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1. Take the secondary T/Mon NOC offline and exit Monitor Mode.
2. From the Master menu, choose Parameters > Remote Ports. Choose F)ind, and enter the number of a virtual port numbered 30 or higher.
3. Select the Port Usage field, press Tab to select the List Box, and choose TMonNet Responder.
4. Press F6 to access the Data Connection screen and create a UDP data connection for the TMonNet Responder port. (For full instructions on creating data connections, see the T/MonXM 4.2 User Manual, Section Seven, “Parameters Menu,” page 7-35.)
Note: Write down the UDP port used for this data connection, because you'll need to use this information in Step 7, below.
5. Choose F)ind and select another virtual port numbered 30 or higher. In the Port Usage field, press Tab to select the List Box and choose TMonNet Interrogator.
Note: The protocol selected for TMonNet Interrogator must be DCPf.
6. Press F6 to access the Data Connection screen and create a UDP data connection for the TMonNet Interrogator port.
7. Press F1 to access the Remote Device Definition screen. Create Device ID 1, which will be the primary T/Mon NOC. Enter the IP address of the primary T/Mon NOC and the UDP port used for the TMonNet Responder port's data connection. The ports need to match, because the TMonNet Interrogator will be interrogating the TMonNet Responder.
8. Create Device ID 2, which will be the secondary T/Mon NOC. Enter the IP address of the secondary T/Mon NOC, and the same UDP port number. Again, this should match the port of the TMonNet Responder's data connection.
9. TMonNet is now available to synchronize databases between the primary and secondary T/Mon NOCs. Initialize the T/Mon NOC system and enter Monitor Mode. Then press Shift + F10 to access the Network Status screen.
10. Press F1 to send the database from the secondary T/Mon NOC to the primary T/Mon NOC. The primary T/Mon NOC will initialize and return to Monitor Mode after the transfer is complete.
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