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Confi guration
5.4.2. PBX IP Port Configuration
The PBX IP Port allows the NetLink II to collect data via network
connection, from an RSP type PBX, such as an Avaya PBX Switch.
To configure the PBX IP Port, first go to the Port Configuration Menu
(Main Menu, Item 22.) Type 11 and press [Enter]. The menu shown in
Figure 5.10 will be displayed. The following options are available:
Note: If an asterisk (*) appears next to a menu item, this indicates
that the change cannot be implemented until later. For example, an
asterisk will appear next to the Port Number if that Port Number is
already in use.
Communication Settings:
1. Service: (Default = On.)
2. Port Number: The RSP Port Number. Cannot be a Telnet Port, FTP
Port, SMTP Port or HTTP Port. (From 1 to 65535; Default = 9000.)
3. Window Size: The RSP Window Size. (From 1 to 255; Default = 6.)
4. Keep Alive Send: The "keep alive send" timeout in seconds.
(From 1 to 3600; Default = 60 Seconds.)
5. Keep Alive Response: The "keep alive response" timeout in seconds.
(From 1 to 3600; Default = 60 Seconds.)
6. SDM Response: The session disconnect message response timeout in
seconds. (From 1 to 3600; Default = 30 Seconds.)
PBX IP PORT:
COMMUNICATION SETTINGS INPUT PARAMETERS
1. Service: On 11. Time/Date Stmp: Off
2. Port Number: 9000 12. Serial No Stmp: Off
3. Window Size: 6 13. Strip Non-Prnt: On
4. Keep Alive Send: 60 Secs 14. End Character: ^J
5. Keep Alive Resp: 60 Secs 15. Alarm Filter: Off
6. SDM Resp: 30 Secs 16. Store Alm Data: Alarm
17. Data Filter: Off
18. PBX Inact Alm: Off
MISCELLANEOUS
21. Disconnect
22. Last Status FIELD SUPPESSION
31. Lucent Switch
Enter selection,
Press <ESC> to return to previous menu ...
Figure 5.10: PBX IP Port Configuration Menu
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