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5.7. Manual Operation
In addition to the command driven functions, the TPS's two switched plugs can also be toggled On and
Off manually. To manually toggle a plug On or Off, press the appropriate Manual Control Button, and
hold it down for approximately one second; the corresponding plug will be toggled On or Off. Note that
if desired, the Manual Control Buttons can also be disabled via the General Parameters menu as described
in Section 4.4.
5.8. Operating Tips
When connecting to the TPS via network, modem or console port, the following factors should be kept in
mind:
1. One Connection at a Time: Only one port can access the command mode at a time. When a
command port is busy, the TPS will react as follows:
a) Network Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Modem Port, the TPS will
send a busy message. If a second user attempts to connect via the Console Port, the port will
not wake.
b) Modem Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Network Port, the connection
will be refused. If a second user attempts to connect via the Console Port, the port will not
wake.
c) Console Port Busy: If a second user attempts to connect via the Network Port, the connection
will be refused. If a second user attempts to connect via the Modem Port, the Console Port will
disconnect and the Modem Port will be granted access; the Modem Port has priority over the
Console Port.
2. Ping Packet Size: The TPS will not accept Ping Packets larger than approximately 1000 bytes.
If you have any questions regarding configuration or operation of the TPS, please contact WTI Technical
Support as described in Appendix C.
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TPS Series Telnet Power Switches; User's Guide Operation
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