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..no właśnie.Jak temu zaradzić??? Po kilku minutach zaczyna piszczeć i się
wyłącza(restartuje).Tą opcję już wyłączyłem,ale pisk pozostał.Co robić???
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        • Gość: madga TI chip V.90 command string IP: *.nas1.honolulu1.hi.us.da.qwest.net 08.04.04, 16:54
          Oleg napisał(a):

          ) @magda !!!
          ) Po podłączeniu sie do sieci modem ciągle piszczy. Wszedłem w opcje modemu i
          ) wyłączyłem głos, ale to nic nie dało.!!!
          ) Co jeszcze mogę zrobić????

          "Piszczenia" nie uciszysz opcjami.
          MODEM jest ustawiony po przez AT "strings".
          Z tego co piszesz twoj modem (dial-up?) ma wlaczony speaker "caly czas"
          podczas tramsmisji.

          Modem (MOdulator - DEModulator) uzywa kilku kodow V90, V92, V 42, V34 ....

          W zaleznosci od tego jaki ma chip sa rozne linie komand aby podac
          instrukcje dla modemu jak ma sie zachowywac.

          Np TI chip for V.90 ma taki set commands:

          Ln n=0 Low Speaker Volume

          n=1 Low Speaker Volume

          n=2 Med Speaker Volume

          n=3 Hi Speaker Volume

          Mn n=0 Speaker OFF

          n=1 Speaker ON Until CD

          n=2 Speaker Always ON

          n=3 Speaker OFF During Dial

          W TYM WYPADKU dla TI chip musisz dodac modem initialization advanced
          string "L0M1" (low speaker volume, modem OFF po polaczemiu).

          Tu masz przyklad V90 command initialisation string dla MOdemu z TI chip :

          AT&FE0V1&A3&B1&D2&S0&C1S0=0
          ATS7=60S19=0M1&M4&K1&H1&R2&I0B0X4

          Standards and Protocols Supported
          V.90 56 Kbps ITU Standard
          V.34 33.6 Kbps ITU Standard
          Compatible with ITU and Bell standards from 56Kbps down to 1200 bps
          V.42bis/MNP5 data compression
          V.42/MNP2-4 error control
          Faxing: Class 1 and 2.0 Group III send and recieve


          The list of AT commands for modem.

          BASIC DATA COMMANDS:

          (control key)S Stop or restart help screens.

          (control key)C or (control key)K Stop help screens.

          $ Use in conjunction with D, S, or & commands (or just AT) to display a
          basic command list; online help.

          A Manual Answer: Goes off hook in answer mode. Pressing any key aborts the
          operations.

          A/ Re-executes the last issued command. Used mainly to re-dial. Does not
          require the AT prefix or
          a Carriage Return.

          A) Re-executes the last issued command continuously, until the user
          intervenes or the command is executed forever.
          Does not require the AT prefix or a Carriage Return.

          Any key Aborts off-hook dial/answer operation and hangs up.

          AT Required command prefix, except with A/, +++, and A).
          Use alone to test for OK result code.

          Bn U.S./ITU-T answer sequence.
          B0 ITU-T answer sequence
          B1 U.S. answer tone

          Dn Dials the specified phone number.

          Includes the following:

          0-9 Numeric digits
          #, * Extended touch-tone pad tones
          L Dials the last dialed number.
          P Pulse (rotary) dial
          R Originates call using answer (reverse) frequencies.
          Sn Dials the phone number string stored in NVRAM at position n (n = 0*3).
          Phone numbers are stored with the &Zn=s command.

          T Tone dial

          , (Comma) Pause. Linked to S8 register.
          ; (Semicolon) Return to Command mode after dialing.
          " Dials the letters that follow (in an alphabetical phone number).
          ! (Exclamation point) Flashes the switch hook.
          / Delays for 125 ms. before proceeding with dial string.
          W Wait for second dial tone (X2 or X4); linked to S6 register.
          @ Dials, waits for quiet answer, and continues (X3 or higher).
          $ Displays a list of Dial commands.

