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Timeout: Indicates the status of the no data timeout feature. When the Timeout feature is
disabled, this column will read "OFF". When the Timeout feature is enabled, this column
will list the user-defined Timeout period.
Buff: Lists the amount of data currently stored in the buffer for this port. The CPM will
allocate buffer memory in blocks of 2K characters. If necessary, the /E command can be
issued from a port with "All" command capability to clear data from port buffers.
CTS: Lists the status of the port's input hardware signal. H is (high) active and L is (low)
inactive.
Who (View Port Parameters) (/W)
Displays the current configuration of an individual port, but does not allow the user to change
port parameters.
Note: When this command is issued from a port with Basic (User) command
capabilities, the CPM will not display parameters for any port configured for the
Modem Mode. This prevents the port password from being displayed.
Command Availability: All (Administrator) / Basic (User)
Command Format: /W [n][Enter]
Where "n" is the number or name of the desired port.
CPM Response: Displays port parameters.
Examples:
To display parameters for your resident port, access the CPM Command Mode and type the
following:
/W [Enter]
To display parameters for Port 7, access the CPM Command Mode and type the following:
/W 07 [Enter]
To display parameters for a port named "SALES", access the CPM Command Mode and type
the following:
/W SALES [Enter]
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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