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CM1164
4-port USB DVI-D KVMP Control Center
RS-232 Commands
V1.3
User Manual
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CM1164 RS-232 Control Tool
FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Š Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
Š Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
Š Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the
receiver is connected;
Š Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
RoHS
This product is RoHS compliant.
SJ/T 11364-2006
The following contains information that relates to China.
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RS-232 Operation
Overview
The CM1164’s built-in bi-directional RS-232 serial interface allows system
control through a high-end controller or PC. RS-232 serial operations in a
CM1164 installation are managed via HyperTerminal sessions on systems that
are running Windows. In order to use this feature to send commands to the
CM1164, you must first download and install a HyperTerminal application.
For more detailed instructions and information about each of the commands
provided in this manual, please refer to the original CM1164 user manual.
Setup
Install a HyperTerminal application on a computer that is not part of the
CM1164 setup, which will be connected and used to control the CM1164 via
RS-232. HyperTerminal applications can be download from the internet, and
many operating systems are embedded with HyperTerminal applications.
Hardware Connection
Use an RJ-45 to DB-9 serial adapter (SA0141) to connect the computer’s serial
port to the DCC In port of the CM1164, as shown below:
SA0141
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Console Login - HyperTerminal
Once a physical connection from the computer to the CM1164 has been made,
you can establish a HyperTerminal session using the instructions below.
1. Open the HyperTerminal application, and configure the port settings for
COM1 port, then click OK.
Bits per Second: 115200, Data Bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop bits: 1, Flow Control:
None.
2. When configured correctly a login prompt like the one below appears:
Since this is the first time you are logging in, use the default Login:
administrator; and the default Password: 111111.
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RS-232 Commands
After you login via HyperTerminal (see Console Login - HyperTerminal,
page 4), you can use the instructions below to send RS-232 commands to
control the CM1164 from a remote system. For more detailed instructions and
information about each of the RS-232 commands listed below, please refer to
the original CM1164 user manual.
Verification
After entering a command, a verification message appears, as shown below, at
the end of the command line, as follows:
Response Message
Description
command OK
Command or parameter is correct.
command incorrect
Command or parameter is incorrect.
NOT Login
Command sent without RS232 login.
login OK
Password correct and login successful.
login FAIL
Incorrect password.
SETTING OK
Some commands support the “save” parameter, so when you
input “save” the system will check all current input commands
and parameters, and a feedback message of “SETTING OK”
will return if all commands and parameters are correct.
Otherwise the system will return a “SETTING FAIL” message.
SETTING FAIL
Some commands support the “save” parameter, so when you
input “save” the system will check all current input commands
and parameters, and a feedback message of “SETTING FAIL”
will return if a command or parameter is incorrect.
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Login
The Login command allows you to login to the CM1164 and begin sending RS232 commands. When you login the RS-232 link is “opened” and the CM1164
will not respond to front panel pushbuttons, hotkeys, OSD, or remote control
commands - until the RS-232 link is closed (see Open/Close RS-232 Link,
page 8). For username/password information, see Security, page 22. Use the
Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
login
Description
Login Command
Control
p
Number
xxxxxx
Enter
Enter
Description
Input password
Description
Sets 6 digit password, x= 0~9
Description
Enter and send out command
Login Command
The available formula for the Login command is as follows:
1. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to login to the system with the password 123456, type the
following:
login p123456 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Logout
The Logout command allows you to logout of the CM1164 and close the RS232 link. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
logout
Enter
Enter
Description
Logout Command
Description
Enter and send out command
Logout Command
The available formula for the Logout command is as follows:
1. Command + [Enter]
For example, to logout of the CM1164, type the following:
logout [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Open/Close RS-232 Link
The Open/Close RS-232 Link command allows you to open/close the link
between the computer sending RS-232 commands and the CM1164. When the
link is “open” the CM1164 only accepts RS-232 commands and will not
respond to front panel pushbuttons, hotkeys, OSD, or remote control
commands - until the link is closed. The link opens when you login and closes
after 2 minutes if no command is sent. Use the Formula - to set Parameters to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
Description
open
Open RS-232 Link Command
close
Close RS-232 Link Command
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Open/Close RS-232 Link Command
The available formulas for the Open/Close RS-232 Link commands are as
follows:
1. Command + [Enter]
For example, to open the RS-232 Link between the computer and CM1164,
type the following:
open [Enter]
2. Command + [Enter]
For example, to close the RS-232 Link between the computer and CM1164,
type the following:
close [Enter]
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Switch Port
The switch port command allows you to switch between computers connected
to the CM1164’s ports. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formula:
Command + Input Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
sw
Input Command
px
Description
Switch Port Command
Description
Input port number,
x= 1~4 (Default: 1)
Example: p2
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Switch Port Commands
Some available formulas for the Switch Port commands are as follows:
1. Command + Input Command + [Enter]
For example, to switch to port 2, type the following:
sw p2 [Enter]
2. Switch Command + Input Command + [Enter]
For example, to switch to port 4, type the following:
sw p4 [Enter]
Note: 1. Each command string can be separated with a space.
