Multitech | MT56DSU-R | PCN Connectors and Setup(pinouts)

PCN Connectors and Setup(pinouts)
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Terminal and Printer Types for PCN Health Network
Equipment
Emulation
Wyse 60
Wyse 50
Wyse 370
wyse60
wyse50
wyse370
wy60epc
wy50epc
wy370epc
At&t 605
At&t 705
At&t 615
605
705
615
615
615
615
Link wt80
wyse60
1inkdt (no mouse)
wyse60
1inkaw(mouse)
Adds monocrome
Adds color
Adds color
705
705
705
addsdt
addsdt (no mouse)
addsaw (mouse)
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ansi
tunemul
okidata321
epson
epson
epson
epson
epson
epson
477
475
nla
nJa
nla
ok390 (for narrow:carriage)
ok390 (for narrow carriage)
ok390 (for narrow carriage).
ok390 (for narrow carriage)
ok393
ok393
477
475
hpdeskjet
hplaser2
hplaser2p
Linkwt80
PCN Tenninal Type
Link wt6
okidata320
okidata390
okidata391
okidata393
okidata395
at&t477
at&t475
hpdeskjet
hplaserJet
okidata laser
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Digiboard (rs232)
IBM Ran
Connector Configuration
Connector
Device
Cl2
C12
Cl2
Cl2
terminaVprinter
modem or mux
PC
HP printer
ClO
CO9
CIO 9or25 pin
ClO (9pin)
N/A
N/A
N/A
terminaVprinter
modem/mux
PC
IBM
CMC
IBM 9pin
Computer serial ports
ST 9pin
CO99pin
Specialix 108rj45
nla
n/a
Remote mux
ST
ST
ST
modem
terminaVprinter
terminaVprinter
modem/mux
terminaVprinter
PC
HP printer
Connector
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ClO
SRJI2-T
SRJl2-M
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ST 9 or 25 pin
ST 9pin
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C12
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N/A
N/A
terminal/printer
modemlmux
PC
HP printer
CIO
C09
CIO 9 or 25 pin
CIO 9 pin
terminal/printer
modemlmux
PC
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Specialix 108 rj45
N/A
N/A
terminal/printer
modemlmux
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ST 9pin
C09 9pin
modemlmux
terminal/printer
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ClO
Remote Multiplexor
ST
ST
ST
terminal/printer
PC
HP printer
ST
ST 9 pin
.ST 9 pin
Link Wt80
ST
L09 9pin
modem
local printer
ST
L09 25 pin
Wyse60 (aux port)
ST
local printer
ST
Wyse 370 (aux port)
CIO
local printer
C09
AT&T (aux port)
ST
local printer
ST
Digiboard (rs232)
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CMC
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2-red
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4-orange
5-brown
7-yellow
8-blue
20-white
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2-green
3-black
4-orange
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2-green
3-black
4-orange
5-white
6-ties to 20
7-brown
8-red 8-red
20-yellow
CIO
2-black
3-green
4-white
5-orange
6-red
7-brown
C12 (female)
I-blue
2-green
3-black
4-orange
IBM
I-black
2-green
3-red
4-brown
9pinCIO
I-yellow
2-green '.
3-black
4-tied to 6
25pin 9-25
2-black
3-orange
4-brown
5-white
SRJ12-M
2-yellow
3-black
4-red
5-brown
6-yellow
7-green
8-blue
6-N. C.
7-green
8-orange
5-white
7-brown
8-red
5-white
7-brown
8-red
5-orange
7-yellow
8-white
20-yellow
20-yellow
20-blue
8-orange
20-red
20-tie to 4
9pinCO9
R16T
R16M
ST25
STO9
SRJ12- T9pin
I-red
2-black
3-green
2-yellow
3-green
4-white
2-blue
I-red
2-green
3-blue
4-yellow
5-brown
6-white
7-black
8-orange
2-yellow
3-black
4-orange
5-green
6-tie to 8
7-brown
8-red
4-yellow
705-45mux
2-green
3-yellow
4-brown
5-white
6-black
7-red
8-N.C.
