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^B14 Define Callback Parameters
Defines the parameters that are used when a callback is initiated. These parameters include the
Callback Number, Alarm Number, and other options. Callback Parameters can either be
defined by a menu driven routine, or entered in a single ^B14 command line.
^B14 Menu Driven Parameter Entry:
Type ^B14 [Enter], the following prompts will be displayed:
CALLBACK#? (Up to 64 characters) The number dialed for an 80% Full Callback,
Scheduled Callback, or Immediate Callback.
ALARM#? (Up to 64 characters) The number dialed for a No-Data Alarm, Toll Fraud
Alarm, or Pager Test.
PAGER ID#1? (Up to 15 characters) The first Pager I.D. number used when a Toll Fraud
Alarm or No-Data Alarm is generated and Pager Notification is enabled. In order to use
either pager notification mode, PAGER ID#1 must be defined.
PAGER ID#2? (Up to 15 characters) The second (optional) Pager I.D. number used when a
Toll Fraud Alarm or No-Data Alarm is generated and Pager Notification is enabled. If
alarm messages will only be sent to one pager (PAGER ID#1), this item does not need to be
defined.
PAGER ID#3? (Up to 15 characters) The third (optional) Pager I.D. number used when a
Toll Fraud Alarm or No-Data Alarm is generated and Pager Notification is enabled. If
alarm messages will only be sent to one or two pagers (PAGER ID#1 or PAGER ID#2), this
item does not need to be defined.
MSG? (Up to 64 characters) The identification or alarm message sent when a Callback is
initiated.
REDIALS? (Zero to 255, default = 4) The number of times the unit will redial the Callback
or Alarm Number when there is no answer, or the line is busy. Approximately 10 seconds
will elapse between redials.
RESTARTS? (Zero to 255, default = 3) (Binary Block Mode and Pager Alarm Only) The
number of times the unit will re-start the Callback routine if the defined number of Redials
is performed and there is no answer, or if Data Release Mode is interrupted by loss of
carrier.
REXMITS? (Zero to 255, Default = 5) (Binary Block Mode only) The number of times
PollCat III will attempt to re-send a data block if there is a transmission error.
TIMEOUT? (One to 255 seconds, Default = 3 seconds) (Binary Block Mode only) The
maximum length of time PollCat III will wait if no response to a binary block is received
before a REXMIT.
Notes:
To skip a prompt without changing its definition, press [Enter] without entering
new parameters.
To clear a parameter and return to the default setting, press [Space] then [Enter].
To exit the ^B14 prompt routine, press [Esc].
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PollCat III - Pollable Call Accounting Terminal, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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