PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Sam & Wend » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Heya guys, we're having probs with out modem.  It dials up and everything,
but once connected to the Net, it sometimes just stops working like the
server has gone dead.  I have contacted my ISP, and they says that it is my
modem having probs communicating with their server.  Does anyone here know
the PCTel modems, and able to offer me any extra strings to fix this
problem.  I've only had the modem for like 4 days so i'm all new to this.

Thank you,
Take care guys.
-Sam

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Michael A. Emanue » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00




Quote:>Heya guys, we're having probs with out modem.  It dials up and everything,
>but once connected to the Net, it sometimes just stops working like the
>server has gone dead.  I have contacted my ISP, and they says that it is my
>modem having probs communicating with their server.  Does anyone here know
>the PCTel modems, and able to offer me any extra strings to fix this
>problem.  I've only had the modem for like 4 days so i'm all new to this.

My big problem with those modems is what appears to be excessive
retraining(no way to check, since I still can't get their diagnostic
commands to work -- thanks for trying, Bob).  
You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Jay Bowman, Internet Specialis » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00


[some snipped]

Quote:> You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
> V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
> the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
> the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

I don't know if it works, but there are the commands.

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Bob Starne » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00





> >Heya guys, we're having probs with out modem.  It dials up and everything,
> >but once connected to the Net, it sometimes just stops working like the
> >server has gone dead.  I have contacted my ISP, and they says that it is my
> >modem having probs communicating with their server.  Does anyone here know
> >the PCTel modems, and able to offer me any extra strings to fix this
> >problem.  I've only had the modem for like 4 days so i'm all new to this.
> My big problem with those modems is what appears to be excessive
> retraining(no way to check, since I still can't get their diagnostic
> commands to work -- thanks for trying, Bob).

 AT#UD1 (# U D one) or AT#UG works for me on my mom's computer. I'll copy and
paste the diagnostic next chance I get.

Quote:> You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
> V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
> the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
> the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

 Might try:

 N1S37=0S34=(n)
             0 =28,000 bps
             1 =29,333 bps
             2 =30,666 bps
             3 =32,000 bps
             4 =33,333 bps
             5 =34,666 bps
             6 =36,000 bps
             7 =37,333 bps
             8 =38,666 bps
             9 =40,000 bps
             10=41,333 bps
             11=42,666 bps
             12=44,000 bps
             13=45,333 bps
             14=46,666 bps
             15=48,000 bps
             16=49,333 bps
             17=50,666 bps
             18=52,000 bps
             19=53,333 bps
             20=54,666 bps
             21=56,000 bps

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PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Me » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Yes the commands work and here is all the info you need to limit the
connection rate.

You may also want to try and force a specific connection using the S34 and
S37 registers.
You can add the command to the extra settings field on the advanced modem
properties window if using Win95/98 dial-up networking.

If you want the command to be in effect for all programs and dial-up
networking connections on the system access the Modem Properties Window from
the Control Panel => Modems.

If you want the command to be in effect for a specific dial-up networking
connection, access the Modem Properties Window from the dial-up networking
properties (right click on the dial-up networking connection and select
Properties). When the modem is listed in the dial-up networking properties
Window, just click on the Configure button to access the modem properties.

Then highlight the modem driver and Click on the modem properties button.
Click on the Connection tab.
Click on the Advanced button.
Enter any additional AT commands on the extra settings field.

Use the following command to force a V.90 connection (connect rate is
automatic)

AT N0 S37=14

Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of 45333:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=13

Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of 41333:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=10

Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection (connect rate is
automatic)

AT N0 S37=13

Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection with a speed of
40000:

AT N0 S37=13 S34=4

If these commands don't work, you can try many variations.

Try starting at the lowest V.90 connection rate of 28,000bps. If the modem
connects at the specified rate then work your way up in steps of 1,333 as
shown below until the modem fails to connect, then back the speed down one
step.

Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
speed from 28000 to 28000:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=0

Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
speed from 29333 to 29333:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=1

Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
speed from 30667 to 30667:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=2

Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
speed from 32000 to 32000:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=3

Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
speed from 33333 to 33333:

AT N0 S37=14 S34=4

Following is the section on S34:

34          Data rate (bit-rate)
            Set the maximum bit rate for V.34, K56Flex or V.90
            V.34 (ATN0S37=12)
            Range : 0-13
            Bit rate = ((S34)+1) * 2400 bps
            Example:
            If N0S37=12
            S34
            0 =2,400 bps
            1 =4,800 bps
            2 =7,200 bps
            3 =9,600 bps
            4 =12,000 bps
            5 =14,400 bps
            6 =16,800 bps
            7 =19,200 bps
            8 =21,600 bps
            9 =24,000 bps
            10=26,400 bps
            11=28,800 bps
            12=31,200 bps
            13=33,600 bps
            K56Flex (ATN0S37=13)
            Range : 0-12
            Bit rate = 32,000 + (S34 * 2000 bps)
            Example:
            If N0S37=13
            S34
            0 =32,000 bps
            1 =34,000 bps
            2 =36,000 bps
            3 =38,000 bps
            4 =40,000 bps
            5 =42,000 bps
            6 =44,000 bps
            7 =46,000 bps
            8 =48,000 bps
            9 =50,000 bps
            10=52,000 bps
            11=54,000 bps
            12=56,000 bps
            V.90 (ATN0S37=14)
            Range : 0-21
            Bit rate = 28,000 + (S34 * 1333.333 bps)
            Example:
            If N0S37=14
            S34
            0 =28,000 bps
            1 =29,333 bps
            2 =30,666 bps
            3 =32,000 bps
            4 =33,333 bps
            5 =34,666 bps
            6 =36,000 bps
            7 =37,333 bps
            8 =38,666 bps
            9 =40,000 bps
            10=41,333 bps
            11=42,666 bps
            12=44,000 bps
            13=45,333 bps
            14=46,666 bps
            15=48,000 bps
            16=49,333 bps
            17=50,666 bps
            18=52,000 bps
            19=53,333 bps
            20=54,666 bps
            21=56,000 bps



Quote:> [some snipped]

> > You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> > don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
> > V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> > Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> > I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
> > the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
> > the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

> http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

> I don't know if it works, but there are the commands.

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Bob Starne » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00


 It appears, though undocumented, that the Pctel modem also supports the +MS=
function, much like a Rockwell based modem (something to play around with):

at+ms?
+MS:V90,1,0,0
OK
at+ms=?
+MS:(V21,V22,V22B,V23,V32,V32B,V34,V90,K56FLEX),(0,1),(0,300-56000),(0,1),(0,300-56000)
OK


> Yes the commands work and here is all the info you need to limit the
> connection rate.

> You may also want to try and force a specific connection using the S34 and
> S37 registers.
> You can add the command to the extra settings field on the advanced modem
> properties window if using Win95/98 dial-up networking.

> If you want the command to be in effect for all programs and dial-up
> networking connections on the system access the Modem Properties Window from
> the Control Panel => Modems.

> If you want the command to be in effect for a specific dial-up networking
> connection, access the Modem Properties Window from the dial-up networking
> properties (right click on the dial-up networking connection and select
> Properties). When the modem is listed in the dial-up networking properties
> Window, just click on the Configure button to access the modem properties.

> Then highlight the modem driver and Click on the modem properties button.
> Click on the Connection tab.
> Click on the Advanced button.
> Enter any additional AT commands on the extra settings field.

> Use the following command to force a V.90 connection (connect rate is
> automatic)

> AT N0 S37=14

> Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of 45333:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=13

> Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of 41333:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=10

> Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection (connect rate is
> automatic)

> AT N0 S37=13

> Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection with a speed of
> 40000:

> AT N0 S37=13 S34=4

> If these commands don't work, you can try many variations.

> Try starting at the lowest V.90 connection rate of 28,000bps. If the modem
> connects at the specified rate then work your way up in steps of 1,333 as
> shown below until the modem fails to connect, then back the speed down one
> step.

> Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> speed from 28000 to 28000:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=0

> Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> speed from 29333 to 29333:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=1

> Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> speed from 30667 to 30667:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=2

> Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> speed from 32000 to 32000:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=3

> Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> speed from 33333 to 33333:

> AT N0 S37=14 S34=4

> Following is the section on S34:

> 34          Data rate (bit-rate)
>             Set the maximum bit rate for V.34, K56Flex or V.90
>             V.34 (ATN0S37=12)
>             Range : 0-13
>             Bit rate = ((S34)+1) * 2400 bps
>             Example:
>             If N0S37=12
>             S34
>             0 =2,400 bps
>             1 =4,800 bps
>             2 =7,200 bps
>             3 =9,600 bps
>             4 =12,000 bps
>             5 =14,400 bps
>             6 =16,800 bps
>             7 =19,200 bps
>             8 =21,600 bps
>             9 =24,000 bps
>             10=26,400 bps
>             11=28,800 bps
>             12=31,200 bps
>             13=33,600 bps
>             K56Flex (ATN0S37=13)
>             Range : 0-12
>             Bit rate = 32,000 + (S34 * 2000 bps)
>             Example:
>             If N0S37=13
>             S34
>             0 =32,000 bps
>             1 =34,000 bps
>             2 =36,000 bps
>             3 =38,000 bps
>             4 =40,000 bps
>             5 =42,000 bps
>             6 =44,000 bps
>             7 =46,000 bps
>             8 =48,000 bps
>             9 =50,000 bps
>             10=52,000 bps
>             11=54,000 bps
>             12=56,000 bps
>             V.90 (ATN0S37=14)
>             Range : 0-21
>             Bit rate = 28,000 + (S34 * 1333.333 bps)
>             Example:
>             If N0S37=14
>             S34
>             0 =28,000 bps
>             1 =29,333 bps
>             2 =30,666 bps
>             3 =32,000 bps
>             4 =33,333 bps
>             5 =34,666 bps
>             6 =36,000 bps
>             7 =37,333 bps
>             8 =38,666 bps
>             9 =40,000 bps
>             10=41,333 bps
>             11=42,666 bps
>             12=44,000 bps
>             13=45,333 bps
>             14=46,666 bps
>             15=48,000 bps
>             16=49,333 bps
>             17=50,666 bps
>             18=52,000 bps
>             19=53,333 bps
>             20=54,666 bps
>             21=56,000 bps



> > [some snipped]

> > > You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> > > don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
> > > V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> > > Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> > > I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
> > > the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
> > > the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

> > http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

> > I don't know if it works, but there are the commands.

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PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Me » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00


I have tried this on older driver versions and it did not work. Maybe PCtel
is adding this command.

Also check out the Windows 2000 PCtel drivers found on the Zoltix Multimedia
web site at www.zoltix.com for the Zoltrix Phantom 56K model FMHSP56PCI.
This PCtel driver should operate with any generic PCtel modem using the 1789
chip set.

"Bob Starnes" <rastarnesNOS...@hotmail.com> wrote in message

news:38EA63F6.EC94CE38@hotmail.com...

>  It appears, though undocumented, that the Pctel modem also supports the
+MS=
> function, much like a Rockwell based modem (something to play around
with):

> at+ms?
> +MS:V90,1,0,0
> OK
> at+ms=?

+MS:(V21,V22,V22B,V23,V32,V32B,V34,V90,K56FLEX),(0,1),(0,300-56000),(0,1),(0
,300-56000)
> OK

> Me wrote:

> > Yes the commands work and here is all the info you need to limit the
> > connection rate.

> > You may also want to try and force a specific connection using the S34
and
> > S37 registers.
> > You can add the command to the extra settings field on the advanced
modem
> > properties window if using Win95/98 dial-up networking.

> > If you want the command to be in effect for all programs and dial-up
> > networking connections on the system access the Modem Properties Window
from
> > the Control Panel => Modems.

> > If you want the command to be in effect for a specific dial-up
networking
> > connection, access the Modem Properties Window from the dial-up
networking
> > properties (right click on the dial-up networking connection and select
> > Properties). When the modem is listed in the dial-up networking
properties
> > Window, just click on the Configure button to access the modem
properties.

> > Then highlight the modem driver and Click on the modem properties
button.
> > Click on the Connection tab.
> > Click on the Advanced button.
> > Enter any additional AT commands on the extra settings field.

