[\"Frank J. Wancho\" <WANCHO@SIMTEL20.ARPA>: Autobaud Intel 320/Xenix 3.5 dialin?]

[\"Frank J. Wancho\" <WANCHO@SIMTEL20.ARPA>: Autobaud Intel 320/Xenix 3.5 dialin?]

Post by John R. Plil » Tue, 02 Jan 1990 06:14:00



Hi

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John
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Mail-From: WANCHO created at 31-Dec-87 17:47:27
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 1987  17:47 MST




Subject: Autobaud Intel 320/Xenix 3.5 dialin?

Hello people!

What's the correct setup to get the subject configuration to autobaud
on a dialin line, and how to get it to hang up on logout (exit)?

What's the correct setup to be able to use the same line for either
dialin or dialout?  In other words, can it be set up to accept an
incoming autobaud call when it is not otherwise being used for
dialout?

There are two lines in question: one connected to a RV-3451 and the
other to a ZDS 2400 (CTS?).

Please address any questions about the specific configuration to John
Pliler (JPLILER) and Cc: me.

Thanks,
Frank
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