For example: ATDT*70,5551212 uses touch tone to dial *70 then pauses briefly
and then finishes dialing 5551212.
This will disable call waiting for the duration of that call. Call waiting
will return to normal after you hang up.
If the line is being used for dial-in purposes, like leaving the PC turned on
to accept calls from others, there is nothing you can do but have Call
Waiting removed from the line. Call Waiting and *incoming* data calls are
mutually exclusive of each other.
Hope this helps!
I've got a USR External 56K Voice Fax Modem Pro. It's connected to my Server. I'm using Win Proxy on the server. All settings are correct. I connect from my workstation and everything is fine. Then after times ranging from 5 minutes to 2 hours. All of a sudden all I get are 404 timeouts, mail connection errors etc. It's as if I'm no longer connected to the internet. Yet the modem is still connected and on line. The only way to fix it is to hang up and redial. Then everything is fine again until it happens again. It happens to my daughters machine on the network too at the same time mine stops, so I know it's something with the server/modem.
What I've done to fix it. Uncheck use FIFO, clear all cache on both server and workstation. Uncheck Hardware flow control and then recheck when I discovered it didn't work. Did the same with error correction. Changed the Port speeds. Put AT&F in "extra settings", then changed everything back, all to no avail. I do have a 50 foot RJ11. I thought this could be the problem, but why aren't I just disconnecting.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.