Terminal Server Setup

Each port on the terminal server to which SEA is connected must be configured for TCP/IP communications. Use the following steps to configure your terminal server:

  1. Log into your terminal server, and set privileged mode by issuing the following command. Enter the privileged password when prompted (typically "system"):

> set priv


  1. Enter the following command so that the permanent database and the operational database will be updated when a define command is issued:

>> set server change enabled

  1. For each port to which a marquee is attached, enter the following set of commands where:

<port> is the actual port number to which the marquee is attached. Note that it is possible to specify a range of port numbers instead of a single port (for example, 1-10 signifies ports 1 through 10).

<ip_port> is the telnet port number.

<parity> is odd, even, or none.

<stop bits> is the number of stop bits.

<speed> is the baud rate of the marquee.

>> define port <port> access remote

>> define port <port> telnet remote <ip_port>

>> define port <port> telnet transmit immediate

>> define port <port> parity <parity>

>> define port <port> character size 8

>> define port <port> stop bits <stop bits>

>> define port <port> autobaud disabled

>> define port <port> speed <speed>

>> define port <port> line editor disabled

>> define port <port> telnet csi escape enabled

>> define port <port> telnet binary session mode passall

>> define port <port> loss notification disabled

>> define port <port> autoprompt disabled

>> define port <port> verification disabled

>> define port <port> outboundsecurity disabled

>> define port <port> broadcast disabled

>> define port <port> default session mode transparent

>> define port <port> internet tcp keepalive 2

More information

SEA port configuration.