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PollCat NetLink II - User’s Guide
Source Port (One Character): This character is used to indicate
which input port originally received the data. NetLink II will enter
an"A" to indicate that the data was received via the serial PBX Port, or
an "I" to indicate data received via the PBX IP Port.
Data Type (Two Characters): The last two characters indicate the
data type as follows:
1. ST: The letters "ST" indicate that the file contains standard (non-
alarm) data; this is all data that did not match either of the two
Alarm Filters.
2. A1: This indicates that the file contains data that matched Alarm
Filter 1.
3. A2: This indicates that the file contains data that matched Alarm
Filter 2.
Examples:
If the base File Name is defined as "DATA," and the file contains data
that was received from the Serial PBX Port (A), that did not match
either Alarm Filter (ST), then the file would be named "DATAAST".
If the base File Name is defined as "PBX," and the file contains data
that was received via the PBX-IP Port (I), that matched Alarm Filter 1
(A1), then the file would be named "PBXIA1".
If the base File Name has not been defined, but the Site ID Message is
"DENVER," and the file contains data received via the Serial PBX
Port (A), that matched Alarm Filter 2 (A2), then the file would be
named "DENVAA2".
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