Confi guration
12. Serial Number Stamp: Inserts a six digit serial number at the
beginning of each record received by this port. (Default = Off.)
13. Strip Non-Printables: Conserves memory and cuts polling time
by excluding non-printable characters (such as Nuls and Dels) from
records received at this port. (Default = On.)
14. End Character: Defines the End-of-Record (EOR) character that
the VIP expects to see at the end of each record received at this port.
(Default = ^J (Line Feed).)
15. Alarm Filter: Enables/disables the Alarm Filter and selects the Alarm
Filter used by the AUX port. The Alarm Filter can notify the user
when specific types of data are detected. For more information, please
refer to Section 9. (Default = Off.)
16. Store Alarm Data: Determines where the VIP will store alarm data
received via this port. Alarm Records can be stored in the Alarm File,
the Standard (non-alarm) File, or both files. For more information,
please refer to Section 16.1.1. (Default = Alarm.)
17. Data Filter: Enables/disables the Data Filter and selects the Data
Filter used by this port. For more information on the Data Filter,
please refer to Section 8. (Default = Off.)
18. PBX Inactivity Alarm: Enables/disables the PBX Inactivity Alarm
for this port. The PBX Inactivity Alarm monitors the flow of data
from the PBX Ports and notifies the user if the flow stops. For more
information, please refer to Section 10. (Default = Off.)
19. Port Mode: Selects the operating mode for the AUX Port. If the
AUX Port will be connected to a PBX, the Port Mode should be set
to Store Data. If the AUX Port will be used to pass commands to a
connected device, the Port Mode should probably be set to Discard
Data. (Default = Store Data.)
Field Suppression:
31. Lucent Switch: This Item can be used to suppress the phone number
field in certain data records, as described in Section This
feature is useful in countries that prohibit the transfer of phone number
records via network.
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