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9-5
Operation
9.2.2. Switching and Reboot Commands - Text Interface
These commands can be used to switch or reboot the RSM-8R4’s switched plugs, and
can also be used to set plugs to the user-defined Power-Up Default values. Plugs may
be specified by name or number.
Notes:
If a switching or reboot command is directed to a plug that is already being
switched or rebooted by a previous command, then the new command will
be placed in a queue until the plug is ready to receive additional commands.
If an asterisk appears in the "Status" column for any given plug, this indicates
that the plug is currently busy, processing a previously issued command.
When the Port and Plug Status Screen is displayed by an account that
permits Administrator or SuperUser level commands, all serial ports and
switched outlets will be displayed.
When the Port and Plug Status Screen is displayed by an account that
permits ViewOnly or User command access, the screen will only include the
serial ports and switched outlets that are specifically allowed by the account.
When you have accessed command mode using an account that permits
Administrator or SuperUser level commands, switching and reboot
commands can be applied to all plugs.
When you have accessed command mode using an account that permits
only User level commands, switching and reboot commands can only be
applied to the plugs that are specifically allowed by that account.
If command confirmation is enabled, the RSM-8R4 will display the Status
Screen after commands are successfully completed.
When switching and reboot operations are initiated, Boot/Sequence Delay
times will be applied as described in Section 5.7.
Text Interface commands are not case sensitive. When used in On/Off/
Reboot command lines, plug names and plug group names are also not
case sensitive.
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