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2. Set Computer Port Communication Parameters: Invoke Command ^B91 using the
following format.
^B91,baudrate,parity,databits,stopbits [Enter]
Where:
baudrate Can be 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400. Only the
first two characters must be specified. If an asterisk (*) is entered, the
baud rate specified by Set-Up Switches 1 through 3 is used.
parity Can be None (N), Odd (O), or Even (E)
databits Canbe7or8.
stopbits Canbe1or2.
3. Set Communication Parameters for PBX Ports A and B: Use Command ^B92 for PBX
Port A, and Command ^B93 for PBX Port B. Commands ^B92 and ^B93 use the format
described below. Although the example shows Command ^B92, this same format also
applies to Command ^B93.
^B92,baudrate,parity,databits,stopbits [Enter]
Where:
baudrate Can be 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400. Only the
first two characters must be specified. If an asterisk (*) is entered, the
baud rate specified by Set-Up Switches 4 and 5 is used.
parity Can be None (N), Odd (O), or Even (E)
databits Canbe7or8.
stopbits Canbe1or2.
4. Enable/Disable XON/XOFF Function: The XON/XOFF function can control the flow of
data from the PBX. For PBX switches that require data flow control, PollCat III can send
an XOFF when memory is 98% full, and an XON when more data can be accepted.
a) To enable XON/XOFF, type ^B57,1 [Enter].
b) To disable XON/XOFF (Default), type ^B57,2 [Enter].
CAUTION: Some PBX switches may lockup when the XON/XOFF function is
used. Other types of PBX's will not respond to XON/XOFF commands. Please
consult your PBX user's guide before attempting to use the XON/XOFF
function.
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PollCat III - Pollable Call Accounting Terminal, User's Guide Program Set-Up
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