20-tie to 6
Emulterm
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9pin9-25
2-black
I-blue
2-orange
3-yellow
4-brown
3-black
4-red
5-red
6-tie to 5
5-green
6-yellow
7-green
8-N.C
7-brown
8-yellow
8-white
20-tie to 6
20-orange
IBM-P
2-green
3-red
4-blue
5-orange
6-white
7-yellow
8-tie to 6
20-brown
5-brown
6-red
7-white
5-brown
6-N.C.
7-orange
8-white
I-orange
2-black
3-green
4-blue
5-white
6-brown
7-yellow
20-red
2-green
3-yellow
4-brown
5-white
5-brown
6-black
6-orange
7-red
7-red
8-blue ties to 20 8-blue
20-black ties to 8 20-orange
3-green
4-black
5-orange
6-white
7-brown
8-red
20-yellow
L99pin
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
4-red
5-green
6-yellow
7-brown
L925pin
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
5-brown
6-red
7-green
8-tie to 5
20-yellow
Ll 09pin
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
4-red
Emulmod
2-green
3-black
4-white
5-blue
6-prt tie 20t06
7-yellow
8-brown
HP-9CMC
2-blue
3-green
4-red
5-brown
SPMTA-T
20-red
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August
6-yellow
8-black
5-green
6-yellow
8-brown
2-yellow
3-green
4-black
5-brown
6-orange
7-red
8-blue
20-white
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I-N.C.
LlO25pin
I-blue
2-black
3-orange
4- red
5-brown
7-green
8-yellow
20-tie to 4
Hp-9IBM
2-green
3-red
4-white
IBM-9pin
I-white
2-red
3-green
4-blue
5-yellow
6-none
7-brown
SPMTA-M
2-green
3-yellow
4-brown
5-white
6-black
7-red
8-blue
8-orange
20-orange
5-yellow
6-blue
8-brown
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August 2 3. 1998
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3-red
4-blue
5-orange
6-white
7-yellow
8-tie to 6
20-brown
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2-green
3-black
4-orange
5-white
6-ties to 20
7-brown
8-red
20-yellow
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2-black
3-green
4-white
5-orange
6-red
7-brown
8-yellow
20-tie to 6
9pin9-25
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
4-red
5-green
6-yellow
7-brown
8-white
SRJ12- T
2-black
3-yellow
4-brown
5-red
6-tie to 5
7-green
8-N.C.
20-orange
I-blue
2-green
3-black
4-orange
5-white
7-brown
8-red
20-yellow
Q.l.(female)
I-blue
2-green
3-black
4-orange
5-white
7-brown
8-red
20-yellow
ffiM
I-black
3-red
4-brown
5-orange
7-yellow
8-white
20-blue
9pinCIO
I-yellow
2-green
3-black
4-tied to 6
5-brown
6-red
7-white
8-orange
25pin 9-25
2-black
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4-brown
5-white
6-yellow
7-green
8-blue
20-red
SRJ12-M
2-yellow
3-black
4-red
5-brown
6-N.e.
7-green
8-orange
20-tie to 4
9pinCO9
I-red
2-black
3-green
4-yellow
5-brown
6-N.e.
7-orange
8-white
R16T
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2-yellow
2-green
3-green
3-yellow
4-white
4-brown
5-brown
5-white
6-orange
6-black
i-red
7-red
8-blue ties to 20 8-blue
20-black ties to 8 20-orange
ST25
2-blue
3-green
4-black
5-orange
6-white
7-brown
8-red
20-yellow
705-45mux
2-green
3-yellow
4-brown
5-white
6-black
7-red
8-N.e.
