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PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
5.4.3. Console Port Configuration
The Console Port is used for connection to a local control device, such as a
PC or terminal. To configure the Console Port, first go to the Port Selector
Menu (Main Menu, item 22). Type 4 and press [Enter]. The Console Port
Configuration Menu (Figure 5.7) will be displayed. The following options
are available:
Communication Settings:
1. Baud Rate: Selects the baud rate for this port; any standard rate
from 1200 bps to 115.2K bps. (Default value is selected by Set-Up
Switches 1, 2, and 3.)
2. Bits/Parity: Selects Bits/Parity for this port; 8-None, 7-Even, 7-Odd,
or 7-None. (Default = 8-None.)
3. Stop Bits: Selects stop bits for this port. (Default = 1.)
4. Handshake Mode: Selects the flow control mode for this port; XON/
XOFF (Software), RTS/CTS (Hardware), both, or None.
(Default = RTS/CTS.)
General Parameters:
11. Command Echo: Enables / Disables the command echo for this port.
During set-up, it may be helpful to enable the command echo. This
allows keystrokes sent to the VIP unit to be displayed on your monitor.
(Default = On.)
CONSOLE PORT:
COMMUNICATION SETTINGS OUTPUT PARAMETERS
1. Baud Rate: 9600 21. Output Mode: ASCII Record
2. Bits/Parity: 8-None 22. Data on ^B01: On
3. Stop Bits: 1 23. Hold End Data: On
4. Handshake Mode: RTS/CTS 24. Line # Tag: Off
25. Send Compress: Off
26. Auto Delete: Off
OUTPUT PARAMETERS (BINARY BLOCK)
27. Transmit Att: 3
28. Transmit Delay: 5 Secs
29. DLE Stuffing: Off
GENERAL PARAMETERS
11. Command Echo: On
12. Response Type: Inhibit Menu
13. “Sure” Prompt: On
14. CMD Timeout: 15 Mins
15. Audit Trail: Off
ACTION PARAMETERS
16. Action Delay: 10 Secs
Enter selection, Press <ESC> to return to previous menu ...
Figure 5.7: Console Port Configuration
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