8. Logoff Char.: Defines the Logoff Character for this port. The Logoff Character
determines the disconnect sequence that must be issued at this port in order to
disconnect from a second port (Resident Disconnect). When defining the Logoff
Character, note the following:
The default Logoff Character is "+". As a result, the default Resident Disconnect
Sequence is [Enter]+++[Enter].
The Resident Disconnect Sequence uses the format [Enter]###[Enter], where #is
the currently defined Logoff Character.
The Logoff Character should only be re-defined when the default Resident
Disconnect Sequence is not compatible with your application.
The disconnect sequence is not used when performing a Third Party Disconnect.
The /D command is used to initiate a Third Party Disconnect.
9. Disconnect: Enables or disables the Resident Disconnect Sequence and/or Timeout
Disconnect for this port.
10. Timeout: Selects the Timeout Period for this port. When the Timeout Disconnect
is enabled, and the port does not receive or transmit data for the specified Timeout
Period, the port will disconnect from the associated port.
11. Message Type: Defines the type of response messages that will be sent when the
CPM responds to commands. The user can select Verbose Messages (English Text
Response), Terse Messages (Numeric / Abbreviation), or Quiet Mode (No Response).
12. Echo: Enables or Disables the command echo.
3. (Optional) After all ports have been configured, save the user-selected configurations
parameters to an ASCII file as described in Section 7.
CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Configuration
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