2. The Port Number command string can be skipped, and the default
value will be used.
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PiP Mode
The PiP Mode command allows you to change the Picture in Picture display
mode settings. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
PiP Channel/Port Setting:
Command + Control1 + Control2 + Control3 + Control4 + Control5 + [Enter]
PiP Configuration Setting:
Command + Config1 + Config2 + Config3 + Config4 + Config5 + [Enter]
PiP Setting Execute:
Command + Execute + [Enter]
PiP Advance Setting:
Command + Control1 + Control2 + Config1 + Config2 + Execute + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
Description
pip2
Picture in Picture Dual Mode
pip3
Picture in Picture Triple Mode
pip4
Picture in Picture Quad Mode
Control
cxpy
Description
c: Output channel, x= 1~4
p: Input port, y= 1~4
Example: c2p4
Config
cxscanon
Description
Enable channel scan under PiP3 or PiP2
mode, x= 2~3 (Channel ID)
Example: c2scanon
cxscanoff
Disable channel scan under PiP3 mode, x=
2~3 (Channel ID)
Example: c2scanoff
cxalphaon
Enable channel alpha mode, x= 2~4
(Channel ID)
Example: c3alphaon
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Config
cxalphaoff
Description
Disable channel alpha mode, x= 2~4
(Channel ID)
Example: c3alphaoff
cxsy
Change the channel size
c: Change channel, x= 2~4 (Channel ID),
s: Size, pip3~4: y= 1~3(size),
pip2: y= 1~4(size)
Example: c2s1
pbpon
Enable pbp mode
pbpoff
Disable pbp mode
Execute
save
default
Description
Save setting to KVM switch
Reset settings to default
Example: pip2= c1p1 c2p2
Example: pip3= c1p1 c2p2 c3p3
Example: pip4= c1p1 c2p2 c3p3 c4p4
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
PiP Mode Commands
Some available formulas for PiP Mode commands are as follows:
1. Command + Config1 + Config2 + Config3 + Config4 + Config5 + [Enter]
For example, to set Picture in Picture Dual Mode on Output Channel 1 to Input
Port 1, type the following:
pip2 c1p1 [Enter]
2. Command + Config1 + [Enter]
For example, to Enable Channel Scan for Picture in Picture Triple Mode, type
the following:
pip3 c2scanon [Enter]
Note: 1. Each command string can be separated with a space.
2. The Port Number command string can be skipped, and the default
value will be used.