          En Sets local echo.
          E0 Echo OFF
          E1 Modem displays keyboard commands

          Fn Sets online local echo of transmitted data ON/OFF.
          F0 Local echo ON. Modem sends a copy of the data it sends to the remote
          system to your screen.
          F1 Local echo OFF. Receiving system may send a remote echo of data it
          receives.

          Hn Controls ON/OFF hook.
          H0 Hangs up (goes on hook).
          H1 Goes off hook.

          In Displays the following information.
          I0 Four-digit product code
          I1 Results of ROM checksum
          I2 Results of RAM checksum
          I3 Product type
          I4 Current modem settings
          I5 Nonvolatile memory (NVRAM) settings
          I6 Link diagnostics
          I7 Product configuration
          I9 Plug and Play information
          I11 Extended link diagnostics

          Ln Controls speaker volume (internals only).
          L0 Low volume
          L1 Low volume
          L2 Medium volume
          L3 High volume

          Mn Operates speaker
          M0 Speaker always OFF
          M1 Speaker ON until CONNECT
          M2 Speaker always ON
          M3 Speaker ON after dial, until CONNECT

          On Returns online
          O0 Returns online
          O1 Returns online and retrains

          P Sets pulse dial (for phone lines that don''t support touch-tone dialing).

          Qn Displays/suppresses result codes.
          Q0 Displays result codes
          Q1 Quiet mode; no result codes
          Q2 Displays result codes only in Originate mode.

          Sr=n Sets register r to n.
          Sr? Displays contents of S-Register r.
          S$ Displays a list of the S-Registers.

          T Sets tone dial.

          Vn Displays verbal/numeric result codes.
          V0 Numeric codes
          V1 Verbal codes

          Xn Sets result code displayed. Default is X4.

          Yn Selects power-on/reset default configuration.
          Y0 Use profile 0 setting in NVRAM
          Y1 Use profile 1 setting in NVRAM
          Y2 Use factory configuration 0.
          Y3 Use factory configuration 1.
          Y4 Use factory configuration 2

          Z Resets modem.
          Z0 Resets modem to NVRAM profile selected by Y command or dip 7.
          Z1 Resets modem to NVRAM profile 0
          Z2 Resets modem to NVRAM profile 1
          Z3 Resets modem to factory default profile 0 (&F0)
          Z4 Resets modem to factory default profile 1 (&F1)
          Z5 Resets modem to factory default profile 2 (&F2)

          EXTENDED DATA COMMANDS

          &$ Displays a list of ampersand (&) commands.

          &An Enables/disables added result code subsets (see Xn).
          &A0 ARQ result codes disabled
          &A1 ARQ result codes enabled
          &A2 V.32 modulation indicator added
          &A3 Protocol indicators added*LAPM/MNP/NONE (error control) and V42bis/MNP5
          (data compression)

          &Bn Manages modem''s serial port rate.
          &B0 Variable, follows connection rate
          &B1 Fixed serial port rate
          &B2 Fixed in ARQ mode, variable in non-ARQ mode

          &Cn Controls Carrier Detect (CD) signal.
          &C0 CD override
          &C1 Normal CD operations

          &Dn Controls Data Terminal Ready (DTR) operations.
          &D0 DTR override
          &D1 DTR toggle causes online Command mode
          &D2 Normal DTR operations
          &D3 Resets on receipt of DTR

          &Fn Loads a read-only (non-programmable) factory configuration.
          &F0 Generic template
          &F1 Hardware flow control template
          &F2 Software flow control template

          &Gn Sets Guard Tone.
          &G0 No guard tone, U.S. and Canada
          &G1 550 Hz guard tone, some European countries, requires B0 setting.
          &G2 1800 Hz guard tone, U.K., requires B0 setting.

