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|Posted - 2/15/2001 6:08:49 AM |
Is there a way of using a batch file or a small runtime procedure to ask a US Robotic modem to answer after 2 rings. I know how to do this in the normal way but I want to be able to wrap that up so that a client will be able to do this with the settings I need, this has to be in a format that they can just double click a file and its all done for them.
|Posted - 2/17/2001 9:59:12 AM |
There's no easy way to use DOS / batch file to send commands to modem.
You can store custom profile in the modem
|Posted - 2/18/2001 5:04:46 AM |
As something to try I'd use ECHO with redirect. Assuming the modem starts in command mode:
ECHO ATS0=2; > COM2:
(I added a semicolon because I'm not sure if a carriage return is given at the end of this. If it isn't you could break the command into multiple ECHOs of single characters with intervening pauses if necessary.)
|Posted - 2/21/2001 8:05:47 AM |
Thanks v.richard it worked a treat
|Posted - 2/21/2001 8:08:17 AM |
sorry I meant thanks to Robert Aldwinckle
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