•6. Mode: Defines the operation mode for this port. For Ports 1 and 2, the user can
select either "Any-to-Any" mode or Modem Mode. For Ports 3 and above, only the
Any-to-Any mode can be selected.
When the Modem Mode is selected for Ports 1 or 2, the CPM will display an additional
menu that is used to select the following parameters:
1. Password: Defines a Password to restrict modem access to the Command Mode.
To disable the password requirement, press [Enter] without keying in a password.
The Password is case sensitive, and can be up to 32 characters long.
2. Reset Message: When necessary, this option can be used to re-define the
modem reset message. The default Reset Message is ATQ0&C1&D0S0=1. This
reset message is compatible with most modems.
3. Hang-Up Message: When necessary, this option can be used to re-define the
modem hang-up message. The default Hang-Up Message is ~~~+++~~~ATH0.
This Hang-Up Message is compatible with most modems.
•7. Commands: Determines which commands will be available to this port. The port
can be configured to recognize only Basic commands (user), or All commands
(administrator). When the CPM is configured, at least one port (typically Port 1)
should be granted access to All CPM commands.
CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Configuration
PORT PARAMETERS #02
1. PORT NAME:
2. BAUD RATE: 9600
3. BITS/PARITY: 8-None
4. STOP BITS: 1
5. HANDSHAKE: DTR
6. MODE: Any-to-Any
7. COMMANDS: All
8. LOGOFF CHAR: +
10. TIMEOUT: 5 Sec
11. MESSAGE TYPE: Verbose
12. ECHO: On
Enter: "<" previous port,
">" next port,
"##" change parameter
<ESC> exit ...
Figure 5.1: Port Configuration Menu (Port 2 Shown)