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PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
Action Parameters: The amount of time that will elapse between
alarm actions sent from this port.
Output Parameters:
Output Mode: The format used when data is released via this port;
ASCII Record, Binary Block, Xmodem, or ZModem.
Data on ^B01: When disabled, ^B02 is sent to begin data release.
Hold End Data: When enabled, ^B02 is sent to release the "End
Data" message.
Line # Tag: When enabled, a line number will be inserted at the
beginning of each record released by this port.
Send Compressed: When enabled, this port will release data in
space compressed format.
Auto Delete: When enabled, stored data will be erased after the
polling device acknowledges reception.
Output Parameters (Binary Block): Lists parameters used when this
port releases data in Binary Block format:
Transmit Attempts: The number of transmit attempts, and the
length of the delay between attempts.
DLE Stuffing: When enabled, literal characters can be inserted into
binary data released via this port.
Callout Parameters:
Dial Attempts: The number of times the VIP will attempt to place
a call.
Sequence Attempts: The number of times the VIP will restart the
dial-out process, and delay between each sequence of attempts.
Immediate Callout: When enabled, the VIP will dial the Callout
Number immediately after the user disconnects.
Immediate Phone #: The Immediate Callout phone number.
Dialback Security: The status of the Dialback Security feature.
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