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Warnings and Cautions
1. Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.1. Front Panel Indicators
3. Quick Start Guide
3.1. Hardware Installation
3.1.1. Apply Power to the VIP
3.1.2. Connect your PC to the VIP
3.2. Communicating with the VIP
3.2.1. Access via Console Port or Modem
3.2.1. Access via Console Port or Modem
3.3. Connect your PBX to the VIP
4. Hardware Installation
4.1. Connect the VIP to Power Supply
4.1.1. AC Powered Units
4.1.2. DC Powered Units
4.2. Set-Up Switches
4.2.1. Default Baud Rate for Console Port
4.2.2. Default Baud Rate for PBX Port A PBX Port B
4.2.3. Dialback Security Mode
4.2.4. Console Port Password
4.2.5. Power Up Default
4.3. Reset to Defaults
4.4. Connecting Cables and Phone Line
4.4.1. PBX Inputs A and B and AUX Port
4.4.2. Modem Port
4.4.4. Network Port
5. Configuration
5.1. Access to the Command Mode
5.2. Menu System Conventions
5.2.1. Script Access to Menu Functions
5.3. Set System Parameters
5.4. Port Configuration
5.4.1. PBX Port A and PBX Port B
5.4.2. Auxiliary Port Configuration
5.4.3. Console Port Configuration
5.4.4. Modem Port Configuration
5.4.4.1. Dialback Security
5.4.5.1. The Email Text Messaging Parameters Menu
5.4.5.2 The Ping Function
5.4.6. PBX IP Port Configuration
6. Menu System Description
6.1. Firmware Tree
7. Status Screens
7.1. Buffer Status Screen
7.2. File List Screen
7.3. System Status Screen
7.4. Scheduled Action Status Screens
7.6. Data Filters Alarms Status Screen
7.7. Alarm Condition Status Screen
7.8. PBX Inactivity Alarm Status Screens
7.9. 80 Full Alarm Status Screen
7.10. Input Contact Alarm Status Screen
7.11. Reason for Action Screen
7.12. PBX Port Status Screens
7.13. Auxiliary Port Status Screen
7.14. Console Port Status Screen
7.15. Modem Port Status Screen
7.16. Network Port Status Screen
7.17. Network Status Screen
7.18. PBX IP Port Status
7.19. Alarm Filter Clue Status Screens
8. The Data Filters
8.1. The Data Filter Configuration Menus
8.2. Defining the Data Filter Format
8.3. Defining Data Filter Clues
8.4. Logical and Relational Operators
8.4.1. Logical AND-OR Conditions
8.4.1.1. Logical AND Conditions
8.4.1.2. Logical OR Conditions
8.4.2. The Contains String Operator
8.5. Real-Time Variables
8.7. Data Filter Definition Examples
9. The Alarm Filters
9.1. Common Types of Suspect Phone Activity
9.2. The Alarm Configuration Menu
9.2.1. Default Alarm Filter Actions
9.3. The Alarm Filter Configuration Menus
9.4. Defining the Alarm Filter Format
9.5. Defining the Alarm Filter Clues
9.5.1. Alarm Clue Definition
9.5.2. Editing and Deleting Clues
9.6. Logical and Relational Operators
9.6. Logical and Relational Operators
9.6.1. Logical AND-OR Conditions
9.6.1.1. Logical AND Conditions
9.6.1.2. Logical OR Conditions
9.6.2. The Contains String Operator
9.7. Real Time Variables
9.8. Assigning the Alarm Filter to a Port
9.9. Match Parameter Definition Examples
10. PBX Inactivity Alarms
10.1. Schedules and Timers
10.2. Enabling the PBX Inactivity Alarm
11. The 80 Full Alarm
12. The Input Contact Alarms
12.1. The Optional IO Monitor
12.2. Configuring the Input Contact Alarm
13. Alarm Actions
13.1. Alarm Actions for Alarm Filter Clues
13.2. Alarm Action Summary
13.2.1. None
13.2.2. Callout
13.2.3. Alphanumeric Page
13.2.4. Numeric Page
13.2.5. SNMP Trap
13.2.6. Output Contact
13.2.7. Console
13.2.8. Email-Text Message
13.3. The Auto Execute Function
15. Saving VIP Parameters
15.1. Saving Parameters to Flash Memory
15.2. Saving and Restoring Parameters from an ASCII File
15.2.1. Saving Parameters to an ASCII File
15.2.2. Saving Parameters to an ASCII File
15.3. Configuring the VIP with Saved Parameters
16. Buffer Functions
16.1. Memory Partitions and Shared Data
16.1.1. Partitions and Files
16.1.2. Setting the Partition
16.1.3. Releasing the Partition
16.2. Menu Driven Data Release
16.2.1. The Buffer Functions Menu
16.2.2. Read Session Parameters
16.3. Command Driven Data Release
16.3.1. Command B00
16.3.2. The B01 Command Line
16.3.3. Command B01 Examples
16.3.4. Other Commands Used During Data Release
16.4. Retrieving Data Using FTP Push
16.4.1. File Names Created by FTP Push
16.4.2. FTP Push Start Time
16.5. The FTP Server Feature
16.5.1. Configuring the FTP Server Feature
16.5.2. Retrieving Data Using FTP Server
16.5.3. File Names for the FTP Server Function
16.5.4. Commands Supported by FTP Server
16.5.5. Response Messages Generated by the FTP Server Function
16.6. The Auto Delete Function
16.7. Zmodem Data Release Mode
17. Other Menu Functions
17.1. System Functions
17.1.1. Security Level
17.1.2. Pass-Through Mode
17.1.3. Monitor Mode
17.1.4. Clear Alarm Condition
17.1.5. Clear Alarm Counters
17.1.6. Download Parameters
17.1.7. Audit Trail
17.1.8. Upload Firmware
17.2. System Diagnostics
17.2.1. Load and Test Memory
17.2.2. Send Test Message
17.2.3. Test Pager
17.2.4. Send Test SNMP
17.3. Default Parameters
18. TCP Port Options
18.1. Standard Telnet Protocol Raw Socket Mode
18.2. Telnet Pass-Through
18.3. Real Time Mode
18.4. Selective Read
18.5. Multiple Telnet Connections
18.5.1. Conflicts with Other Command Ports
19 . Command Reference Guide
19.1. Command Mode Access
19.2. Command Syntax
19.3. Command Help
19.4. Command Summary
A. Specifications
A.1. NetLink-VIP Specifications
A.1. NetLink-VIP Specifications
A.2. NLJ-VIP
B. Description of System Interfaces
B.1. Input Ports
B.2. Console Port
C. Supervisor Functions and User Functions
C.1. Security Mode at Start Up
C.2. Dialback Security
C.3. Supervisor Mode and User Mode Functions
D. Alarm Clue Definition Tips
D.1. Headers Banners and Other Non-Data
D.1.1. The Comparative Operators
D.1.1.1. Limit Comparisons
D.1.1.2. Exclude Non-Data Characteristics
D.1.2. Exact Match with PBX Call Record Format
D.2. Programming Support
E. Customer Service
Index
16.1.5. Download Parameters