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Old 07-24-2004, 06:21 PM   #1
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u.s. robotics courier modem

I've just installed a courier 56k modem on my Debian+Windows computer. I was surprised when pppconfig couldn't find it??? anyway I directed the utility to where the modem was i.e. com port 4 and it did dial out but doesn't complete the connection. I've read the unix setup sheet on the courier site at u.s. robotics, in as much as I've got the dip switches in their right locations 3-5-8-10 in the down or 'on' positon. I changed the ATZ string to AT&F but didn't add any more commands than that.

anyone using this type of modem with Debian can you suggest a workable configuation?

My ISP uses V.92 as their modem standard, but their server is too far away or goes through too many digital to analog switches to work on my end, so I assume it has reverted to V something else. However, this is a V everything modem.

Any suggestions would be appreciated




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