PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
Up to Four PBX Inputs
The NetLink-VIP includes four separate data input ports; two PBX ports,
an Auxiliary Port and the PBX IP Port. This allows the unit to collect
data from four different sources. The Auxiliary Port can be connected to
a third PBX, or other data generating device, or used to pass commands
to a connected device such as WTI’s IPS-800 Internet Power Switch.
Communication parameters can be individually deﬁned for each port.
When the unit is polled, data from the three ports can either be combined,
or read separately. Note that the NLJ-VIP includes only two input ports; the
PBX A Port and the PBX IP Port.
NetLink-VIP Units and NLJ-VIP Units
This User’s Guide discusses both NetLink-VIP units and NLJ-VIP
(NetLink Jr.-VIP) units. Throughout this User’s Guide, both units are
referred to as "VIP." The NetLink-VIP includes four input ports, and is also
available with expanded memory and the Input Contact option.
The NLJ-VIP includes two input ports and 512K of ﬂash memory. All other
features function identically, except where noted.
Disclaimer on Toll Fraud
We do not guarantee that if you use the VIP, you will not become the
victim of toll fraud. We provide this device to assist you in minimizing
your exposure to such losses. By monitoring call records as they are
received, you can potentially catch calls that should not be made before
they escalate and cost you large sums of money. However, responding to
alarms and determining what is fraud and abuse are still up to you.
Western Telematic, Incorporated assumes no responsibility for any losses
due to improper use of this product.
In this user’s guide, typefaces and characters are used as follows:
^ (e.g. ^B) Indicates a key combination used to invoke a
command. For example, “^B” (Control B) indicates
that the [Ctrl] key and [B] key should be pressed
COURIER FONT Indicates characters typed on the keyboard.
For example, ^B16 or ^B01.
[Bold Font] Text set in bold face and enclosed in square brackets
indicates a speciﬁc key.
For example, [Enter] or [Esc].