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Quad View Mode
The Quad View Mode command allows you to change the Quad View display
mode settings. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control1 + Control2 + Control3 + Control4 + [Enter]
Reset to Default:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
quad
Description
Quad View Mode Command
Control
cxpy
Description
c: Output channel, x= 1~4
p: Input port, y= 1~4
Example: c2p4
default
Resets Quad View Mode back to the default
setting Example: c1p1~c4p4
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Quad View Mode Commands
Some available formulas for Quad View Mode commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control1 + Control2 + Control3 + Control4 + [Enter]
For example, to set Quad View Mode to use output channel 2 with input port
3, type the following:
quad c2p3 [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set Quad View Mode to the default settings, type the
following:
quad default [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Change Display Mode
The Change Display Mode command allows you to change the Display mode
being used. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formula:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
display
Description
Change Display Mode Command
Control
Description
full
Enable console port to full screen display
quad
Enable Quad display mode, console port
focus remains the same
pip2
Enable PiP Dual display, console port focus
remains the same on channel 1, and
channel 2, displays the video of the port
next to the console port being displayed
pip3
Enable PiP Triple display, console port
focus remains the same on channel 1, with
channel 2 and channel 3 displaying the
video of the ports next to the console port
being displayed
pip4
Enable PiP Quad display, console port
focus remains the same on channel 1, with
channel 2, channel 3, and channel 4
displaying the video of the ports next to the
console port being displayed
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Change Display Mode Commands
Some available formulas for Change Display Mode commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set the Quad display mode, type the following:
display quad [Enter]
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2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set Picture in Picture Triple display mode, type the following:
display pip3 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Port Disable
The Port Disable command allows you to disable a ports display from being
shown. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formula:
Command + Control + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
chn
Description
Port Disable Command
Control
px
Description
Disable video out of port number, x= 1~4
Example: p3
on
Disable channel display
off
Enable channel display
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Port Disable Commands
Some available formulas for Disable Port commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set disable the video output of port 4, type the following:
chn p4 on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set enable the video output of port 1, type the following:
chn p1 off [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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OSD Language
The OSD Language command allows you to change the OSD language setting.
Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formula:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
lang
Description
OSD Language Command
Control
Description
eng
Change OSD language to English
ger
Change OSD language to German
fr
Change OSD language to French
jp
Change OSD language to Japanese
tc
Change OSD language to Traditional
Chinese
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
OSD Language Commands
Some available formulas for OSD Language commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the OSD Language to Traditional Chinese, type the
following:
lang tc [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the OSD Language to French, type the following:
lang fr [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Keyboard Language Layout
The Keyboard Language Layout command allows you to change the keyboard
language layout. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formula:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
layout
Description
Keyboard Language Layout Command
Control
Description
en
Change the keyboard language layout to
English
fr
Change the keyboard language layout to
French
jp
Change the keyboard language layout to
Japanese
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Keyboard Language Layout Commands
Some available formulas for Keyboard Language Layout commands are as
follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the keyboard language layout to Japanese, type the
following:
layout jp [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the keyboard language layout to French, type the
following:
layout fr [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Set Operating System
The Set Operating System command allows you to set the operating system for
a port. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formula:
Command + Control + Control1 + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
os
Description
Set Operating System Command
Control
px
Description
p: Port number, x= 1~4
Example: p2
Control1
Description
auto
Change operating system to Auto Detect
mac
Change operating system to Mac
sun
Change operating system to Sun
spc
Change operating system to SPC (Linux)
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Set Operating System Commands
Some available formulas for Set Operating System commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + Control1 + [Enter]
For example, to change port 3’s operating system to Mac, type the following:
os p3 mac [Enter]
2. Command + Control + Control1 + [Enter]
For example, to change port 2’s operating system to Auto Detect, type the
following:
os p2 auto [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Auto Scan
The Auto Scan command allows you to set and enable Auto scan mode. Use
the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Set Scan Duration:
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
scan
Description
Auto Scan Command
Control
all
Description
Auto scan all ports
pon
Auto scan all ports with computers powered
on
txx
Sets the KVM focus duration when
scanning, xx= 1~99 seconds
Example: t33
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Auto Scan Commands
Some available formulas for Auto Scan commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to auto scan all ports, type the following:
scan all [Enter]
2. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to set the scan’s focus on each port for a duration of 44 seconds
before continuing on, type the following:
scan t44 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Port ID Display
The Port ID Display command allows you to change the port ID numbers
displayed for each port. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Set Port ID and Display Duration:
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
portid
Description
Port ID Display Command
Control
pxxx
Description
Change port, x= 1~4 (Port Number)
xx= 1~99 (New Port Number)
Example: p478
default
txx
Reset all port ID’s to the factory default
Set ID display duration, xx= 1~99 seconds
Example: t55
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Port ID Display Commands
Some available formulas for Port ID Display commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set all port ID’s to the factory default, type the following:
portid default [Enter]
2. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to change port 4’s ID number to 37, type the following:
portid p437 [Enter]
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3. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to set the port ID display duration for 88 seconds, type the
following:
portid t88 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Security
The Security command allows you to enable/disable and change security
settings used to login. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Set Password:
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
security
Description
Security Command
Control
Description
us
Set user password
pu
Set power user password
ad
Set administrator password
off
Disable security function
on
Enable security function
Number
xxxxxx
Description
Sets 6 digit password, x= 0~9
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Security Settings
The default passwords are as follows:
Š Administrator - 111111
Š Power User - 222222
Š User - 333333
Š Guest - 000000
When Security is enabled, the Guest account will be disabled automatically to
secure the CM1164. When Security is disabled only the Guest account can be
used to login.
