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8.2. Command Response
When commands are sent to the CPM, the unit can respond with either verbose (English Text)
or terse messages (numeric / abbreviated). The default message type for all CPM ports can be
set to either terse or verbose by configuring Setup Switch Five.
After the default response message type has been selected via Setup Switch Five, the Port
Configuration (/P) command can be used to specify an individual response message format for
each port. In addition to the Terse and Verbose response modes, the /P command can also
select the Quiet Mode. When the Quiet Mode is selected for a CPM port, that port will not
send messages in response to commands.
The table below summarizes the various response messages for both the Terse and Verbose
modes.
Terse Verbose
0OK
1 PORT CONNECT
2 BUSY
3 PORT DISCONNECT
4 INVALID COMMAND
5 SURE ? (Y/N)
6 INVALID PARAMETER
7 INVALID SYNTAX
8 INVALID ACCESS
9 INVALID PORT TYPE
A COMMAND ABORTED
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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