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Old 01-01-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
Dave_Devnull
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Serial Modem - SupraExpress 56e PRO SUP2311 AT command reference


Not strictly Linux - apologies - but a stab in the dark as so many varied folk drop by here.

I have a SupraExpress 56e PRO (Sup 2311). This great old serial modem was hooked up to my old dial-up machine some ten years ago. Since then it has been used for fax on and off.

My memory may be playing tricks, but I'm sure when I ran it on Windows with 'supervoice' it did caller id (UK spec) without any problems *I MAY BE MISTAKEN*.

I don't have the manual, and Diamond don't support these anymore so I've spent the day trying all the AT commands I can find that would normally enable/test caller ID but they all throw 'error'.

Either this unit never supported CID (I'm almost certain it did) or I have not got the right AT commands to fire it up. A selection of the commands tried via minicom are:

Quote:
AT#CID=1
AT#CLS=8#CID=1
AT#CID=2
AT%CCID=1
AT%CCID=2
AT+VCID=1
AT#CC1
AT*ID1
AT+VRID?
By any chance does anyone have a full AT command reference for this specific unit?

I've managed to get this much out of it as far as firmware et al are concerned:

Quote:
ati3
Rev 2.000-01 (c) 1993-1998
SupraExpress 56e PRO

ati6
016 UK 010

ati7
RCV56DPF-PLL L8571A Rev 33.00/33.00
 
Old 01-05-2010, 10:57 PM   #2
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Don't know if this will help you, but have a look at this site:http://www.identafone.com/modems.html

There was some info regarding British telephone systems there. Google search for "caller id supra modem" came up with some possible information.

Tom (retired penguin)
 
Old 01-06-2010, 03:15 AM   #3
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Thanks Tom, but that just takes me back ultimately to Diamonds website and they no longer offer any support. There are driver downloads for Windows - but the full manual with the AT strings is not offered :-(

Thanks anyway - really appreciated.
 
Old 07-07-2010, 05:48 PM   #4
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Supra Express

Hi Dave:

if you give me an email address I can send you copies of the manual from my disk, sorry I am late..
livepeanuts@yahoo.co.uk
 
  


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