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Security Commands
Some available formulas for Security commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable the security function, type the following:
security on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to change the administrator password to 888666, type the
following:
security ad888666 [Enter]
3. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to change the power user password to 999555, type the following:
security pu999555 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Station
The Station command allows you to switch the console focus to the next station
in a daisy chain setup. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
station
Description
Station Command
Control
id
Number
x
Enter
Enter
Description
Station ID
Description
Station number of switch in daisy chain, x=
1~4
Description
Enter and send out command
Station Commands
An available formula for the Station command is as follows:
1. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to switch the console to station 2 of a daisy chain, type the
following:
station id2 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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DCC Control
The DCC Control command allows you to set the DCC Control mode. Use the
Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
dcc
Description
DCC Control Command
Control
clone
Description
Sets the default DCC clone mode
off
Disables DCC function
on
Enables DCC function
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
DCC Control Commands
Some available formulas for DCC Control commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set the default DCC clone mode, type the following:
dcc clone [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable DCC control, type the following:
dcc on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Mouse Emulation
The Mouse Emulation command allows you to set mouse emulation and mouse
switching features. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Set Mouse Switching:
Command + Control2 + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
msemu
Description
Mouse Emulation Command
Control
Description
off
Disable mouse emulation function
on
Enable mouse emulation function
Control2
Description
wheeloff
Disable mouse switching function
wheelon
Enable mouse switching function
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Mouse Emulation Commands
Some available formulas for Mouse Emulation commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to disable mouse emulation, type the following:
msemu off [Enter]
2. Command + Control2 + [Enter]
For example, to enable mouse switching, type the following:
msemu wheelon [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Keyboard Emulation
The Keyboard Emulation command allows you to enable/disable the keyboard
emulation feature. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
kbemu
Description
Keyboard Emulation Command
Control
Description
off
Disable keyboard emulation function
on
Enable keyboard emulation function
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Keyboard Emulation Commands
Some available formulas for Keyboard Emulation commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to disable keyboard emulation, type the following:
kbemu off [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable keyboard emulation, type the following:
kbemu on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Video Dynasync
The Video Dynasync command allows you to set EDID settings. Use the
Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
vds
Description
Video Dynasync Command
Control
Description
default
Set the default EDID
reload
A trigger to force the switch to reload the
EDID from the connected display
off
Disable the EDID reflash function, passthrough EDID from previous connected
display or use default EDID
on
The device will enable EDID detection from
the connected display every 3 secs after it is
powered on
Enter
Description
Enter
Enter and send out command
Video Dynasync Commands
Some available formulas for Video Dynasync commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set the default EDID setting, type the following:
vds default [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable EDID detection, type the following:
vds on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Hardware Cursor
The Hardware Cursor command allows you to enable/disable the hardware
cursor feature. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
hc
Description
Hardware Cursor Command
Control
Description
off
Disable the hardware cursor
on
Enable the hardware cursor
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Hardware Cursor Commands
Some available formulas for Hardware Cursor commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable the hardware cursor, type the following:
hc on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to disable the hardware cursor, type the following:
hc off [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Activate Beeper
The Activate Beeper command allows you to enable/disable the beeper
function. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
beeper
Description
Activate Beeper Command
Control
Description
off
Disable beeper
on
Enable beeper
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Activate Beeper Commands
Some available formulas for Activate Beeper commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable the beeper, type the following:
beeper on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to disable the beeper, type the following:
beeper off [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Hotkey Setting
The Hotkey Setting command allows you to enable/disable and change the
hotkey used to invoke the HSM (Hotkey Setting Mode). Use the Formula - to
set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
hotkey
Description
Hotkey Setting Command
Control
num
Description
Change the HSM invoke key to:
[Num Lock] + [-]
f12
Change the HSM invoke key to:
[Ctrl] + [F12]
off
Disable hotkey function
on
Enable hotkey function
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Hotkey Setting Commands
