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Warnings and Cautions
1. Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.1. Front Panel
2.2. Back Panel
3. Getting Started
3.1. Applying Power to the Unit
3.2. Connecting a PC to the Console Port
3.3. Communicating with the SRM-100
4. Hardware Installation
4.1. Rack Mounting Installation
4.2. Connecting Power to the SRM-100
4.2.1. AC Powered Units
4.2.2. DC Powered Units
4.3. SetUp Switches
4.3.1. Default Modem Baud Rate
4.3.2. Default Flow Control Format
4.3.3. Default Bits and Parity
4.3.4. Default Rings to Answer
4.3.5. Default ARQ - Compression Status
4.3.6. Default Modem Speaker Status
4.3.7. Default Security Mode Status
4.4. Initialize Unit to Default Settings
4.5. Cable Connection
4.5.1. Modem Port
4.5.2. Console Port
4.5.3. Telco Line
5. Set-Up and Configuration
5.1. Command Mode Access
5.1.1. Access Via the Console Port
5.1.2. Access via Modem
5.2. The General Parameters Menu
5.3. The Modem Parameters Menu
5.4. Save Parameters
6. The Password Directory
6.1. Add Name
6.2. Edit
6.3. Edit
6.4. Viewing the Password Directory
6.5. Zero Activity Counters
6.6. Save Parameters
7. Operation
7.1. SRM Operating Modes
7.1.1. User Mode
7.1.2. Command Mode
7.1.3. Unsecured Mode
7.2. Password Functions
7.2.1. The System Password
7.2.2. The Console Port Password
7.2.3. User Passwords
7.2.4. Dial Back Numbers
7.2.5. Password on Dial Back
7.3. Suppressing the Confirmation Prompt
7.4. Dialing Out from the Modem Port
7.5. Viewing the Audit Log
7.6. The Utilities Menu
7.6.1. Zero All Activity Counters
7.6.2. Delete Audit Log
7.6.3. Delete Entire Password Directory
7.6.4. Default Parameters
7.6.5. Send Test Message
7.6.6. Upload Parameters
7.6.7. Download Parameters
7.6.8. Pass-Through Mode
8. Saving and Restoring Parameters and Password Directory
8.1. Sending Parameters to a File
8.2. Restoring Saved Parameters
A. Interface Descriptions
A.2. Modem Port
B. Specifications
C. Customer Service
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