The LayGO XFER collector for the PXS is xfer. The PXS should configured to run xfer as the default application. To define this, at the RedBoot prompt enter:
RedBoot> default Default application: hdlcsrv RedBoot> default xfer Default application: xfer
Now xfer will automatically run when the RedBoot timeout expires.
xfer needs the IP address of the file server
running Remote File Server to which it should send
the files it donwloads from the switch. To set the file server, use the
RedBoot ftp command. For instance, if the
IP address of the remote file server is
RedBoot> ftp 192.168.250.3 FTP Server: 192.168.250.3
You should also enable remote logging by setting the address of a server
running the remote log server. For instance, if the
IP address of the remote log server is also
RedBoot> log 192.168.250.3 Log Server: 192.168.250.3 RedBoot> logging enable Logging: enabled
xfer supports the following command line options. These may be set using the RedBoot options command.
[-a] Do not autostart the client. The client must be started maually using the PXS control application. Default: Autostart the client [-e] Enable XFER protocol extensions. Default: Disabled [-f <cfg file>] LayGO cfg file. Default: xfer-dte.cfg [-p <port number>] Port 0 or 1 to use for the X.25 connection. Default: 0 [-s <circuit list>] Colon delimited list of XFER file types to download. The possible types are AMA, ATT, KT, OM and SMDR. This parameter is required. Default: <none> [-t <file tag>] Unique tag for identifying the source of files to the Remote File Server. Default: The PXS host name