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PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
19.4. Command Summary
^B00 Set/Reset Memory Partition
Sets or releases the memory partition for your command port.
Notes:
If this command does not include an argument, the partition will
be set to include all data by default.
The Release partition argument (R) cannot be combined with
other arguments.
The ^B00 command line can specify two source ports (e.g.
^B00,PA,PB), but cannot specify two data types.
Square brackets are not included in the command line. They are
shown here to indicate an option.
PBX Port B and the AUX port are not present on NLJ-VIP units.
Command ^B00 uses one of the following formats:
^B00[,type][,source] [Enter] or ^B00[,R] [Enter]
Where:
,type Data Type: Offers the following options:
,D or ,STD Standard (Non-Alarm) Records.
,A1 or ,A Records that match Alarm Filter 1.
,A2 Records that match Alarm Filter 2.
,ALM Include All Alarm Records.
(Not Specified) Include all data.
,source Source Port: Offers the following options:
,PA Records received via PBX Port A.
,PB Records received via PBX Port B.
,PX Records received via the AUX Port.
,PI Records received via the PBX IP Port.
(Not Specified) Records from all four ports.
,R Release Data Partition: The "R" option cannot be
combined with other ^B00 arguments.
Examples:
^B00,D Set partition to include all records that did not match an
Alarm Clue, regardless of the Input Port that
received them.
^B00,A1,PX Include records that match Alarm Filter 1, and were
received via the AUX Port.
^B00,R Release the current data partition.
Corresponding Menu Function: Buffer Functions, Items 2 and 3.
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