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8.4. Command Set
Wake Up (Access Command Mode) (/^E)
Waking a port will provide access to the CPM command mode, allowing the user to enter
commands to connect ports, display status and etc.. When the Command Mode is inactive, the
CPM will not respond to any commands except the /^E command.
Command Availability: All (Administrator) / Basic (User)
Command Format: /^E [Enter]
CPM Response: The CPM will respond as follows:
Any-to-Any Mode: The "CPM>" prompt will appear.
Modem Mode: The CPM will display the "ENTER PASSWORD" prompt. When the correct
password is entered, the "CPM>" prompt will appear. After three unsuccessful attempts to
enter the password, the port will be put back to sleep.
Sleep (Exit Command Mode) (/X)
Puts the Port to sleep and exits the CPM Command Mode. While a port is sleeping, the unit
will not recognize any CPM commands except the /^E (Wake Up) command. Note that exiting
from the Command Mode will not terminate user-specified port connections. The /X Command
functions as follows:
·Any-to-Any mode: Exits the CPM Command Mode. When the Command Mode is
inactive, the port will not respond to any command except the Wake-up command (/^E).
·Modem mode: Disconnects and resets the modem. The hang-up message is sent, the
hardware line to modem drops for 250ms and the reset message is sent.
Command Availability: All (Administrator) / Basic (User)
Command Format: /X [Enter]
CPM Response: (Terse and Verbose) PORT ASLEEP
Help (/H)
Displays a Help Screen, which lists all CPM commands along with a brief description of each
command.
Command Availability: All (Administrator) / Basic (User)
Command Format: /H [Enter]
CPM Response: Displays Help Screen
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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