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Old 10-18-2005, 03:41 PM   #1
bayard
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Problem connecting to remote fax machine


I have a Toshiba Tecra 8100, which comes with a Lucent Mars winmodem.
I am running Debian Sarge 2.6.11. I downloaded efax to enable me to use my box for sending faxes, and everything worked OK with the first fax no I tried - see first log below, however, I then tried sending to another fax and found that the modem dialed out OK and connected. I could hear it dialling and sending the calling signal, then I could hear the answering signal from the remote modem, but then after the answering signal had repeated twice, the connection was dropped - see second log below.

Why should my modem communicate with one machine but not the other? The only other information I can supply is that the machine that I can connect to is an almost ten year old Panasonic, whereas the other is pretty well state-of-the-art. My
computer is pretty elderly, too, about six years old.

I have tried downloading and installing the latest driver for my modem, but the problem persists. Do I have to get another modem? I'd prefer not to as the internal modem works fine for dial-up. Has anyone else had this problem?




efax: Sat Oct 1 12:31:18 2005 efax v 0.9a-001114 Copyright 1999 Ed Casas
efax: 31:18 compiled Dec 2 2004 14:28:56
efax: 31:18 TIFF version 4.2 file (little-endian)
efax: 31:18 TIFF directory at 8 with 20 tags, last image.
efax: 31:18 page 1 : /tmp/zVCawy.001 + 338 : 1728x2292 @ 204x196 dpi TIFF/FAX
efax: 31:18 argv[0]=efax
efax: 31:18 argv[1]=-v
efax: 31:18 argv[2]=ewin
efax: 31:18 argv[3]=-v
efax: 31:18 argv[4]=chewmainrxtf
efax: 31:18 argv[5]=-d/dev/modem
efax: 31:18 argv[6]=-x
efax: 31:18 argv[7]=/var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 31:18 argv[8]=-iZ
efax: 31:18 argv[9]=-i&FE&D2S7=15
efax: 31:18 argv[10]=-i&C0
efax: 31:18 argv[11]=-iM1L0
efax: 31:18 argv[12]=-l
efax: 31:18 argv[13]=+44 8707 620764
efax: 31:18 argv[14]=-kZ
efax: 31:18 argv[15]=-h
efax: 31:18 argv[16]=2005/10/01 12:31 +44 8707 620764 Conservation Building Services Ltd p. %d/%d
efax: 31:18 argv[17]=-t
efax: 31:18 argv[18]=T661295
efax: 31:18 argv[19]=/tmp/zVCawy.001
efax: 31:18 created text lock file /var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 31:18 opened /dev/modem
efax: 31:18 command "Q0V1"
efax: 31:18 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:18 .984 [ATQ0V1<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 31:18 .984 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:18 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "Z"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .182 [ATZ<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 .182 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "&FE&D2S7=15"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .351 [AT&FE&D2S7=15<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 .351 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "&C0"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .469 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "M1L0"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .589 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "E0"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .709 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "I3"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .829 [<CR><LF>LT V.92 Data+Fax Modem Version 8.30<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 .829 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:19 command "+FCLASS=?"
efax: 31:19 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:19 .949 [<CR><LF>0,1<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 .949 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:19 response "OK"
efax: 31:20 command "+FCLASS=1"
efax: 31:20 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:20 .069 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:20 response "OK"
efax: 31:20 using LT V.92 Data+Fax Modem Version 8.30 in class 1
efax: 31:20 command "+FTM=?"
efax: 31:20 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:20 .189 [<CR><LF>3,24,48,72,73,74,96,97,98,121,122,145,146<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:20 .189 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:20 response "OK"
efax: 31:20 dialing T661295
efax: 31:20 command "DT661295"
efax: 31:20 waiting 120.0 s
efax: 31:37 .942 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:37 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:37 connected
efax: 31:39 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:39 .592 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:39 response "OK"
efax: 31:39 received 22 bytes:
efax: 31:39 ff 03 20 00 00 79 00 00 00 03 0f 09 13 00 10 05
efax: 31:39 02 95 c8 58 79 93
efax: 31:39 received UNKNOWN
efax: 31:39 Warning: bit-reversed HDLC frame, reversing bit order
efax: 31:39 command "+FRH=3"
efax: 31:39 waiting 35.0 s
efax: 31:39 .612 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:39 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:40 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:40 .292 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:40 response "OK"
efax: 31:40 received 25 bytes:
efax: 31:40 ff c0 02 ac 9c 4c 04 8c 6c 6c 04 6c 2c 6c 8c 0c
efax: 31:40 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 60 8d
efax: 31:40 received CSI - answering ID
efax: 31:40 remote ID -> 01646 661 295
efax: 31:40 command "+FRH=3"
efax: 31:40 waiting 35.0 s
efax: 31:40 .312 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:40 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:40 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:40 .622 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:40 response "OK"
efax: 31:40 received 11 bytes:
efax: 31:40 ff c8 01 00 f3 1d 23 01 88 c9 d8
efax: 31:40 received DIS - answering capabilities
efax: 31:40 remote has document(s) to send, and can receive
efax: 31:40 local 196lpi 14.4kbps 8.5"/215mm any 1D - - 0ms
efax: 31:40 remote 196lpi 9600bps 8.5"/215mm any 2D ECM-64 - 20/10ms
efax: 31:40 session 196lpi 9600bps 8.5"/215mm any 1D - - 10ms
efax: 31:40 command "+FTH=3"
efax: 31:40 waiting 3.1 s
efax: 31:41 .582 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:41 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:41 sent 23 bytes:
efax: 31:41 ff c0 c2 2c 6c ec 0c 4c 6c 04 ec 0c ec 1c 04 2c
efax: 31:41 2c d4 04 04 04 04 04
efax: 31:41 sent TSI - caller ID
efax: 31:41 waiting 13.6 s
efax: 31:41 .602 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:41 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:41 sent 6 bytes: ff c8 c1 00 62 14
efax: 31:41 sent DCS - session format
efax: 31:41 waiting 13.6 s
efax: 31:42 .702 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:42 response "OK"
efax: 31:42 command "+FTM=96"
efax: 31:42 waiting 3.1 s
efax: 31:42 .782 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:42 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:42 waiting 30.0 s
efax: 31:44 .572 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:44 response "OK"
efax: 31:44 sent TCF - channel check of 1800 bytes
efax: 31:44 command "+FRS=1"
efax: 31:44 waiting 3.0 s
efax: 31:44 .602 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:44 response "OK"
efax: 31:44 command "+FRH=3"
efax: 31:44 waiting 3.0 s
efax: 31:44 .892 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:44 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:46 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:46 .092 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:46 response "OK"
efax: 31:46 received 5 bytes: ff c8 21 57 be
efax: 31:46 received CFR - channel OK
efax: 31:46 command "+FTM=96"
efax: 31:46 waiting 3.1 s
efax: 31:46 .192 [<CR><LF>CONNECT<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:46 response "CONNECT"
efax: 31:47 padding to 12 bytes/scan line.
efax: 31:47 header:[2005/10/01 12:31 +44 8707 620764 Conservation Building Services Ltd p. 1/1]
efax: 31:49 Error: terminating on signal 2
efax: 31:49 failed -> /tmp/zVCawy.001
efax: 31:49 command "Q0V1"
efax: 31:49 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:51 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:53 command "Q0V1"
efax: 31:53 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:55 sync: dropping DTR
efax: 31:55 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:55 .904 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:55 response "OK"
efax: 31:55 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:58 command "Q0V1"
efax: 31:58 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 31:58 .025 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:58 response "OK"
efax: 31:58 command "Z"
efax: 31:58 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 31:58 .221 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 31:58 response "OK"
efax: 31:58 read HDB pid 8208 [ 8208<LF>] from /var/lock/LCK..modem (our pid)
efax: 31:58 removed lock file /var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 31:58 done, returning 5 (terminated by signal)



