- Can the Xenta 913 be used as a NPR in I/NET?
- Will the Xenta 913 transfer (via Connection Objects) from one I/NET link to another?
- I/NET Seven
- Xenta 913
Although the Xenta 913 appears in the I/NET network configuration and parameters appears the same as a NPR not all functions are possible. Refer to the resolution to below for supported communications:
Even though the 913 has some basic NPR functionality to I/NET it does not function 100% as a NPR like the 527 or 731 does. The 913 will not pass any AMT information to a host, nor will it pass global indirect points from link to link. It is recommended to only use the 527 or 731 as an NPR to an I/NET system.
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It should also be noted that provided the Xenta 913 is connected on the TCPIP network it is possible to create connection objects across I/NET links. The Xenta must be part of the I/NET network, that is add the reference host to the Xenta 913 configuration then all links will be available to the device.