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Command Reference Guide
^B39 Erase All Data
Erases all stored data, including records stored outside your port's memory
partition. Command ^B39 includes an option that allows the user clear all
data and reset all Alarm Clue Counters to zero.
CAUTION: Erased call records cannot be restored.
If the "Sure" option is enabled, a prompt will be displayed. Type Y to
proceed, or N to abort, and then press [Enter].
Command Options:
^B39 Clear all records, leave Alarm Clue Counters intact.
^B39,2 Clear all records and reset Clue Counters to zero.
^B39,Y Suppress "Sure" prompt, Clear all records, leave Alarm Clue
Counters intact. Note that the Y argument can also be
combined with the "2" argument (e.g., ^B39,2,Y).
Corresponding Menu Function: Buffer Functions, item 6.
^B50 Default Parameters
(Supervisor Mode Only) Resets options and parameters to default settings.
When this command is invoked, the input ports and command ports are
reset to the baud rate selected by the Set-Up Switches; the modem port is
reset to 57600 bps, 8 bits, no parity, one stop bit.
CAUTION: Options, parameters, and ļ¬lters that have been
erased cannot be automatically restored.
If the "Sure" option is enabled, a prompt will be displayed. Type Y to
proceed, or N to abort, and then press [Enter].
Command Options:
^B50 Reset options and parameters to default state.
^B50,2 Reset options and parameters to default state. Erase Data
Filter Format, Data Filter Parameters, Alarm Filter Format,
Alarm Clues, and reset Alarm Clue Counters to zero.
^B50,Y Suppress "Read in Progress" prompt and "Sure" prompt,
reset options and parameters to default state. Note that the
"Y" argument can also be combined with the "2" argument
(e.g., ^B50,2,Y).
Corresponding Menu Function: Main Menu, item 21.
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