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Warnings and Cautions
Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.1 Front Panel
2.3 Front Panel Button Functions
3. Getting Started
3.1. Quick Hardware Installation
3.1.1. Apply Power to the RSM
3.1.2. Connect your Control Device to the RSM
3.2 Communicating with the RSM
4. Hardware Installation
4.1. Connecting Power to the RSM Unit
4.1.1. AC Powered Units
4.1.2. DC Powered Units
4.2. Connecting the Network Cable
4.3. Connecting Devices to the RSM
5. Basic Confiuration
5.1. Communication with the RSM Unit
5.1.1. The Text Interface
5.1.3. Access Via PDA
5.2. Configuration Menus
5.3. Defining System Parameters
5.4. User accounts
5.4.1. Command Access Levels
5.4.2. Granting Serial Port Access
5.5. Managing User acconts
5.5.1. Viewing User Accounts
5.5.2. Adding User Accounts
5.5.3. Modifying User Accounts
5.5.4. Deleting User Accounts
5.6. Serial Port Configuration
5.6.1. Serial Port Modes
5.6.2. The Serial Port Configuration Menu
5.7. Network Configuration
5.7.1. Network Port Parameters
5.7.2. Network Parameters
5.7.2.1. Modem Pooling
5.7.3. IP Security
5.7.3.1. Adding IP Addresses to the Allow and Deny Lists
5.7.3.2. Linux Operators and Wild Cards
5.7.3.3. IP Security Examples
5.7.4. Static Route
5.7.5. Domain Name Server
5.7.6. SNMP Access Parameters
5.7.8. LDAP Parameters
5.7.8.1. Adding LDAP Groups
5.7.8.2 Viewing LDAP Groups
5.7.8.4. Deleting LDAP Groups
5.7.9. TACACS Parameters
5.7.10. RADIUS Parameters
5.7.10.1. Dictionary Support for RADIUS
5.7.11. Email Message Parameters
5.8. Save User Selected Parameters
5.8.1. Restore Configuration
6. Alarm Configuration
6.1. The over Temperature Alarms
6.2. The Lost Communication Alarm
6.3. The Ping no Answer Alarm
6.3.1. Defining Ping No Answer IP Addresses
6.3.2. Configuring the Ping No Answer Alarm
6.4. The Invalid Access Lockout Alarm
6.5. The Power Cycle Alarm
6.6. Buffer Threshold Alarm
7. The Status Screen
7.1. Product Status
7.2. The Port Status Screen
7.3. The Port Diagnostics Screen
7.4. The Network Status Screen
7.5. The Port Parameters Screen
7.6. The Event Logs
7.6.1. The Audit Log
7.6.2. The Alarm Log
7.6.3. The Temperature Log
8. Operation
8.1 Any-to-Any
8.1.1. Port Connection and Disconnection
8.1.1.2. Disconnecting Ports
8.1.2. Defining Hunt Groups
8.2 Passive Mode
8.3 Buffer Mode
8.3.1. Reading Data from Buffer Mode Ports
8.3.2. Port Buffers
8.4 Modem Mode
8.5 Manual Operation
8.6 Logging out of Command Mode
9. Telnet and SSH Functions
9.1 Network Port Numbers
9.2 SSH Encryption
9.3 The Direct Connect Feature
9.3.1. Standard Telnet Protocol SSH and Raw Socket
9.3.2. Configuration
9.3.3. Connecting to an RS232 Port using Direct Connect
9.3.4. Terminating a Direct Connect Session
9.4. Creating an Outbound Telnet Connection
9.5. Creating an Outbound SSH Connection
10. Syslog Messages
10.1. Configuration
10.2 Testing Syslog Configuration
11. SNMP Traps
11.1 Configuration
11.2 Testing the SNMP Trap Function
12. Operation via SNMP
12.1 RSM SNMP Agent
12.2 SNMPv3 Authentication and Encryption
12.3 Configuration via SNMP
12.3.1. Viewing Users
12.3.2. Adding Users
12.3.3. Modifying Users
12.3.4. Deleting Users
12.4 Configuration Serial Ports
12.5 Viewing Unit Status vis SNMP
12.6. Sending Traps vis SNMP
13. Setting up an SSL Encryption
13.1 Creating a Self Signed Certificate
13.2 Creating a Signed Certificate
13.3 Downloading the Server Private key
14. Saving and Restoring Configuration Parameters
14.1 Sending Parameters to File
14.2 Restoring Saved Parameters
14.3. Restoring Previously Saved Parameters
15. Upgrading RSM Firmware
16. Command Reference Guide
16.1 Command Conventions
16.2. Command Summary
16.3 Command Set
16.3.1. Display Commands
16.3.2. Control Commands
16.3.3. Configuration Commands
Appendix A. RS232 Port Interface
Appendix B. Specification
Appendix C. Customer Service
Index