Command Reference Guide
/K Send SSH Key
Instructs the RSM-8R4 to provide you with a public SSH key for validation purposes.
This public key can then be provided to your SSH client, in order to prevent the SSH
client from warning you that the user is not recognized when you attempt to create an
SSH connection. For more information, please refer to Section 10.2.
Format: /K k [Enter]
Where k is a required argument, which indicates the key type. The k argument
provides the following options: 1 (SSH1), 2 (SSH2 RSA), 3 (SSH2 DSA.)
/UL Unlock Port (Invalid Access Lockout)
Manually cancels the RSM-8R4’s Invalid Access Lockout feature. Normally, when a
series of failed login attempts are detected, the Invalid Access Lockout feature can shut
down the effected port for a user specified time period in order to prevent further access
attempts. When the /UL command is invoked, the RSM-8R4 will immediately unlock all
ports that are currently in the locked state.
Format: /UL [Enter]
Response: The RSM-8R4 will unlock all RSM-8R4 ports, including the Network Port.
17.3.3. Configuration Commands
/F Set System Parameters
Displays a menu which is used to define the Site ID message, create user accounts,
set the system clock, and configure and enable the Invalid Access Lockout feature. All
functions provided by the /F command are also available via the Web Browser Interface.
For more information, please refer to Section 5.3.
Format: /F [Enter]
/P Set Serial Port Parameters
Displays a menu that is used to select options and parameters for the RSM-8R4's
serial ports and internal modem port. All functions provided by the /P command are
also available via the Web Browser Interface. Section 5.8 describes the procedure for
defining serial port parameters.
Format: /P <n> [Enter]
Where <n> is the number or name of the desired serial port.