Netlock.exe serves for locking the CU.
Configuration data can be remotely read from a locked unit, however it is
not possible to remotely execute the write or Init functions or start the
monitoring or tests which would interrupt communication in the network.
Netlock.exe is used by starting once with the
respective parameters. There are 3 levels for locking and unlocking the
0 root 1 racom 2 nobody
The level of access is defined by the name and password used (the original names are root, racom and nobody). The levels differ in their rights to change names and passwords, but the possibilities for locking and unlocking are the same. For local access where the CU us connected to the PC via the service cable it is possible to overcome locking using parameter -aL.
netlock -aL -au
After acknowledging by clicking y Enter we
receive the message
Key to parameters:
local access, means no need to use a name or password. If the parameter is used for work in the distant CU then next PC must be connected to it using the service cable.
unlock – unlock station
exit – program netlock terminated after the given operation. If the parameter is not used the final messages can be seen. Exit the program using Alt+X.
If redundant messages appear when the application is running use this parameter to remove them.
netlock -aL -al
lock – locks the stations
The status of the CU can be verified from MORSE Main menu,
for example, using command Ne Enter, Init
Enter – a locked station replies with the message
locked and does not execute Init.
The name for level 0 is
root. The names for levels 1
and 2 can be set up using command:
netlock -aL -an2
name 1 – change level 1 name
name 2 – change level 2 name
Upon a query
Type new name insert the name and
acknowledge by pressing y . It is necessary to insert
a new password after a name change.
The password can be inserted for levels 0, 1, 2.
netlock -aL -ap2
password 0 – change level 0 password
password 1 – change level 1 password
password 2 – change level 2 password
After inserting the same new password twice and pressing
y the result is acknowledged with the message
A name and password can be inserted for levels 1, 2.
netlock -aL -ab2
both 1 – change level 1 name and password
both 2 – change level 2 name and password
status – status of CU
The message obtained contains information about the locked/unlocked status and about the names assigned to levels 1 and 2. For local access only.
Passwords saved to the CU cannot be read directly. It is possible to check the functionality of a password and where necessary insert a new password from a higher level or via local access. Checking a password in local access mode:
Parameter -au for unlocking is a default setting and therefore does not need to be mentioned.
Parameter -aL was not used and therefore the name and password are even requested in the case of local access.
A correct result is acknowledged with the message
If in the above commands we leave out parameter -aL then we need to use the name and password for level 0, 1 or 2.
These functions can be executed at each level.
If we log on using the name and password for level 0, we can change the password for level 0, 1, 2.
If we log on using the name and password for level 1, we can change the password for level 1, 2.
If we log on using the name and password for level 2, we can change the password for level 2.
From level 0 it is possible to change the name for level 1, 2.
From level 1 it is possible to change the name for level 2.
After inserting the name it is necessary to reinsert the password. Use parameter -ab to simultaneously change the name and password for the selected level.
When using parameter
-aMname with the stated name we
are not queried for the name by
Similarly it is possible to use the parameter for inserting a new name
-aNname when changing a name using
This differs from local access in the use of parameter
-daADDRESS (watch the character order!),
which contains the address of the destination CU, and also the need to
use a name and password.
netlock -da69112233 -au
|to a query
|to a query
The result is acknowledged with the message
Other operations can also be performed remotely in a similar manner.
Reading names from a remote CU is not possible. However, if remote
CU is connected to the PC via a service cable it then behaves as in the
case of local access. This means that it is possible to perform the same
operations with parameters
as in the CU connected via the service cable.
Common – se chapter Section 1.2.4, “Common parameters for all applications”
Special – parameters for Netlock application:
Application commands: Locker options: -as -al -au -aMnnn -aNnnn -ap[X] -an[X] -ab[X] -al: lock -au: unlock -aMnnn: set my name -aNnnn: set new name -ap: change my password -apX: change password for user level X -an : change my name * -anX: change name for user level X -ab : change both my name and my password * -abX: change both name and password for user level X -as : locker status -aL : local mode - in remote modem is jack Lines marked by * make sense in local mode only. My password and New password will be requested from the prompt.
-al locking CU
-au unlocking CU
-aMnnn preset of user name
-aNnnn inserting a new name
-ap0 -ap1 -ap2 inserting a new password for level 0,1,2
-an1 -an2 inserting a new name for level 1,2
-ab1 -ab2 inserting a new name and password for level 1,2
-as state CU
-aL local mode