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Warnings and Cautions
1. Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.2. Back Panel
3. Getting Started
3.1. Communication Parameters
3.2. Apply Power to the APS-16
3.3. Connecting your PC to the APS-16
3.4. Communicating with the APS-16 Unit
4. Hardware Installation
4.1. Configure Setup Switches
4.1.1. Default Baud Rate
4.2. Initialize Unit to Default Settings
4.3. Connecting Devices to the APS-16
5. Configuration
5.1. Access to the APS-16 Command Mode
5.2. Defining and Reading the Site I.D.
5.3. Port Configuration
5.3.1. Configuration Conventions
5.3.2. Port Modes
5.3.3. Command Availability
5.3.4. Port Configuration Menu
6. Operation
6.1. Any-to-Any Mode
6.1.1. Port Connection and Disconnection
6.1.1.1. Using ASCII Commands to Connect Ports
6.1.1.2. Disconnecting Ports
6.1.2. Defining Hunt Groups
6.2. Passive Mode
6.3. Buffer Mode
6.3.1. Reading Data from Buffer Mode Ports
6.3.2. Port Buffers
6.4. Modem Mode
7. Saving Configuration Parameters
7.1. Sending Parameters to a File
7.2. Restoring Saved Parameters
8. Command Reference Guide
8.1. Command Conventions
8.2. Command Response
8.3. Command Summary
8.4. Command Set
A. RS-232 Port Interface
B. Specifications
C. Customer Service
Index
APS-16

5.3.1. Configuration Conventions

 

When responding to prompts, invoking commands, and selecting items from the port configuration menu, note the following:

•                      To select an item from the Port Configuration menu, key in the number for the item and press [Enter].

•                      When defining the Port Name, do not use ASCII Control Codes, the slash character (/), quotation marks ("), the asterisk character (*), or blank spaces.

•                      The Port Name cannot begin with a number.

•                      Refer to the instructions in each screen for additional functions available under that screen.

•                      To exit a menu or prompt without changing its current configuration, type ^X ([Ctrl] + [X]).

•                      Passwords and port names are case sensitive. When defining passwords and port names, note the exact text, including the case of each character.