Destination Port Number (DP) setting

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Description (see Setting description format info here)


Function:Defines the port on the destination network host to which the DS will attempt to connect to


Set (S) command format:SDPppppp, where ppppp is the port number of the destination in the 0-65535 range


Get (G) command format:GDP


Init (I) command effect:Initialized unconditionally, through network command, serial command, or quick initialization


Post-initialization value:1001


Change takes effect:After reboot


Overriding param/instr:Destination Port Number (DP) Parameter, Establish Connection (CE) instruction


Relevance conditions:Current Routing Mode (RM) [setting/ parameter]= 1 (server/client) or 2 (client)


First introduced:Earlier than "baseline" V3.14/V3.51


See also:Ethernet port and network communications




Destination Port Number defines the port of the network host to which the DS will attempt to establish an outgoing connection. When the DS will attempt to establish a connection to the destination host is defined by the Connection Mode (CM) setting. Destination IP-address the DS will attempt to connect to is defined by the current Destination IP-address (DI) [setting/ parameter/ instruction].


Destination Port Number is irrelevant when the current Routing Mode (RM) [setting/parameter] is 0 (server) since in this mode outgoing connections are not allowed.