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6. Menu System Description
The VIP operating system features a series of menus, which are used to
select options, invoke commands, and review status. This section provides
an overview of the VIP operating system, in order to help you locate
specific items in the various submenus.
6.1. Firmware Tree
Command functions are accessed via the Main Menu, which is the first
screen displayed when command mode is activated. The Main Menu
branches off into a series of submenus. Each submenu is dedicated to
a specific task, such as port configuration, buffer management, etc. To
access a submenu, type the number for the desired item and press [Enter].
Main Menu Item Submenu(s)/Function(s)
1. Status Displays Display Status Screens for user-defined parameters, memory
usage, and alarm conditions (See Section 7.)
2. Buffer Functions 1. Set Read Session Parameters
2. Set Partition
3. Release Partition
4. Enter Read Session
5. Erase Partition Data
6. Erase All Data
7. Erase All Data & Clear Alarm Counters
8. Release Remote Partition
3. System Functions 1. Security Level
2. PassThrough Mode
3. Monitor Mode
4. Clear Alarm Condition
5. Clear Alarm Clue Counters
6. Download Parameters
7. Audit Trail Functions
8. Upload Firmware
4. System Diagnostics 1. Load & Test Memory
2. Send Test Message
3. Test Pager
4. Send Test SNMP Trap(s)
5. ^Bxx Command Help Lists all ^Bxx format (manually entered) commands. (See
Section 19). "A" option allows access to menu with additional
command help.
6. Recall Parameters Restores previously saved parameters.
7. Save Operating
Parameters
Writes user-defined parameters from temporary memory to flash
memory.
8. Exit Command Mode Exits from command mode, disconnects, and puts Console Port
to sleep.
9. - 20. Reserved for Future Use.
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