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6-5
Operation
To Switch Circuits On or Off, initiate a boot cycle, or set circuits to Power Up
Default values, proceed as follows:
1. Switch Circuit(s) On: To power-on a circuit, type /ON n and press
[Enter]. Where "n" is the number or name of the desired circuit.
For example:
/ON 1 or /ON ROUTER
2. Switch Circuit(s) Off: To power-off a circuit, type /OFF n and press
[Enter]. Where "n" is the number or name of the desired circuit. Note
that the "/OFF" command can also be entered as "/OF". For example:
/OFF 2 or /OF ROUTER
3. Boot Circuit(s): To initiate a boot cycle, type /BOOT n and press
[Enter]. Where "n" is a the number or name of the desired circuit. Note
that the "/BOOT" command can also be entered as "/BO". For example:
/BOOT 1 or /BO ATMSWTCH
4. Set Circuits to Power Up Defaults: To set each circuit to it's user
defined Power-Up Default On/Off status, type /D and press [Enter].
Circuits will be set to their default On/Off status, which is defined using
the Circuit Parameters Menu as described in Section 5.3.3.
Notes:
When you have accessed command mode using the System
Password, the Default command will be applied to all eight RPC
circuits.
When you ave accessed command mode using a Circuit (User)
Password, the Default command will only be applied to the circuits
permitted by the password.
5. Suppress Command Confirmation Prompt: To execute a switching
command without displaying the "Sure?" prompt, include the ",Y" option
at the end of the command line. For example:
/ON ROUTER,Y or /BOOT 2,Y
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