b) Third Party Connection: This type of connection occurs when your resident port
issues a command to create a connection between two other ports.
i. To connect Port 3 to Port 4, type /C34and press [Enter].
ii. Note that while Ports 3 and 4 are connected, Port 1 will still recognize CPM
commands. Type /S and press [Enter], the Status Screen will appear. Note that
the "STATUS" column now lists Ports 3 and 4 as connected, while Port 1 is listed
as "FREE".
iii. Issue a Third Party Disconnect command to disconnect Ports 3 and 4. Type
/D 3 and press [Enter].
iv. Type /S and press [Enter] to re-display the Status Screen. Note that the
"STATUS" column now lists Ports 3 and 4 as "FREE".
6. Define the Site I.D. message. The Site I.D. allows the user to denote the location or
name of the CPM unit. The Site I.D. cannot include non-printable ASCII codes such as
NULLS and Line Feeds.
a) Type /F and press [Enter]. The CPM will prompt the user to enter the Site I.D.. Key
in the desired Site I.D. and press [Enter]. Up to 32 characters long.
b) To display the Site I.D., type /J and press [Enter].
c) Note that the Site I.D. will be cleared when the CPM is initialized.
This completes the introductory overview of the CPM unit. After you have determined that the
unit is operating properly, configure the CPM as described in Section 4.
CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Getting Started
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