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PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
18.5.1. Conflicts with Other Command Ports
When another user has accessed command mode via the Console Port,
Modem Port, or Telnet Ports 23, 2001, or 3001, Telnet Pass-Through Mode,
Real Time Read, and Selective Read Mode will behave as follows:
1. Normal Pass-Through Mode: If the Console Port, Modem Port, or
Telnet Ports 23, 2001, or 3001 have activated normal Pass-Through
Mode (non-Telnet; see Section 16.1.2.) to access the target port, Telnet
connections will be handled as follows:
Telnet Pass-Through Mode: Not allowed to connect to port.
Real Time Mode: Not allowed to read data from target port.
Selective Read Mode: Is allowed to read data from target port.
2. Partitioned Data: If the Console Port, Modem Port, or Telnet Ports
23, 2001, or 3001 have used the VIP Configuration menus or ^Bnn
commands to set a partition which includes data received from the
target port, Telnet connections will be handled as follows:
Telnet Pass-Through Mode: Is allowed to connect to target port.
Real Time Mode: Not allowed to read data from target port.
Selective Read Mode: Not allowed to read data from target port.
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