To all, (please respond also by email)
I am connected directly to a terminal server (no modem). I can use dip in the
interactive modem and talk directly to the terminal server without any
problems. When I finally go to connect, it appears to do so; yet, within a
few seconds, Linux indicates that the connection has been lost or a hang-up
was detected or something like that. My question is: How does Linux detect a
hang-up? What can I do to make Linux think that there was no hang-up and to
carry on? Is it the DCD or DTR or DSR or commands sent or timeout or what???
ps. - I am getting a similar response from Win95: it appears all cool and
then it says, "Remote modem hung up"... My serial connection has
only 4 wires (RX,TX,GND,DTR)... The RTS/CTS pins are jumpered.
I tried jumping DTR to DCD, with no success (maybe DTR flashes?,
or maybe this is just wrong)