          &Hn Sets Transmit Data (TD) flow control (see also &Rn).
          &H0 Flow control disabled
          &H1 Hardware flow control, Clear to Send (CTS)
          &H2 Software flow control, XON/XOFF
          &H3 Hardware and software flow control

          &In Sets Receive Data (RD) software flow control (see also &Rn).
          &I0 Software flow control disabled
          &I1 XON/XOFF signals to your modem and remote system
          &I2 XON/XOFF signals to your modem only

          &Kn Enables/disables data compression.
          &K0 Data compression disabled
          &K1 Auto enable/disable
          &K2 Data compression enabled
          &K3 MNP5 compression disabled

          &Mn Sets Error Control (ARQ) for connections at 1200 bps and higher.
          &M0 Normal mode, error control disabled
          &M4 Normal/ARQ
          &M5 ARQ mode

          - *Note:
          This default setting should be sufficient for most users.
          &Nn sets the ceiling connect speed.
          &N0 Connection speed is determined by the remote modem.
          * - If connection cannot be made at this speed, the modem will hang up.

          * -Note:
          When used in conjunction with &Un and &Un is greater than 0,

          &N)0 Connects at highest speed at or below &Nn.
          * - &Un sets the floor connect speed (see also the table in the &Un section).

          &N1 300 bps
          &N2 1200 bps
          &N3 2400 bps
          &N4 4800 bps
          &N5 7200 bps
          &N6 9600 bps
          &N7 12,000 bps
          &N8 14,400 bps
          &N9 16,800 bps
          &N10 19,200 bps
          &
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            &Mn Sets Error Control (ARQ) for connections at 1200 bps and higher.
            &M0 Normal mode, error control disabled
            &M4 Normal/ARQ
            &M5 ARQ mode

            - *Note:
            This default setting should be sufficient for most users.
            &Nn sets the ceiling connect speed.
            &N0 Connection speed is determined by the remote modem.
            * - If connection cannot be made at this speed, the modem will hang up.

            * -Note:
            When used in conjunction with &Un and &Un is greater than 0,

            &N)0 Connects at highest speed at or below &Nn.
            * - &Un sets the floor connect speed (see also the table in the &Un section).

            &N1 300 bps
            &N2 1200 bps
            &N3 2400 bps
            &N4 4800 bps
            &N5 7200 bps
            &N6 9600 bps
            &N7 12,000 bps
            &N8 14,400 bps
            &N9 16,800 bps
            &N10 19,200 bps
            &N11 21,600 bps
            &N12 24,000 bps
            &N13 26,400 bps
            &N14 28,800 bps
            &N15 31,200 bps
            &N16 33,600 bps

            * - Note:
            &N17 through &N39 apply only to V.90 products.

            &N17 28,000 bps
            &N18 29,333 bps
            &N19 30,666 bps
            &N20 32,000 bps
            &N21 33,333 bps
            &N22 34,666 bps
            &N23 36,000 bps
            &N24 37,333 bps
            &N25 38,666 bps
            &N26 40,000 bps
            &N27 41,333 bps
            &N28 42,666 bps
            &N29 44,000 bps
            &N30 45,333 bps
            &N31 46,666 bps
            &N32 48,000 bps
            &N33 49,333 bps
            &N34 50,666 bps
            &N35 52,000 bps
            &N36 53,333 bps
            &N37 54,666 bps
            &N38 56,000 bps
            &N39 57,333 bps

            &Pn Sets pulse (rotary) dial make/break ratio.
            &P0 U.S./Canada ratio, 39%/61%
            &P1 U.K. ratio, 33%/67%

            &Rn Sets Receive Data (RD) hardware flow control, Request to Send (RTS) (see
            also &Hn).
            &R0 Reserved
            &R1 Modem ignores RTS
            &R2 Received Data to computer only on RTS

            &Sn Controls Data Set Ready (DSR) operations.
            &S0 DSR override; always ON
            &S1 Modem controls DSR

            &Tn Begins test modes.
            &T0 Ends testing
            &T1 Analog Loopback
            &T2 Reserved
            &T3 Local Digital Loopback
            &T4 Enables Remote Digital Loopback
            &T5 Prohibits Remote Digital Loopback
            &T6 Initiates Remote Digital Loopback
            &T7 Remote Digital with self-test and error detector
            &T8 Analog Loopback with self-test and error detector

            &Un With n ) 0, sets the floor connect speed (lowest acceptable connection
            speed).
            * -Note:
            If your modem cannot connect to the remote modem at or above the speed set with
            this command, it will hang up.
            &Un sets the floor connect speed.

            &N=0 &U=0 Connects at highest available speed.

