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How to set Connect Port X4 SureLink settings with RCI command

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I want to set SureLink with RCI command.
I was given the following RCI script to set both these settings:
Hard reset the mobile interface after the following number of consecutive failed connections.
Reboot the device after the following number of consecutive failed connections.

<rci_request version="1.1"><set_setting action="immediate" encrypt="none"><mobile><mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_module>1</mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_module></mobile></set_setting></rci_request>

<rci_request version="1.1"><set_setting action="immediate" encrypt="none"><mobile><mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_system>5</mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_system></mobile></set_setting></rci_request>



My question is where did the <mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_module> come from in the first command and <mobile_failed_orig_to_reset_system> in the second.
I do not see the phrases anywhere when I look at the html source.

I need to set the following SureLink settings also but do not know what <phrase> to use for each. I can figure out the rest.

1. Enable Link Integrity Monitoring using the test method selected below.
2. Select he TCP Connection Test radio button
3. Set TCP Port:, Primary and secondary address
4.Repeat the selected link integrity test every: X seconds (10-65535)
5. Reset the link after the following number of consecutive link integrity test failures. (1-255)

Thank You
asked Aug 15, 2014 in 3rd Party Python and API development in other Languages by Ken Morrow New to the Community (1 point)

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while I can't answer your question directly I can comment on an indirect method.

One trick I've done in the past is change the settings I want via the webUI. I'll use values that are unique and easy to find in a search. After I've saved them I'll do an RCI query. Then go through the result looking for the values I want. Then take the adjacent tags and build the RCI request you desire.
answered Aug 18, 2014 by kjensen8 Veteran of the Digi Community (623 points)
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