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Old 07-11-2008, 04:58 PM   #16
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Connecting two modems with simple Phone wire with 2 RJ-11 plugs will Work


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Originally Posted by michaelk View Post
AFAIK directly connecting two modems together will not work.
Will WORK
Today I tested this leasedline scenario.
Connecting two modems with simple Phone wire with 2 RJ-11 plugs. One internalmodem (Rockwell chipset) and an extrernal modem.

1.Issue the hayes command AT &L1 to both modems, leasedline operations.
2.Issue the hayes command AT X3 to both modems, disable 'detect dial tone'.
3.Issue the hayes command AT D to one of the two modems, to dial out.
4.Issue the hayes command AT A to the other answering modem, to answer.

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