20-tie to 6
L99pin
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
4-red
5-green
6-yellow
7-brown
L925pin
l-blue
2-orange
3-black
5-brown
6-red
7-green
8-tie to 5
20-yellow
LIO9pin
I-blue
2-orange
3-black
4-red
5-green
6-yellow
8-brown
Emulterm
Emulmod
2-green
3-black
4-white
5-blue
6-prt tie 20t06
7-yellow
8-brown
20-red
HP-9CMC
2-blue
3-green
4-red
5-brown
6-yellow
8-black
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3-blue
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7-black
8-orange
LlO25p-in
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4-red
5-brown
7-green
8-yellow
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3-green
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5-brown
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7-red
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3-yellow
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6-black
7-red
8-blue
20-orange
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2-red
3-green
4-blue
5-yellow
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August 23,1998
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RJ45 when cable directly connected to a wallplate (from I to r with the clip down)
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3
4
5
6
7
8
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orange
w/green
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green
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brown
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4
5
6
7
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SRJl2-M25pin9-25
705-45mux
L9-9pin
L10-9pin
Hp-9IBM
HP-9CMC
Emulterm
Emulmod
SPMTA-T
SPMTA-M
connects communication device to a ran
connects printer directly to ran
use for Okidata printer in place of a C09 oki uses pin 6
use on digiboards in combination with a C09 or CI2 for terminals and printers
use on digiboards in combination with a CIO for terminals and printers
use on digiboards with CIO for terms and printers, with C09 for cornnmnication device
use on a ran to connect tenninals
connects tenninals and printers to Specialix RTA
connects communication devices to Specialix RTA
use to connect peripheral t6 mux at the remote side also. modem to terminal
same as ST25
use for terminal or printer connected to Specialix 108and Modular Terminal Adapters
use for communication devices connected to Specialix 108 and Modular Terminal Adapters
use in conjunction with 9pin9-25 to convert a 25 pin connector to a 9pin
use to connect 705 RJ45 port to modem or mux
use with a L9-25pin to connect a terminal or a printer to an Altos 1000 or 5000 or TCU
use with a LIO-25pin to connect a modem or mux to an Altos 1000 or 5000 or TCU
use on a Hplaser printer 9 pin connection on an IBM ran
use on hplaser 9pin thru mux. ran to cmc on mux and remote mux st25 to hp9cmc on printer
use to connect a terminal or printer directly to an EMULEX terminal server
use when connecting an Emulex term server to a mux for the main site, at remote use ST25
Use ona specialix modular terminal adapter "MTA" when connecting a telminal
Use ona specialix modular telminal adapter "MTA" when connecting a modem
RS232 PIN GUIDE
I-protective ground
2-transmitted data
3-received data
9-data set testing
IO-data set testing
II-undefmed
4-request to send
5-clear to send
6-data set ready
7-signal ground
8-data canier detect
12-sec. received line signal detector
13-sec. clear to send
14-sec. transmitted data
15-transmitted signal element timing
16-sec. received data
18-undefined
19-sec. request to send
20-data terminal ready
22-ring indicator
23-data signal rate selector
24-transmitter signal elemut timing
25-undefined
17-receiver signal element
MT932 thru MT2834 modems
To communicate asynchronously with modem, set switches:
3,7,8,9,11,12,15 Down; All other switches up.
Synchronous operation,(used with a mux) set switches:
3,9,11 Down, all others up.
ZDX modem - Set initially for factory defaults - AT&F then set the $mb and $sb to match serial port baud
and AT&E13 then at&wto writethe options
MT56DSU modem - DDS synchronous multiplexor operation
19.2k-switches 1,4,13,16down,all othersup
56k - switches 4,13,16 down, all others up
MT64DSU modem - DDS synchronous multiplexor operation
19.2k- switch 1 up, all others down
56k- switch 2 up, all others down
64k- swiches 1,2 up, allothers down
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* Modems connected to computer serial ports must have the serial baud rate set to match the computer
baud rate. The command is AT$SBxxxxx, where xxxxx is baud rate.
* Modems that will be used for Electronic Claims should have Pacing turned off (AT&EI2) and Data
Compression turned off (AT&EI4).
* Dialup modems should have their main baud rate no higher than 19200. Command is AT$MBI9200.
