Buffer Functions (Polling)
3. Remaining Memory Space: To send a message that lists NetLink II's
remaining memory, type ^B21 [Enter].
4. Set-Up Switches: To send a message that lists the current status of the
Set- Up Switches, type ^B24 [Enter].
5. Number of Stored Records: To list the number of records in the
current partition, type ^B20 and press [Enter].
6. Display Separator Line: To send a line of dashes, which can be used
to separate downloaded data, type ^B26 and press [Enter].
7. Continuous Binary Block Read: To initiate a continuous binary
block read, invoke command ^B07. Blocks are sent continuously,
without acknowledgment, and cannot be retransmitted during the read
session. Data is sent in binary block format, regardless of the current
output setting. All data type and source port arguments are available.
For more information, please see Section 17.
Note: Command ^B07 (Continuous Binary Block Read) should
not be used while Auto Delete is enabled. If ^B07 is invoked while
Auto Delete is enabled, the unit will erase data without waiting for
reception to be acknowledged.
15.4. Retrieving Data Using the Push Function
Push capability allows the NetLink II to automatically download stored
call records via network to your SFTP or FTP server. Downloads can be
performed on demand, according to a user-deﬁned schedule, or according to
a user-speciﬁed start time.
In order to use this feature, your installation must include the following:
• A network connection to the NetLink II unit. Note that the network
must be running TCP/IP in order for the Push function to work.
• A network connected SFTP or FTP server on subnet, or the gateway
address must allow packets from NetLink II to be routed to your SFTP
or FTP server.
To conﬁgure the Push function, access the NetLink II command mode
as described in Section 17.1 and then select parameters as described in