accessed via the Console Port, network
connection or Modem. Note however, that before you can communicate
with the unit via network, you must first access command mode via Modem
or Console Port and define certain network parameters.
3.3.1. Access via Console Port or Modem
To access command mode via Console Port or Modem, proceed as follows:
1. Console Port (Local Access): This is the simplest way to access
the NetLink II command mode. Your system communicates with the
NetLink via a direct cable connection to the Console Port.
a) Start your communications program (e.g., Tera Term Pro©) and
press [Enter]. The NetLink II will display a login prompt.
b) Key in the login name and press [Enter], and then key in the
password and press [Enter]. The Default Administrator Login
name and Password are both "SUPER" (all uppercase, no quotes.)
2. Access Via Modem: Start your communications program and dial the
number for the phone line connected to the NetLink II.
a) After the carrier is detected, the system will display a login
prompt.
b) Key in the login name and press [Enter], and then key in the
password and press [Enter]. The Default Administrator Login
name and Password are both "SUPER" (all uppercase, no quotes.)
Note: NetLink II will allow 5 attempts to enter a valid password.
If a valid password is not entered in 5 attempts, the unit will
disconnect.
After a brief pause, the "READY" message will be sent. Press [Enter] to
display the NetLink II Main Menu as shown in Figure 3.1.
PollCat NetLink II Main Menu: Administrator Mode
FUNCTIONS: CONFIGURATION:
1. Status Displays 21. Reboot System (Default)
2. Buffer Functions 22. Port Configuration
3. System Functions 23. System Parameters
4. System Diagnostics 24. Scheduled Action Parameters
5. ^Bxx Command Help 25. Alarm Configuration
6. Recall Parameters 26. Data Filter Configuration
7. Save Parameters
8. Exit Command Mode
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Figure 3.1: The Main Menu
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