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4.4.5. No-Data Alarm
The No-Data Alarm allows PollCat III to notify the user when the data flow from the PBX is
interrupted. To enable the No-Data Alarm, you must first define the Callback Parameters, and
then configure the No-Data Alarm as described in Section 5.
4.4.6. Toll Fraud Alarm
The Toll Fraud Alarm enables PollCat III to dial the Alarm Number (ALARM#) when specific
types of user-defined PBX activities are detected. The Toll Fraud Alarm is a function of the
Alarm Filter. To enable the Toll Fraud Alarm, you must first define Callback Parameters, and
then configure the Alarm Filter as described in Section 7.
4.5. Define Header Message/Auto Execute Command/Report
Mode Command String
The Header Message, Auto Execute Command, and Report Mode Command String are all
functions of Command ^B04. Note that only one of these three features can be defined and
enabled at a given time. All three features cannot be active at the same time.
4.5.1. Header Message
If your application involves modem contact with a number of units at different sites, the
Header Message can verify the identity and location of each unit. Information such as the
installation site, PBX type, and etc. can be listed in the Header, and then displayed when you
contact the unit. To define and enable the Header Message, enter Command Mode and proceed
as follows.
1. Invoke Command ^B04 to define the Header Message. Command ^B04 uses the
following format:
^B04,message [Enter]
Where message is the desired Header Message.
Example: To identify a PollCat III unit installed at ACME, Inc. in Irvine, California, the
Header Message could be defined as follows:
^B04,ACME INC., IRVINE, CA [Enter]
2. To send the Header Message to the polling device, type ^B03 [Enter].
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