file contains the following dial parameters:
[Dial]CacheRefresh - Enables or
disables automatic cache refresh on connection to a remote I/O
[Dial]CallerIDTimeout - The maximum
time the I/O Server will wait for a valid caller ID during dial
[Dial]ConnectionRetries - For PSTN
connected devices - the number of times the I/O Server will try to
dial a dial-up I/O device before declaring that it is OFFLINE. For
non-PSTN connected Devices - the number of times the I/O Server
will try to bring a device online before declaring that it is
[Dial]Debug - Enables/disables scheduled I/O
[Dial]DebugLevel - Specifies the level of
dial debug traces.
[Dial]DefaultCallerID - Specifies
the caller id to use when taking dial in calls where
[Dial]CallerIDTimeout has expired.
[Dial]MaxConnectionTime - The
maximum time a dial-up I/O device will stay connected (not
including persistent connections).
[Dial]MaxQueueTime - The maximum time a
dial-up I/O device will remain in the dial queue.
- The maximum number of seconds to wait following a disconnect
request to allow the dial system time to finish servicing
[Dial]ModemRetryDelay - The minimum
time to wait (in seconds) between disconnecting from a modem and
attempting to use the modem again.
[Dial]PersistCache - Prevents the cache
for remote IO devices being persisted to disk after disconnection
and at shutdown.
[Dial]ReadThroughCache - Determines
whether the I/O server will read through the data cache while it is
connected to a remote I/O device.
[Dial]RingCount - The number of rings the
I/O Server will wait before it answers a call from a dialling I/O
[Dial]WatchTime - The period at which the
I/O Server checks for I/O devices to contact and checks for
incoming calls from dialling I/O devices.