            * - Note:
            This default setting should be sufficient for most users.
            &N)0 Connects at highest speed at or below &Nn.
            &U)0 Connects at highest speed above &Un.
            &N)0 &U)0 Connects at highest speed between &Nn and &Un

            &U0 No minimum connection speed.
            &U1 300 bps
            &U2 1200 bps
            &U3 2400 bps
            &U4 4800 bps
            &U5 7200 bps
            &U6 9600 bps
            &U7 12,000 bps
            &U8 14,400 bps
            &U9 16,800 bps
            &U10 19,200 bps
            &U11 21,600 bps
            &U12 24,000 bps
            &U13 26,400 bps
            &U14 28,800 bps
            &U15 31,200 bps
            &U16 33,600 bps

            Note: &U17 through &U39 apply only to V.90 products.

            &U17 28,000 bps
            &U18 29,333 bps
            &U19 30,666 bps
            &U20 32,000 bps
            &U21 33,333 bps
            &U22 34,666 bps
            &U23 36,000 bps
            &U24 37,333 bps
            &U25 38,666 bps
            &U26 40,000 bps
            &U27 41,333 bps
            &U28 42,666 bps
            &U29 44,000 bps
            &U30 45,333 bps
            &U31 46,666 bps
            &U32 48,000 bps
            &U33 49,333 bps
            &U34 50,666 bps
            &U35 52,000 bps
            &U36 53,333 bps
            &U37 54,666 bps
            &U38 56,000 bps
            &U39 57,333 bps

            &Wn Writes current configuration to NVRAM templates.
            &W0 Modifies the NVRAM 0 template (Y0)
            &W1 Modifies the NVRAM 1 template (Y1)

            &Yn Sets break handling.
            &Y0 Destructive, but doesn''t send break
            &Y1 Destructive, expedited
            &Y2 Nondestructive, expedited
            &Y3 Nondestructive, unexpedited

            &Zn=s Writes phone number string s to NVRAM at position n (n = 0*3).
            &Zn=L Writes last executed dial string to NVRAM at position n (n = 0*3).
            &Zn? Displays phone number stored at position n (n = 0*3).
            &ZL? Displays the last executed dial string.

            #CID=n Controls Caller ID feature.
            #CID=0 Caller ID disabled.
            #CID=1 Caller ID enabled with formatted information.
            #CID=2 Caller ID enabled with unformatted information.

            S REGISTERS S0-S42

            - *Note:
            To change a setting use ATSr=n, where r is the register and n is a decimal
            value
            from 0 * 255 (unless otherwise indicated).

            Register/Default/Function

            S0/0/ Sets number of rings on which to answer in Auto Answer mode. When set to
            0, Auto Answer is disabled.

            S1/0/ Counts and stores number of rings from an incoming call. (S0 must be
            greater than 0.)

            S2/43/ Stores ASCII decimal code for the escape code character. Default
            character is +.
            A value of 128 - 255 disables escape code.

            S3/13/ Stores ASCII code for the Carriage Return character. Valid range is 0 -
            127.
            S4/10/ Stores ASCII decimal code for the Line Feed character. Valid range is 0 -
            127.

            S5/8/ Stores ASCII decimal code for the Backspace character.
            A value of 128*255 disables Backspace key''s delete function.

            S6/2/ Sets number of seconds modem waits before dialing. If Xn is set to X2 or
            X4,
            this is time-out length if no dial tone.

            S7/60/ Sets number of seconds modem waits for a carrier. May be increased as
            needed,
            for example to allow modem time to establish an international connection.

            S8/2/ Sets duration, in seconds, for pause (,) option in the Dial command.

            S9/6/ Sets required duration, in tenths of a second, of remote modem''s carrier
            signal before
            recognition by your 3Com U.S. Robotics modem.

            S10/14/ Sets duration, in tenths of a second, that modem waits to hang up after
            loss of carrier.
            This guard time allows your modem to distinguish a line disturbance from a true
            disconnect
            (hang up) by the remote modem. Note: If you set S10 = 255, the modem will not
            hang up when carrier is
            lost. Dropping DTR hangs up the modem.

            Register/Default/Function

            S11/70/ Sets duration and spacing, in milliseconds, for tone dialing.

