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Third Party Disconnect (/D)
When two ports are connected, the /D command can be invoked at a third port with "All"
command capabilities. Note that the /D command cannot be used to disconnect your resident
port. To disconnect your resident port, issue the Logoff Sequence (Default =
[Enter]+++[Enter]) or wait for the Timeout Period to elapse (if enabled).
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /D[/Y] <n> [n] [n] [Enter]
Where:
/Y (Optional) suppresses the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt.
nIs the number or name of the port(s) to be disconnected.
To disconnect all ports, enter an asterisk.
CPM Response:
Verbose: SURE? (Y/N), if Y is entered, the CPM will respond with "PORT DISCONNECT".
Terse: 5, if Y is entered, the CPM will respond with 3.
Examples:
To disconnect Port 2 from Port 3, invoke either of the following commands from a third port
with "All" Command Capability:
/D 2 [Enter] or /D 3 [Enter]
To disconnect Port 2 from Port 3 without the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt, access the CPM
Command Mode from a third port with "All" command capability and type one of the following
commands:
/D/Y 2 [Enter] or /D/Y 3 [Enter]
To disconnect a group of ports with similar names (e.g. PC1, PC2, PC3), access the CPM
Command Mode from another port with "All" command capability and type the following:
/D PC [Enter]
To disconnect all ports, access the CPM Command Mode from a port with "All" command
capability and type the following:
/D * [Enter]
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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