* Store phone number in modem. ATDT"phone number"Nx stores "phone number" in position x of the
phone number memory in modem.
* Dial stored phone number, ATNx dials the phone number at position x in phone number storage.
* DTR dialing- Modem dials phone number stored at position zero in phone number storage when DTR
becomes true. Command =
AT$D1.
* Dialup modems used with multiplexors should be set for factory defaults, then change main baud rate to
no greater than 19200 baud. The remote site modem should be set for DTR dialing and main site
phone number set in phone number storage positon O(zero).
* To check or change options to a remote modem dial in and when you get connected type %%%at,this
will
give you the option of data or command mode, select command and enter the password of
MODEMSETUP, (must be caps) this connects you in command mode just like having a terminal
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directly connected to the modem. when finished type atO (capital 0) and will take you back.
* Any modem that is used for Support or ECS should not be configured as an Automatic Call Unit (ACU)
in the /usr/lib/uucp/Devices file. UUCP will change the settings of an ACU defined modem and can .
mess up ECS and Support communication.
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where yyyy is baud rate
File /dev/rtyxxx must have permissions:
chmod 777 /dev/ttyxxx
If a lock file exits for this tty, remove it from /usr/spool/uucp
Command is cu -Ittyxxx
A CONNECTED message should be received. At this point, if cabling and modem set
properly, communication with modem can take place.
To disconnect type -. enter
Useful modem commands:
AT&F.AT&WOATDTx-
set factory defaults
Store modem settings in non volatile memory
Dial phone number x
ATL5- Display some modem settings
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AT$SBxxxx Set serial port baud rate
AT$MBxxxx Set modem baud rate
AT$D 1Set DTR dialing
ATNx-Dial phone number stored at position x
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soME' OTHER MODEM SETUPS:
696E Modem, Dialup, With Terminal and Local Printer.
Factory default, ATE1&E5&E7&E8&EI0&E13&EI4$BAI
* Dial In-to Modem, Connected To Computer, That Will Not Disconnect When Exiting From Unix
(Control
D or Exit) use following command:
AT&DOwhich causes modem to ignore DTR from computer.
Modify or silence results codes. Useful to eliminate many login messages and bad login userid's when
modem answers a calL Be careful with these. If ATQl is used, there will be no response from modem after
it receives a command.
ATVOResult code sent as digits (terse).
ATQI-Result codes suppressed (quiet).
Multitech 224 modem
At&F -
Load factory defaults
AT&ElSet Auto-Reliable Mode
AT&WOStore
Set all switches up except 1,3,8 down.
If used with St. E Link set all swicthes up except 1,3,6,8 down
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ZDX Modem for ECS on Altos 500 or 1000 systems
AT&FFactory default
AT$SBxxxx- Serial Baud Rate
AT&COForce on Carrier Detect and Data Set Ready
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AT&WOStore
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One example for color s~tup.
I.iisetup, press F8
At the top of display:
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Wprt Blink
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Off
Off
Off'
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Atttribute
Intensity
Background ~
Overscan Intensity
Char
Off
Dark
Off
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Press Page Down
In the center of the display are atttributes (in squares). The square outlined in red is the a.ttribute
whose color is being setup. Below the attributes are the colores for foreground and background.
Ri~hrJleftarrow keys move the under-bracket pointer to the color desired. Up/down arrows select
forground field and background field. Tab moves to the next attribute. Select the colors as shown
below.
N0r:n1
Rcvse
UndIn
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Dim
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Dm+Rv
Dm+ul
D+U+R
Foreground
Background
White
Yellow
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Tbe following files must be edited on both servers and Dames need to be consistent.
# vi /etc/hosts
192.168.1.1 scoserver
192.168.1.109 aixserver
letclhosts: END
# vi /etclhosts.equiv
aixserver
scoserver
letclhosts.equiv: END
# vi I.rhosts
scoserver
aixserver
root
root
I.rhosts: END
# chmod 600 I.rhosts
-rw--~--'- 1 root
system
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# rcp -r scoserver:/uST!2J
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