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Confi guration
4. Keep Alive Send: The "keep alive send" timeout in seconds.
(From 1 to 3600; Default = 60 Seconds.)
5. Keep Alive Response: The "keep alive response" timeout in seconds.
(From 1 to 3600; Default = 60 Seconds.)
6. SDM Response: The session disconnect message response timeout in
seconds. (From 1 to 3600; Default = 30 Seconds.)
Input Parameters:
11. Time/Date Stamp: The date stamp can be inserted at the beginning of
each record received by this port. This prompt is used to disable the
function, or select the short format or long format. The short format
(PollCat III Compatible) lists Month, Date, Hour and Minute; the long
format lists Month, Date, Year, Hour, Minute, and Second.
(Default = Off.)
12. Serial Number Stamp: Inserts a six digit number at the beginning of
each record received by this port. (Default = Off.)
13. Strip Non-Printables: Conserves memory by excluding characters
such as Nuls and Dels. (Default = On.)
14. End Character: Defines the End-of-Record (EOR) character that the
VIP will expect 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 Format that will be used by this port. The Alarm Filter monitors
data and provides notification 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 = Both.)
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