10BASE-T Stackable Hubs
♦ 8 data bits
♦ No parity
♦ One stop bit
You can also access the same functions over a Telnet interface. Once you
have set an IP address for your hub, you can use a Telnet program (in a VT-
100 compatible terminal mode) to access and control the hub. All of the
screens are for the most part identical, whether accessed from the console
port or from a Telnet interface.
Console Usage Conventions
The console interface makes use of the following conventions:
Items after a colon":" are read-only values, displayed for
information purposes. The cursor cannot be moved to these items.
Items in <angle brackets> can be toggled on or off using the space
Items in [square brackets] can be changed by typing in a new value.
You can use the backspace and delete keys to erase characters behind
and in front of the cursor.
The up and down arrow keys, the left and right arrow keys, and the
tab key, can be used to move between selected items. The currently
selected item will be shown in reverse video.
Items in UPPERCASE are commands. Moving the selection to a
command and pressing Enter will execute that command.
Using the Console Interface