PollCat NetLink II - User’s Guide
17.3. Command Syntax
Most commands conform to the following conventions:
In the command line examples shown in this section, square braces
([ ]) are used to indicate an optional argument, and greater than /
less than symbols (< >) are used to indicate a required argument. For
example, in the sample command line ^B[,port]<,action>,
"port" would be an optional argument and "action" would be a
required argument.
Commands normally begin with the ASCII "Control B" character
(written as ^B throughout this manual).
To temporarily suppress the Command Echo for any command, use the
^A character in place of the ^B character. For example, if Command
Echo is enabled and Command ^B03 (Send Site ID) is invoked,
NetLink II will echo the command back to the polling device and send
the Site ID message. If ^A is substituted for ^B (e.g. ^A03), the Site
ID message will be sent, but the command will not be echoed back to
the polling device.
Each command is invoked by pressing the [Enter] key.
A comma (,) is used to separate a command from its options or
parameters (e.g. ^B01,10).
17.4. Command Summary
^B00 Set/Reset Memory Partition
Sets or releases the memory partition for your command port.
If this command does not include an argument, the partition will
be set to include all data by default.
The Release partition argument (R) cannot be combined with
other arguments.
The ^B00 command line can specify two source ports (e.g.,
^B00,PA,PI), but cannot specify two data types.
Square brackets are not included in the command line. They are
shown here to indicate an option.
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