This appendix provides information regarding remote control protocol. The following
topics are discussed:
Use the following steps to communicate with the DCS-200 via Telnet:
Refer to the
DCS-200 • User's Guide
Communicating with DCS-200
DCS-200 Command List
Connect the DCS-200's Ethernet port to an Ethernet switch, and connect the
switch to your PC or laptop.
Ensure that all Ethernet parameters are properly set up. In Chapter 4, refer to the
"Ethernet" section on page 74 for details.
For Telnet communications, use the DCS-200's IP address and port 23. On a
Microsoft Windows PC, open a command prompt window and enter the following:
> telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
After you "Telnet" into the DCS-200, you are presented with the login prompt:
Welcome to DCS-200.
Login as "user".
Press <ENTER> for password.
Type "user" and press ENTER to login.
When prompted for a password, press ENTER.
Once you have successfully logged in, the following message appears, along with
the command prompt (>):
ShellApp waiting for input
You can now issue commands. Operationally, the telnet window functions in a
manner similar to a serial communications session. As required, type "help" to
see a list of supported commands.
Commands" section on page 134 for a complete list of commands.