PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
11. Read Session: Speciﬁes the type(s) of ﬁle that will be sent to the FTP
server. When PBX data is collected, the VIP sorts records according
to the port where the data was received and the Alarm Filter matched.
The "Read Session" item allows you to select data based on these
criteria, and determine the starting point by record number. For
more information, please refer to Section 16.1. The "Read Session
Parameters" submenu includes the following items:
a) Source Port: Option 1 allows you to select records based on the
VIP port where they were received. When selected, the VIP will
display an additional submenu, which is used to toggle each port
On or Off. This item can be used to select one, two or all of the
available source ports. (Default = All.)
Example: If PBX Port A and the AUX Port are both toggled
"On", the FTP Push session will only send data received at PBX
Port A or the AUX Port; data received via PBX Port B would not
b) Data Type: Allows you to choose records based on the Data
Type. When selected, the VIP will display a submenu, which is
used to choose one of the following ﬁle types. Note that only one
ﬁle type can be selected at a time. (Default = All.)
1. All: Send all records, both Alarm and Non-Alarm.
2. Standard (Non-Alarm): Send only records that did not
match a clue for Alarm Filter 1 or Alarm Filter 2.
3. Alarm Filter 1 (All): Send only records that matched any
clue deﬁned for Alarm Filter 1.
4. Alarm Filter 1 (By Clue): Send only records that matched
a speciﬁc clue deﬁned for Alarm Filter 1.
5. Alarm Filter 2 (All): Send only records that matched any
clue deﬁned for Alarm Filter 2.
6. Alarm Filter 2 (By Clue): Send only records that matched
a speciﬁc clue deﬁned for Alarm Filter 2.
7. All Alarms: Send all records that matched either Alarm
Filter 1 or Alarm Filter 2.