Wrong Terminal Type

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The following commands can help if you find yourself on a system at the wrong terminal type. Take the first example here which is for a Definity system. If it takes you straight in because the customer did not log out correctly, you can press Esc and Ow (case sensitive, please note this is O as in oscar, and not a zero).

DEFINITY TERMINAL TYPE 513

  • F1 CANCEL                              = escOw
  • F2 REFRESH                            =escNa
  • F3 ENTER                                 =escSB
  • F4 HELP                                   =escOm
  • F5 CLEAR FLD                         =esc[J
  • F6 UP ARROW                          =esc[A
  • F7 NEXT PAGE                         =esc[U
  • F8 PREV PAGE                        =esc[V

FULL AUDIX TERMINAL TYPE 513

  • F1 CHANGE/RUN                      =escOc
  • F2 ADD                                      =escOd
  • F3 DELETE                               =escOe
  • F4 HELP                                   =escOf
  • F5 FIELD HELP                         =escOb
  • F6 CLEAR FORM                      =ctrl-g
  • F7 EXIT                                    =ctrl-f
  • F8 ENTER                                 =ctrl-B

DEFINITY AUDIX TERMINAL TYPE 4410

  • F1 CANCEL                              =escOP
  • F2 REFRESH                            =escOQ
  • F3 ENTER                                 =escOR
  • F4 CLEARFLD                          =escOS
  • F5 HELP                                   =escOT
  • F6 CHOICES                             =escOU
  • F7 NEXT PAGE                         =escOV
  • F8 PREV PAGE                        =escOW

CMS VT100

  • HELP                                        ^[OP                 ctrl F1
  • WINDOW                                  ^[OQ                 ctrl F2
  • COMMANDS                             ^[OR                 ctrl F3
  • KEEP                                       ^[OS                 ctrl F4
  • EXIT                                         ^[OT                 ctrl F9
  • FULL AUDIX                             ;CC 4800,E,7,1
  • OR                                           ;CC 1200,E,7,1

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