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Unit Description
2.1 front Panel
2.2 Back Panel
Back Panel
2.4 Front Panel
2.5 Back Panel
RSM 8R8 series
2.7 RSM 8R8 DE
RSM 8R8 Series
front Panel Button Functions
3. Getting Started
3.1 Apply Power
3.2 Connect with your PC
3.3 Communicating with the TSM
3.4 Connecting Ports and switching outlets
4. Hardware Installation
4.1 Connecting power supplies
4.2 Connecting the Network Cable
4.4 connection to switched Outlets
4.5 Connecting Devices
5. Basic Configuration
5.1 communicating with TSM
5.2 Configuration Menus
5.4 Defining System Parameters
5.4 User Accounts
5.5 Managing User Accounts
5.6 The Plug User directory
5.7 Defing System Parameters
5.8 Serial Port Configuration
5.9 Network Configuration
5.10 Save User selected Parameters
6. Reboot Options
6.1 Ping No Answer Reboot
6.2 scheduled reboot
7 Alarm Configuration
7.1 The over current alarms
7.2 The Over temperature Alarms
7.3 the lost communication alarm
7.4 the ping no answer alarm
7.5 serial port invalid access lockout alarm
7.6 the power cycle alarm
7.6 the buffer threshold alarm
7.8 the plug current alarm
7.9 the no dialtone alarm
7.10 the lost voltage alarm
8 the status screens
8.1 the product status
8.2 the network status screen
8.3 the port status screen
8.4 the port and plug status screen
8.5 the plug group status screen
8.6 the current metering status screen
8.7 the current history screen
8.8 the power range status screen
8.9 the power history screen
8.10 the port diagnostics screen
8.11 the alias status screen
8.12 the port parameters screen
8.13 the event logs
9. operation
9.1 Connecting and disconnecting serial ports
9.2 controlling power
9.3 controlling power
9.4 the telnet connection function
9.5 manual operation
9.6 logging out of command mode
10 telnet functions
10. 1 telnet port funtions
10.2 telnet SSH Encryption
10.3 the telnet correction feature
10.3 the direct connection feature
10.4 alias feature
10.5 creating an outbound telnet connection
10.6 creating an outbound SSH connection
11. Syslog Messages
11.1 configuration
12. SNMP Traps
12.1 Configuration
13. Operation via SNMP
13.1 snmp authentication and encryption
13. 2 SNMP Encryption
13.3 Configuration SNMP
13.4 plug control via SNMP
13.5 configuring serial ports
13.6 unit status
13.7 sending traps
14. setting up SSL Encryption
14.1 Creating a self signed certificate
14.2 creating a signed certificate
14.3 downloading the server private key
15. saving and restoring configuration parameters
15.1 sending parameters to a file
15.2 restoring downloaded parameters
15.3 restorinf recently saved parameters
16. Upgrading TSM Firmware
16.1 Firmware upgrade utility
16.2 the upgrade firmware utility
17 command refernce guide
17.1 Command conventions
17.2 command survey
17.3 Command set
Appendix A Specifactions
A.1 Standard TSM series
A.2 RSM 8R8
Appendix B. Serial interface description
B.1 Serial Port
B.2 TSM and RSM
B.3 RSM Series
Appendix C. connecting Devices
C.1 Straight RJ45 cable
C.2 Connecting DB9M
C.3 Connecting the DB25F
C.4 Connecting DCE devices
C.5 Connecting RJ45
C.6 DX9F
Appendix D Customer Service