> > Use the following command to force a V.90 connection (connect rate is
> > automatic)

> > AT N0 S37=14

> > Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of
45333:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=13

> > Use the following command to force a V.90 connection with a speed of
41333:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=10

> > Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection (connect rate is
> > automatic)

> > AT N0 S37=13

> > Use the following command to force a K56Flex connection with a speed of
> > 40000:

> > AT N0 S37=13 S34=4

> > If these commands don't work, you can try many variations.

> > Try starting at the lowest V.90 connection rate of 28,000bps. If the
modem
> > connects at the specified rate then work your way up in steps of 1,333
as
> > shown below until the modem fails to connect, then back the speed down
one
> > step.

> > Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> > speed from 28000 to 28000:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=0

> > Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> > speed from 29333 to 29333:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=1

> > Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> > speed from 30667 to 30667:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=2

> > Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> > speed from 32000 to 32000:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=3

> > Use one of the following commands to force a V.90 connection ranging in
> > speed from 33333 to 33333:

> > AT N0 S37=14 S34=4

> > Following is the section on S34:

> > 34          Data rate (bit-rate)
> >             Set the maximum bit rate for V.34, K56Flex or V.90
> >             V.34 (ATN0S37=12)
> >             Range : 0-13
> >             Bit rate = ((S34)+1) * 2400 bps
> >             Example:
> >             If N0S37=12
> >             S34
> >             0 =2,400 bps
> >             1 =4,800 bps
> >             2 =7,200 bps
> >             3 =9,600 bps
> >             4 =12,000 bps
> >             5 =14,400 bps
> >             6 =16,800 bps
> >             7 =19,200 bps
> >             8 =21,600 bps
> >             9 =24,000 bps
> >             10=26,400 bps
> >             11=28,800 bps
> >             12=31,200 bps
> >             13=33,600 bps
> >             K56Flex (ATN0S37=13)
> >             Range : 0-12
> >             Bit rate = 32,000 + (S34 * 2000 bps)
> >             Example:
> >             If N0S37=13
> >             S34
> >             0 =32,000 bps
> >             1 =34,000 bps
> >             2 =36,000 bps
> >             3 =38,000 bps
> >             4 =40,000 bps
> >             5 =42,000 bps
> >             6 =44,000 bps
> >             7 =46,000 bps
> >             8 =48,000 bps
> >             9 =50,000 bps
> >             10=52,000 bps
> >             11=54,000 bps
> >             12=56,000 bps
> >             V.90 (ATN0S37=14)
> >             Range : 0-21
> >             Bit rate = 28,000 + (S34 * 1333.333 bps)
> >             Example:
> >             If N0S37=14
> >             S34
> >             0 =28,000 bps
> >             1 =29,333 bps
> >             2 =30,666 bps
> >             3 =32,000 bps
> >             4 =33,333 bps
> >             5 =34,666 bps
> >             6 =36,000 bps
> >             7 =37,333 bps
> >             8 =38,666 bps
> >             9 =40,000 bps
> >             10=41,333 bps
> >             11=42,666 bps
> >             12=44,000 bps
> >             13=45,333 bps
> >             14=46,666 bps
> >             15=48,000 bps
> >             16=49,333 bps
> >             17=50,666 bps
> >             18=52,000 bps
> >             19=53,333 bps
> >             20=54,666 bps
> >             21=56,000 bps

> > "Jay Bowman, Internet Specialist" <k...@kskc.net> wrote in message
> > news:ASpG4.2720$096.558393@news-west.usenetserver.com...
> > > [some snipped]

> > > > You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> > > > don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still
use
> > > > V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> > > > Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> > > > I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to
restrict
> > > > the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been
through
> > > > the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do
it.

> > > http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

> > > I don't know if it works, but there are the commands.

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PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Pac » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


To be blunt I think these modems have a retrain/quality issue with drivers
160 and 164. 168's are supposed to be out now so hopefully they will fix the
disconnects/retrains.

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> > >Heya guys, we're having probs with out modem.  It dials up and
everything,
> > >but once connected to the Net, it sometimes just stops working like the
> > >server has gone dead.  I have contacted my ISP, and they says that it
is my
> > >modem having probs communicating with their server.  Does anyone here
know
> > >the PCTel modems, and able to offer me any extra strings to fix this
> > >problem.  I've only had the modem for like 4 days so i'm all new to
this.
> > My big problem with those modems is what appears to be excessive
> > retraining(no way to check, since I still can't get their diagnostic
> > commands to work -- thanks for trying, Bob).

