TASCAM SS-R250N 81
11 – Network Functions
Overview of file operations using an FTP client application
1. Reading files from the unit
Except for the file that is currently being recorded, reading
files from the unit is always possible.
2. Adding new files to the unit
Adding new files to the unit is always possible.
If BWF, WAV or MP3 files are added to the current folder
during recording, files will be shown in the list in order from
existing files to recorded files and then added files.
3. Overwriting existing files on the unit
The current file can only be overwritten when the unit is
Overwriting all other existing files on the unit is always
possible. However, if the PLAY MODE item on the PLAY MODE
screen is set to ALL and the unit is playing, overwriting the
file after the current file might not be possible depending
on the timing.(see “Setting the play mode” on page 31)
i Problems might occur if the size, number of channels, bit
depth or sampling frequency of the overwritten file differs
from the original file.
An error message might appear if playback is attempted
when a problem has occurred.
Delete that file from the USB flash drive or SD card to resolve
the problem and stop the error message from appearing.
i Do not overwrite existing audio files with files that use differ-
ent sampling frequencies. Doing so could make it impossible
to resolve the problem
4. Deleting files on the unit
The current file can only be deleted when the unit is
Files other than the current file can be deleted at any time.
Since discrepancies between system and audio files will
occur after deleting a file, system files will be automatically
updated (after stopping if playing back or recording).
A WRITING SYSTEM FILE pop-up message will appear at
Playback and recording are disabled while the WRITING SYS-
TEM FILE message appears.
Be aware of the timing when deleting folders and files from
an FTP client.
5. Adding new folders to the unit
Adding new folders to the unit is always possible.
6. Deleting folders on the unit
The current folder can only be deleted when the unit is
Folders other than the current folder can be deleted at any
7. Change the names of files and folders on the unit
The names of files and folders on the unit cannot be
Remote control of this unit by Ethernet using Telnet through
port 23 is possible.
Required settings for Telnet connection
The following settings are necessary to connect to this unit by
IP address: The IP address of the unit is shown in the IP AD-
DRESS item on the NETWORK 1 page.
Port number: 23
Password: SS-R250N (default) (Case-sensitive) This can be
changed on the PASSWORD screen.(see “Network
function settings” on page 78)
Connecting to this unit by Telnet
1. After connecting to this unit by Telnet with the above IP
address and port number, press the computer Enter key.
2. “Enter Password” will appear on the Telnet console. Input
the above password and press the Enter key.
3. When login succeeds, “Login Successful” will appear on the
Input “exit” and press the Enter key to end the Telnet con-
i Three Telnet connections are possible at the same time.
i Telnet connection is not possible when 232C/PARA/NETWORK is
set to LOCK on the LOCK SETUP screen. If the setting is changed
to LOCK when there is a Telnet connection, the connection will
be interrupted.(see “Setting the lock function” on page 29)
i If a NETWORK 1 or NETWORK 2 page setting is changed when
there is an Telnet connection, the connection will be interrupt-
i For information about this unit's Telnet command protocol,
please contact the TASCAM customer support service.