            S12/50/ Sets duration, in fiftieths of a second, of guard time for escape code
            sequence (+++).

            S13/0/ Bit-mapped register. Select the bit(s) you want on and set S13 to the
            total of the values
            in the Value column.
            For example, ATS13 = 17 enables bit 0 (value is 1) and bit 4 (value is 16).

            Bit, Value, Result

            0, 1, Reset when DTR drops.
            1, 2, Reset non-MNP transmit buffer from 1.5K to 128 bytes.*
            2, 4, Set backspace key to delete.
            3, 8, On DTR signal, autodial the number stored in NVRAM at position 0.
            4, 16, At power on/reset, autodial the number stored in NVRAM at position
            0.
            5, 32, Reserved
            6, 64, Disable quick retrains.
            7, 128, Disconnect on escape code.

            * The 1.5K-byte non-MNP buffer allows data transfer via XModem and YModem file
            transfer protocols
            without flow control.
            The 128-byte option lets remote users with slower modems keep data from
            scrolling off their screens.
            When remote users send an XOFF (Ctrl-S) and you stop transmitting, the data in
            transit from your modem's buffer
            won't exceed the size of their screen or overflow their modem or printer
            buffers.

            Register/Default/Function

            S14/0/ Reserved
            S15/0/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set the register, see instructions for S13.

            Bit, Value, Result

            0, 1, Disable ARQ/MNP for V.22.
            1, 2, Disable ARQ/MNP for V.22bis.
            2, 4, Disable ARQ/MNP V.32/V.32bis.
            3, 8, Disable MNP handshake.
            4, 16, Disable MNP level 4.
            5, 32, Disable MNP level 3.
            6, 64, MNP incompatibility.
            7,128, Disable V.42 operation.
            * - Note:
            To disable V.42 detect phase, select sum of bits 3 and 7 (in other words S15 =
            136 [8 + 128])

            S16/0/ Reserved
            S17/0/ Reserved

            S18/0/ Test timer for &T loopback testing. Sets the time in seconds of testing
            before the modem
            automatically times out and terminates the test. When set to 0, the timer is
            disabled.
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              * The 1.5K-byte non-MNP buffer allows data transfer via XModem and YModem file
              transfer protocols without flow control.

              The 128-byte option lets remote users with slower modems keep data from
              scrolling off their screens.

              When remote users send an XOFF (Ctrl-S) and you stop transmitting, the data in
              transit from your modem's buffer
              won't exceed the size of their screen or overflow their modem or printer
              buffers.

              Register/Default/Function

              S14/0/ Reserved
              S15/0/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set the register, see instructions for S13.

              Bit, Value, Result

              0, 1, Disable ARQ/MNP for V.22.
              1, 2, Disable ARQ/MNP for V.22bis.
              2, 4, Disable ARQ/MNP V.32/V.32bis.
              3, 8, Disable MNP handshake.
              4, 16, Disable MNP level 4.
              5, 32, Disable MNP level 3.
              6, 64, MNP incompatibility.
              7,128, Disable V.42 operation.
              * - Note:
              To disable V.42 detect phase, select sum of bits 3 and 7 (in other words S15 =
              136 [8 + 128])

              S16/0/ Reserved
              S17/0/ Reserved

              S18/0/ Test timer for &T loopback testing. Sets the time in seconds of testing
              before the modem
              automatically times out and terminates the test. When set to 0, the timer is
              disabled.
              Valid range is 1-255.

              S19/0/ Sets duration, in minutes, for inactivity timer. This timer activates
              when there is no data
              activity on the phone line; at time-out the modem hangs up. S19 = 0 disables
              the timer.

              S20/0/ Reserved

              S21/10/ Sets length, in 10-millisecond units, of breaks sent from the modem to
              the computer;
              applies to MNP or V.42 mode only.

              S22/17/ Stores ASCII decimal code for the XON character.
              S23/19/ Stores ASCII decimal code for the XOFF character.

              S24/0/ Reserved

              S25/20/ Sets duration, in hundredths of a second, of a true DTR drop. Prevents
              modem from
              interpreting random glitches as DTR loss. (Most users will use the default;
              this register is useful for
              compatibility with older systems and operating software.)

