CEMT SET commands
The SET command changes the status of one or more named instances of a resource (such as a terminal), a particular subgroup of resources (such as a class of terminals), or all resources of a particular type (such as all terminals).
The SET command makes the changes that you specify, and displays the new status of the resources. No changes are made if there are syntax errors in the SET command.
To change the attributes of a resource, enter SET (or a suitable abbreviation) on the command line. The keywords you can use with CEMT SET are described in the rest of this section.
sets terminal TRM1 in service.
SET TERMINAL(TRM1) INSERVICE
SET TERMINAL(TRM1 TRM2 TRM3) INSERVICE
sets terminals TRM1, TRM2, and TRM3 in service.
SET TERMINAL(TRM1,TRM2,TRM3) INSERVICE
sets all terminals with identifiers starting with TRM in service.
SET TERMINAL(TRM*) INSERVICE
sets all terminals in service.
SET TERMINAL ALL INSERVICE
produces an error.
SET TERMINAL INSERVICE