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15-15
Buffer Functions (Polling)
4. Alarm Filter 1 (By Clue): Only records that matched a specific
clue defined for Alarm Filter 1.
5. Alarm Filter 2 (All): All records that matched any clue defined
for Alarm Filter 2.
6. Alarm Filter 2 (By Clue): Only records that matched a specific
clue defined for Alarm Filter 2.
7. All Alarms: All records that matched any clue defined for either
Alarm Filter 1 or Alarm Filter 2.
For example, if Data Type is defined as "All" (item 1) then the file
name will have a "1" in this field.
File Extension (Three Characters; Optional): NetLink II can
append a sequentially numbered (000 to 999) three digit extension.
This number will be incremented after each successful data transfer. If
the Data Type or Source Port are changed, the file extension will be
reset to "000".
Note: When the SFTP protocol is used, the Push function will
always increment the file extension.
Examples:
If the File Name is "DATA", and the Push Configuration menu has
been set to download all data (Option 1) received via the Serial PBX
Port (A), then the first file name written at your server would be
"DATAA1.000".
If the File Name is "PBX", and the Push Configuration menu has
been set to download Standard Data (Option 2) received via the PBX
IP Port (I), then the first file name written at your server would be
"PBXI2.000".
If the File Name has not been defined, but the Site ID message is
"ATLANTA", and the Push Configuration Menu has been set to
download all alarm data (Option 7) received via the Serial PBX Port
(A) and the PBX IP Port (I), then the first file name written at your
server would be "ATLAI7.000".
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