Some available formulas for Hotkey Setting commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable the hotkey function, type the following:
hotkey on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the HSM invoke key to [Ctrl] + [F12], type the
following:
hotkey f12 [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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OSD Hotkey
The OSD Hotkey command allows you to change the hotkey used to invoke the
OSD. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
osdkey
Description
OSD Hotkey Command
Control
Description
scroll
Change OSD invoke key to: [Scroll] [Scroll]
ctrl
Change OSD invoke key to: [Ctrl] [Ctrl]
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
OSD Hotkey Commands
Some available formulas for OSD Hotkey commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the OSD invoke key to [Scroll] + [Scroll], type the
following:
osdkey scroll [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to change the OSD invoke key to [Ctrl] + [Ctrl], type the
following:
osdkey ctrl [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Power on Detection
The Power on Detection command allows you to enable/disable the power on
detection feature. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
pod
Description
Power on Detection Command
Control
Description
on
Enable power on detection function
off
Disable power on detection function
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Power on Detection Commands
Some available formulas for Power on Detection commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable power on detection, type the following:
pod on [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to disable power on detection, type the following:
pod off [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Fn Key
The Fn Key command allows you to save and select Fn keys for a focused ports
display settings. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + Enter
Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
fn
Description
Fn Key Command
Control
savex
Description
Save display setting for current port focus,
x= 1~4
Example: save3
default
Restore all Fn key settings to the default
selectx
Enable display setting for current port focus,
x= 1~4
Example: select2
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Fn Key Commands
Some available formulas for Fn Key commands are as follows:
1. Command + Control + Number + [Enter]
For example, to save the display setting and current port focus as Fn1, type the
following:
fn save1 [Enter]
2. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to set all Fn keys back to the default, type the following:
fn default [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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USB Reset
The USB Reset command allows you to reset the USB connection. Use the
Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
usbreset
Description
USB Reset Command
Control
on
Description
Enable USB reset connection
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
USB Reset Command
The available formula for the USB Reset command is as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to reset the USB connection, type the following:
usbreset on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Restore Default Value
The Restore Default Value command allows you to reset all of the CM1164’s
settings back to the default. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a
Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
redefault
Description
Restore Default Value Command
Control
on
Description
Enable restore default values
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Restore Default Value Command
The available formula for the Restore Default Value command is as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to restore all CM1164 settings back to the default, type the
following:
redefault on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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Firmware Upgrade
The Firmware Upgrade command allows you to enable the firmware upgrade
mode. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + Control + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
upgrade
Description
Firmware Upgrade Command
Control
on
Description
Enable firmware upgrade mode
Enter
Enter
Description
Enter and send out command
Firmware Upgrade Command
The available formula for the Firmware Upgrade command is as follows:
1. Command + Control + [Enter]
For example, to enable firmware upgrade mode, type the following:
upgrade on [Enter]
Note: Each command string can be separated with a space.
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KVM Status
The KVM Status command allows you to display read-only information about
the CM1164’s current configuration status. Use the Formula - to set
Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
status
Enter
Enter
Description
KVM Status Command
Description
Enter and send out command
KVM Status Command
The available formula for the KVM Status command is as follows:
1. Command + [Enter]
For example, to display the CM1164’s configuration status, type the following:
status [Enter]
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Hotkey List
The Hotkey List command allows you to display a list of the KVM’s hotkeys.
Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
list
Enter
Enter
Description
Hotkey List Command
Description
Enter and send out command
Hotkey List Command
The available formula for the Hotkey List command is as follows:
1. Command + [Enter]
For example, to display the KVM’s hotkey list, type the following:
list [Enter]
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Info
The Info command allows you to display the CM1164’s current firmware
version and copyright information. Use the Formula - to set Parameters - to
create a Command.
Formulas:
Command + [Enter]
Parameters:
Command
info
Enter
Enter
Description
Info Command
Description
Enter and send out command
Info Command
The available formula for the Info command is as follows:
1. Command + [Enter]
For example, to display the CM1164’s device information, type the following:
info [Enter]
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