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Single Slot Primary Management Module For Point System Chassis / Mfr. No.: Cpsmm-120

Single Slot Primary Management Module For Point System Chassis / Mfr. No.: Cpsmm-120
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Item Number: tra-cpsmm120
Vendor Number: CPSMM-120
Vendor: Transition Networks
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This device occupies a single slot in the Point System chassis it is installed in and will fully support all Focal Point management features. The CPSMM-120 has a DB-9 serial interface for the CLI (command line interface) as well as a 10Base-T RJ-45 interface for network management. The CPSMM-120 should be used when the Point System chassis is intended to be used as a stand-alone device (when the user does not intend to stack multiple Point System Chassis' together).

General Information

ManufacturerTransition Networks, Inc
Manufacturer Part NumberCPSMM-120
Manufacturer Website Address
Product NameManagement Module
Product TypeManagement Module

Technical Information

Application/UsageNetwork Management


Interfaces/Ports Details1 x RJ-45 Port Ethernet LAN

Media & Performance

Media Type SupportedTwisted Pair
Network TechnologySerial
Maximum Data Transfer Rate10 Mbit/s

Physical Characteristics



Additional InformationSecurity features of the Transition Networks Point System SNMP Agent:
Transition's Focal Point SNMP management platform was designed with several levels of security to ensure that your network is accessible only to those who are authorized. Telnet, HTTP, and SNMPv1, the standard protocols used by the Point System SNMP Agent, are inherently insecure. However, the Agent has a set of proprietary security features that will prevent access by all but the most sophisticated, determined intruders.

Passwords / Community Names:
  • "Community Name" is synonymous with "password" in SNMPv1 parlance. Nearly all SNMP systems (including the Point System) have at least two Community Names, each providing a distinct set of read and write privileges. A particular set of privileges is known as a "MIB View." Most systems have a "Private" Community Name whose MIB View includes read-write access to all MIB Variables, and a "Public" Community Name whose MIB View is read-only and is sometimes restricted to a smaller set of MIB variables.

  • Versions of the Point System Agent published after November, 2001 contain an internal IP filter that can be configured through the CLI command FWALL. Each rule entered into the IP filter matches packets based on source IP address, destination protocol, destination port, or some combination of the three. Each rule also contains a "drop" or "pass" action, making it possible to configure the filter with either a "default accept" or a "default deny" philosophy.


Limited WarrantyLifetime
Additional Warranty InformationEffective for Products Shipped May 1, 1999 and After. Every Transition Networks' labeled product purchased after May 1, 1999 will be free from defects in material and workmanship for its lifetime. This warranty covers the original user only and is not transferable.

This warranty does not cover damage from accident, acts of God, neglect, contamination, misuse or abnormal conditions of operation or handling, including over-voltage failures caused by use outside of the product's specified rating, or normal wear and tear of mechanical components. If the user is unsure about the proper means of installing or using the equipment, contact Transition Networks' free technical support services.