AnywhereUSB TS44 User Manual (90001086_A)
Configuring via the Command Line
This chapter explains how to configure the AnywhereUSB using the
command prompt. Configuring an AnywhereUSB through the command-
line interface consists of entering a series of commands to set values in
the device. The Digi Connect Family Command Reference describes the
commands used to configure, monitor, administer, and operate Digi
Accessing the Command Line
To configure devices using commands, first access the command prompt.
Either launch the command-line interface from the last page of the Digi
Device Setup Wizard or use the telnet command. Enter the telnet
command from a command prompt on another networked device, such as
a server, as follows:
# > telnet ip-address
Where ip-address is the IP address of the AnywhereUSB.
# > telnet 22.214.171.124
If security is enabled for the AnywhereUSB, (that is, a username and
password have been set up for logging on to it), a login prompt is
displayed. If the user name and password for the device are unknown,
contact the system administrator who originally configured the device.
Verifying which Commands are Supported
To verify whether an AnywhereUSB supports a particular command,
online help is available. For example:
help displays all supported commands for a device.
? displays all the supported commands for a device.
set ? displays the syntax and options for the set command. Use
this command to determine whether the device includes a
particular "set" command variant to configure various features.
help set displays syntax and options for the set command.
AnywhereUSB TS44 User Manual (90001086_A) 54 9 Configuring via the Command Line This chapter explains how to configure the AnywhereUSB using the command prompt. Accessing the Command Line To configure devices using commands, first access the command prompt.