              S26/0/ Reserved

              S27/0/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set the register, see instructions for S13.

              Bit, Value, Result

              0, 1, Enables ITU-T V.21 modulation at 300 bps for overseas calls; in V.21
              mode, the modem answers
              both overseas and domestic (U.S. and Canada) calls, but only originates V.21
              calls (default Bell
              103).
              1, 2, Enables unencoded (non-trellis coded) modulation in V.32 mode.
              2, 4, Disables V.32 modulation.
              3, 8, Disables 2100 Hz answer tone to allow two V.42 modems to connect
              faster.
              4, 16, Enables V.23 fallback mode.
              5, 32, Disables V.32bis mode.
              6, 64, Disable V.42 selective reject.
              7, 128, Software compatibility mode. This setting disables the codes and
              displays the 9600 code instead.
              The actual rate of the call can be viewed on the ATI6 screen. Used for
              unusual software incompatibilities.
              Some software may not accept 7200, 12,000, and 14,400 bps or greater
              result codes.

              Register/Default/Function

              S28/0/ Eliminates the V.32 answer tones for a faster connection.
              8 Default item, all times are in tenths of seconds.
              255 Disables all connections except V.32 at 9600 bps.
              S29/20/ Sets the duration, in tenths of a second, of the V.21 answer mode
              fallback timer.
              S30/0/ Reserved
              S31/128/ Reserved
              S32/2/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set the register, see the instructions for
              S13.

              Bit, Value, Register

              0, 1, V.8 Call Indicate enabled.
              1, 2, Enables V.8 mode.
              2, 4, Reserved.
              3, 8, Disable V.34 modulation.
              4, 16, Disable V.34+ modulation.
              5, 32, Disable x2 modulation.
              6, 64, Disable V.90 modulation.
              7, 128, Reserved

              S33/0/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set the register, see the instructions for
              S13.

              Bit, Value, Register

              0, 1, Disable 2400 symbol rate.
              1, 2, Disable 2743 symbol rate.
              2, 4, Disable 2800 symbol rate.
              3, 8, Disable 3000 symbol rate.
              4, 16, Disable 3200 symbol rate.
              5, 32, Disable 3429 symbol rate.
              6, 64, Reserved
              7, 128, Disable shaping.

              S34/0/ Bit-mapped register setup.
              To set registers, see instructions for S13.

              Bit, Value, Register

              0, 1, Disable 8S-2D trellis encoding.
              1, 2, Disable 16S-4D trellis encoding.
              2, 4, Disable 32S-2D trellis encoding.
              3, 8, Disable 64S-4D trellis encoding.
              4, 16, Disable non-linear coding.
              5, 32, Disable TX level deviation.
              6, 64, Disable Pre-emphasis.
              7, 128, Disable Pre-coding.

              Register/Default/Function

              S35-S37 Reserved

              S38/0/ Sets an optional delay, in seconds, before a forced hang-up and clearing
              of the Transmit
              buffer when DTR drops during an ARQ call. This allows time for a remote modem
              to acknowledge receipt
              of all transmitted data before it is disconnected. The modem immediately hangs
              up when DTR drops.
              This option only applies to connections terminated by dropping DTR. If the
              modem receives the ATH
              command, it ignores S38 and immediately hangs up

              S39-S40 Reserved

              S41/0/ Bit-mapped register setup. To set registers, see instructions for S13.

              Bit, Value, Register

              0, 1, Distinctive ring enabled.
              1, 2, Speakerphone connect message override (voice products only).
              2, 4, Disable Digital Line Guard (56K internal faxmodems only).
              3, 8, Message waiting (voice products only).
              4, 16, Reserved.
              5, 32, Reserved.
              6, 64, Reserved.
              7, 128, Reserved.

              S42/0/ Reserved


              Fax Commands

              +FCLASS=n Sets the mode of operation.
              FCLASS=0 Data mode
              FCLASS=1 Group 3 Facsimile Service Class 1 mode
              FCLASS=2.0 Group 3 Facsimile Service Class 2.0 mode

              FCLASS?
              Displays the current FCLASS mode (see descriptions above).

