Buffer Functions (Polling)
• If the base ﬁle name is deﬁned as "TEST", and the File contains
standard, non-alarm data (ST) received via the AUX port (X), the ﬁle
name would be "TESTXST".
• If the base ﬁle name is "PBX", and the ﬁle contains records that
matched Alarm Filter 2 (A2), which were received via PBX Port B (B),
then the ﬁle name would be "PBXBA2".
• If the base ﬁle name is not deﬁned, but the site ID is "ACME", and the
ﬁle contains records that matched Alarm Filter 1 (A1), which were
received via PBX Port A (A), then the ﬁle name would be "ACMAA1".
16.5.4. Commands Supported by FTP Server
The FTP Server function supports the following FTP commands.
• ABOR - Aborts the current FTP operation.
• DELE ﬁlename - Deletes the speciﬁed ﬁlename from the FTP
Server, where ﬁlename is the ﬁle you intend to delete. The DELE
command can only be applied to the last ﬁle read.
Note: If a ﬁle transfer is aborted before completion, the DELE
command will still delete the target ﬁle, even though the ﬁle has not
yet been transferred to your remote PC.
• HELP cmdname - Displays help information for the speciﬁed
command (where cmdname is the target command.) If cmdname
is omitted, then the HELP command will display a summary of all
available FTP commands.
• LIST (Also DIR or LS) - Displays a listing of all ﬁles residing in the
current directory at the FTP server.
• NOOP - (No Operation) Keeps the FTP connection alive without
actually initiating a command function.
• PASS password - The FTP client uses this command to submit the
user-entered password to the FTP Server (the VIP.)
• PORT h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2 - Sends the client's IP address and
port number to the FTP Server, where h1,h2,h3,h4 is the IP
address and p1,p2 is the port number.
• PWD - Displays the current active directory at the FTP Server.
• QUIT - Terminates the FTP connection.
• RETR ﬁlename - Retrieves the speciﬁed ﬁle from the FTP Server,
where ﬁlename is the desired ﬁle.