efax: Sat Oct 1 12:06:20 2005 efax v 0.9a-001114 Copyright 1999 Ed Casas
efax: 06:20 compiled Dec 2 2004 14:28:56
efax: 06:20 TIFF version 4.2 file (little-endian)
efax: 06:20 TIFF directory at 8 with 20 tags, last image.
efax: 06:20 page 1 : /tmp/kXtucv.001 + 338 : 1728x2292 @ 204x196 dpi TIFF/FAX
efax: 06:20 argv[0]=efax
efax: 06:20 argv[1]=-v
efax: 06:20 argv[2]=ewin
efax: 06:20 argv[3]=-v
efax: 06:20 argv[4]=chewmainrxtf
efax: 06:20 argv[5]=-d/dev/modem
efax: 06:20 argv[6]=-x
efax: 06:20 argv[7]=/var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 06:20 argv[8]=-iZ
efax: 06:20 argv[9]=-i&FE&D2S7=15
efax: 06:20 argv[10]=-i&C0
efax: 06:20 argv[11]=-iM1L0
efax: 06:20 argv[12]=-l
efax: 06:20 argv[13]=+44 8707 620764
efax: 06:20 argv[14]=-kZ
efax: 06:20 argv[15]=-h
efax: 06:20 argv[16]=2005/10/01 12:06 +44 8707 620764 Conservation Building Services Ltd p. %d/%d
efax: 06:20 argv[17]=-t
efax: 06:20 argv[18]=T661639
efax: 06:20 argv[19]=/tmp/kXtucv.001
efax: 06:20 created text lock file /var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 06:20 opened /dev/modem
efax: 06:20 command "Q0V1"
efax: 06:20 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 06:20 .953 [ATQ0V1<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 06:20 .953 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:20 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "Z"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .149 [ATZ<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 .149 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "&FE&D2S7=15"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .309 [AT&FE&D2S7=15<CR><CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 .309 [OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "&C0"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .429 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "M1L0"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .549 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "E0"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .669 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "I3"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .789 [<CR><LF>LT V.92 Data+Fax Modem Version 8.30<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 .789 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:21 command "+FCLASS=?"
efax: 06:21 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:21 .910 [<CR><LF>0,1<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 .910 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:21 response "OK"
efax: 06:22 command "+FCLASS=1"
efax: 06:22 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:22 .029 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:22 response "OK"
efax: 06:22 using LT V.92 Data+Fax Modem Version 8.30 in class 1
efax: 06:22 command "+FTM=?"
efax: 06:22 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:22 .149 [<CR><LF>3,24,48,72,73,74,96,97,98,121,122,145,146<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:22 .149 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:22 response "OK"
efax: 06:22 dialing T661639
efax: 06:22 command "DT661639"
efax: 06:22 waiting 120.0 s
efax: 06:44 .851 [<CR><LF>NO CARRIER<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:44 response "NO CARRIER"
efax: 06:44 Error: dial command failed
efax: 06:44 failed -> /tmp/kXtucv.001
efax: 06:44 command "Q0V1"
efax: 06:44 waiting 2.0 s
efax: 06:44 .971 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:44 response "OK"
efax: 06:45 command "Z"
efax: 06:45 waiting 5.0 s
efax: 06:45 .172 [<CR><LF>OK<CR><LF>]
efax: 06:45 response "OK"
efax: 06:45 read HDB pid 7157 [ 7157<LF>] from /var/lock/LCK..modem (our pid)
efax: 06:45 removed lock file /var/lock/LCK..modem
efax: 06:45 done, returning 2 (unrecoverable error)
 
  


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