>  AT#UD1 (# U D one) or AT#UG works for me on my mom's computer. I'll copy
and
> paste the diagnostic next chance I get.

> > You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
> > don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
> > V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
> > Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
> > I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
> > the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
> > the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

>  Might try:

>  N1S37=0S34=(n)
>              0 =28,000 bps
>              1 =29,333 bps
>              2 =30,666 bps
>              3 =32,000 bps
>              4 =33,333 bps
>              5 =34,666 bps
>              6 =36,000 bps
>              7 =37,333 bps
>              8 =38,666 bps
>              9 =40,000 bps
>              10=41,333 bps
>              11=42,666 bps
>              12=44,000 bps
>              13=45,333 bps
>              14=46,666 bps
>              15=48,000 bps
>              16=49,333 bps
>              17=50,666 bps
>              18=52,000 bps
>              19=53,333 bps
>              20=54,666 bps
>              21=56,000 bps

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PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Cyberne » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Just a moment to say that I know NOBODY that have a HSP modem that work
well. For me, I've decided to change my modem to a PCI and now it's
perfect. If what other people say don't work, think to my a new modem.

Quote:

> > > >Heya guys, we're having probs with out modem.  It dials up and
> everything,
> > > >but once connected to the Net, it sometimes just stops working like
the
> > > >server has gone dead.  I have contacted my ISP, and they says that
it
> is my
> > > >modem having probs communicating with their server.  Does anyone
here
> know
> > > >the PCTel modems, and able to offer me any extra strings to fix this
> > > >problem.  I've only had the modem for like 4 days so i'm all new to
> this.
> > > My big problem with those modems is what appears to be excessive
> > > retraining(no way to check, since I still can't get their diagnostic
> > > commands to work -- thanks for trying, Bob).

> >  AT#UD1 (# U D one) or AT#UG works for me on my mom's computer. I'll
copy
> and
> > paste the diagnostic next chance I get.

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PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Sam & Wend » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Thank you sooo much.  I have set up the settings and everything works
really well now...thanx again.

Take care
-Sam

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Michael A. Emanue » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


On Tue, 4 Apr 2000 12:43:37 -0500, "Jay Bowman, Internet Specialist"


>[some snipped]

>> You can work around it by lowering the maximum connection speed.  I
>> don't know a command to limit the V.90 connection speed and still use
>> V.90 in these modems, so I usually add NOS37=12 to Extra
>> Settings(forces V.34).  Usually works.
>> I'd be interested to know if someone else does know a way to restrict
>> the V.90 speed without turning it off completely.    I've been through
>> the only manual I have for these modems and can't find a way to do it.

>http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

>I don't know if it works, but there are the commands.

I'm a moron.  I've looked at this page 20 times and not seen this
information.
 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Michael A. Emanue » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00



>Yes the commands work and here is all the info you need to limit the
>connection rate.

<deletia>

Quote:

>Following is the section on S34:

I feel less stupid now.  I was actually looking at a(probably
outdated) PCTel manual last night that listed S34 and siad it was for
controlling V.34 symbol rate.  They must have changed it in the V.90
code...
 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by zaj » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


From the chart header of the PCTel section:
"For V.90 - n0s37=14s34=# where # is:" (a value equivalent speed from the
chart)

'n0s37=14' is one part of the init string, and s34=[some chart value] is the
other part.

zaj


> On Tue, 4 Apr 2000 12:43:37 -0500, "Jay Bowman, Internet Specialist"

> >[some snipped]

> >http://808hi.com/56k/x2-linklimit.htm#Pctel

> I'm a moron.  I've looked at this page 20 times and not seen this
> information.

 
 
 

PCTel HSP 56k Micromodem

Post by Sam & Wend » Thu, 06 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Heya again,  I tried out the V90 with a slower connection speed...and
wow...it seems to have worked. Thank you soooo much.

Take care
-Sam

 
 
 

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