              +FCLASS=?
              Displays the FCLASS mode options (see descriptions above).

              +FTS=n
              Stops the fax transmission. Then the modem waits for a specified time before
              OK appears on screen. The pause is set in 10 millisecond intervals. n is the
              number of 10
              millisecond intervals that pass before OK appears. (n=0-255)

              +FRS=n
              Makes the modem wait for a specified length of silence before sending OK to the
              screen.
              The pause is set in 10 millisecond intervals. n is the number of 10 millisecond
              intervals
              that pass before OK appears. (n=0-255)
              -* Note:
              This command terminates with OK when either the specified amount of silence is
              detected or
              when the user types anything (which is ignored).

              +FTM=n
              Transmits data using the modulation specified by n.
              (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
              - *Note:
              See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for
              an explanation of messages that appear in response to this command.

              +FRM=n
              Receives data using the modulation specified by n.
              (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
              - *Note:
              See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for
              an explanation of messages that appear in response to this command.

              +FTH=n
              Transmits data framed in the HDLC protocol using the modulation specified by
              n. (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
              -*Note:
              See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for an explanation
              of messages that appear
              in response to this command.

              +FRH=n
              Receives data framed in the HDLC protocol using the modulation specified by n.
              (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
              - *Note:
              See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for an explanation
              of messages that appear
              in response to this command.


              Screen Messages

              Numeric Message/ Text Message/ Description

              0/ OK/ The previous command has been processed successfully.
              1/ CONNECT/ The modem has just connected to another modem.
              2/ RING/ Reports the receipt of a network altering ring.
              3/ NO CARRIER/ No carrier is being received fr
              • Gość: madga Re: TI chip V.90 command string IP: *.nas1.honolulu1.hi.us.da.qwest.net 08.04.04, 17:12

                +FTH=n
                Transmits data framed in the HDLC protocol using the modulation specified by
                n. (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
                -*Note:
                See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for an explanation
                of messages that appear
                in response to this command.

                +FRH=n
                Receives data framed in the HDLC protocol using the modulation specified by n.
                (n = 3, 24, 48, 72, 96, 97, 98, 121, 122, 145, or 146)
                - *Note:
                See the "Screen Messages" table at the end of this section for an explanation
                of messages that appear
                in response to this command.


                Screen Messages

                Numeric Message/ Text Message/ Description

                0/ OK/ The previous command has been processed successfully.
                1/ CONNECT/ The modem has just connected to another modem.
                2/ RING/ Reports the receipt of a network altering ring.
                3/ NO CARRIER/ No carrier is being received from the modem.
                4/ ERROR/ The previous command line has not been recognized or
                was completed abnormally.
                6/ NO DIAL TONE/ (Optional) Dial tone was not received within the time-
                out period
                7/ BUSY/ (Optional) A busy signal was deleted.
                64/ (CONNECT/FAX)/ (Optional) The modem has established a fax connection.
                This response is used only when the fax mode is
                selected.

                *******
                V.92 - Commands (Updated 5-Apr-02)
                An effort is underway for a new standard V.250 to define the method for command
                and control of modems. This will allow for standard commands across different
                modem vendors.

                The proposals in V.250 have recently been revised to include V.92-specific
                commands. The Lucent V.92 client implements many of these proposed commands,
                and can also give some insight as to how certain new features will operate.

                Note: All commands that start with + need to terminate with a semicolon if it
                is not the last command in a string, ie: +PCW=1;s38=0. The semicolon should not
                be used if the command is the last in a string, ie: s38=0+PCW=1, except with US
                Robotics modems: USR modems require commands starting with a + to be separated
                from other commands with a space.

                Modulation Select - The familiar +MS= command will be standard; +MS=V92 will be
                the value to select V.92 as preferred modulation.

                Call Waiting - +PCW=# will determine the behavior of the modem if a call-
                waiting signal is detected: the options are 0 - enable for modem-on-hold and
                collect caller-id info if available; 1 - Hang up; 2 - Ignore.

                Modem on Hold - The ISP V.92 client and server can be set to allow or deny
                modem on hold.

