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Enter Site ID (/F)
When your application involves communication with several CPM units, the Site I.D. can be
used to indicate the location or name of each unit. The Site I.D. message can be up to 32
characters long, and cannot include non-printable ASCII codes such as NULS and Line Feeds.
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /F [Enter]
CPM Response: (Verbose and Terse) ENTER SITE ID.
Read Site ID (/J)
Displays the user-defined Site I.D. message.
Command Availability: All (Administrator) / Basic (User)
Command Format: /J [Enter]
CPM Response: Displays Site I.D. Message
Set Port Parameters (/P)
Displays a menu which allows the user to select options and parameters for an individual port.
Note: When the unit is initialized (using the /I command or the SET and CLEAR
buttons), parameters selected via the /P command will revert to the defaults
specified by the Setup Switch configuration.
Please refer to Section 5.3 for a detailed description of the procedure for defining Port
Parameters.
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /P <n> [Enter]
Where nis the number or name of the port to be configured.
CPM Response: The Port Parameters Menu will be displayed.
Read Port Parameters (/U)
Sends configuration parameters to an ASCII text file as described in Section 7. When the /U
command is invoked, the system will send a series of command lines describing current port
configuration.
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /U [Enter]
CPM Response: The CPM will send a series of command lines.
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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