2-29. Generate Rmux Minimum Configuration Routine.
Perform this routine to enter the configuration data in memory 1 or memory 2 for one demux. Before
performing this routine, ensure that you have the configuration data required to complete the entries in
the routine as described in a below. The step-by-step procedures for the routine are in b below.
a. Data Required. To assist you in listing and determining if you have all the data you will need,
the following chart shows you what data are required and where the data are used in the routine.
q "Step No." Column. Step number for each procedure performed
by an operator that requires configuration data is listed in this
column. Steps performed by an operator that do not require a
configuration data input are not listed.
q "Message heading/data required" Column. The message heading
that is displayed for each step requiring configuration data is shown
in this column. Below each message heading is one or more lines
for listing the required data that is supplied by the authority that
originated the configuration.
q "Definitions" Column. This column defines the type of data that
is supplied and entered on the lines in the "Message heading/data
required" column. Some steps listed below are not used in all
configurations. Notes are added in the column to describe the
Rmux Minimum Configuration Data Requirements
Enter "1" for memory 1 or "2" for mem-
Enter number of demux ("1", "2", "3", or
LOCAL/REMOTE MUX SELECTION
"4") to be configured.
Enter "1" if you are using a V2 or V4 model.
Data entered for steps 8 through 10 pertain to mux in remote TD-1337(V)/G
PORT RATES IN KBS
At each port, enter port rate in kb/s or
"0" if port is inactive.
Port 1 _
Port 5 _
Port 6 _
Port 2 --
Port 3 --
Port 7 --
Port 8 _
Port 4 --
Enter "0" if option is not used or "1" if
16KBS ORDERWIRE OPTION
option is used.