                The command +PMH=# enables or disables modem on hold. Both client and server
                modems need #=0 to allow allow modem on hold during a V.92 connection. (#=1
                disables modem on hold.) If it is enabled,

                The command +PMHT=# sets the modem as follows:


                #
                Description

                0 Deny V.92 Modem-on-hold Request

                1 Grant MOH with 10 second timeout

                2 Grant MOH with 20 second timeout

                3 Grant MOH with 30 second timeout

                4 Grant MOH with 40 second timeout

                5 Grant MOH with 1 minute timeout

                6 Grant MOH with 2 minute timeout

                7 Grant MOH with 3 minute timeout

                8 Grant MOH with 4 minute timeout

                9 Grant MOH with 6 minute timeout

                10 Grant MOH with 8 minute timeout

                11 Grant MOH with 12 minute timeout

                12 Grant MOH with 16 minute timeout

                13 Grant MOH with indefinite timeout


                To initiate a modem on hold (the client could place an outgoing call while
                keeping the ISP connect on hold), compatible software would issue escape code
                to modem and give it the Initiate Modem on Hold - +PMHR command. The response
                to the command will be one of the values in the chart above which will allow
                the client software to keep track of, and alert the user to, the status of the
                modem hold. Modem on hold is also invoked in conjunction with call waiting if
                +PMH=0 and +PCW=0.

                +PMHF initiates a hook flash.

                To make an outgoing call while holding your Internet connection:
                AT+PMHR - response will be value from above chart - server starts timer
                AT+PMHF - your modem does a hook flash; gives you dial-tone on extension phone
                plugged into modem; You can place your call. When finished and you hang up, the
                line will RING.
                [I'm not sure what's next - probably either ATO or ATA]

                PCM Upstream - The command +PIG=# will control PCM upstream. The values are 0
                to enable PCM upstream, and 1 to disable it. Note: I have been told that there
                will be no method of speed limiting the PCM upstream with V.92: it's either on
                or off; if the PCM upstream causes a reduction in downstream rate, there will
                be no way of 'tuning' it by setting limits on the up and downstream rates. PCM
                upstream is not supported by the V.92 modems currently being shipped by Zoom
                (3025L/3049L). The values for this command in Zoom's V.92 documentation are
                reversed: 0 disables PCM upstream; 1 enables it - but since PCM upstream is not
                part of the current Zoom V.92 firmware, it should not make a difference at this
                time.

                Quick Connect - The command +PQC=# controls Quick Connect. The values are - 0
                to enable Quick Connect (short phase 1 and phase 2 enabled); 1 - enable short
                phase 1 only; 2 - enable short phase 2 only; 3 - disable short phase 1 and
                phase 2.

                V.44 Compression - V.44 and V.42 are enabled/disabled with the +DCS= command:
                +DCS=#,# where # = 0 or 1. The first # is for V.42, the second for V.44; a
                value of 0 disables, 1 enables.
                To disable V.44 but keep V.42: +DCS=1,0
                Note: Rockwell/Conexant modems do not support the +DCS command. Instead, they
                use:
                +DS44=<parameters> - See HCF commands.
                • Gość: Oleg Re: TI chip V.90 command string IP: 218.190.20.* 08.04.04, 21:27
                  @madga !!!
                  ????????
                  Dziękuję - wysiadam !!!
                  Ps.Jeszcze jedna informacja na temat piszczenia.Otóż był moment że na tym
                  kompie były dwa systemy - Win98 i XP prof.Gdy podłaczałem się do sieci z
                  poziomu Win 98 to wszystko było OK(modem NIE PISZCZAŁ !!!!) a gdy to samo
                  robiłem w XP ......piszczy jak chol****a
                  Pozdr.Oleg
                  • mejson.e5 Sterownik 08.04.04, 22:36
                    Zapisz dokładnie model modemu - z grzbietu scalaka i poszukaj takiej kombinacji
                    w wyszukiwarce sterowników.
                    Polecam stronę :
                    www.driverguide.com/
                    Miałem to samo - modem Connexant sterownik do W98 dopasowałem OK a do XP
                    beznadziejnie.

                    Pozdrawiam,

                    Mejson

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