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|Posted - 4/25/2001 10:11:34 PM |
My name is Chris, it may be a long shot to ask you this question but I have been searching the web sites for like 3 1/2 weeks, who knows maybe your knowledgeable enough to unluck the mystery. I am tying to locate the right INIT STRINGS for my modem which is 3Com U.S. Robotics 56K V90 Voice Win aka. (WinModem) with product id:66297401, model number: 2974. I am using a dial up networking and for some reason, my internet speed went from fast to very slow.
My hard drive crashed so I reinstalled a new one but erased everything including INIT STRING which was properly configured before so now I am VERY DESPERATE of finding the right combinations of strings, do you think you can help me with this issue? For you info I have went to 3Com and U.S. ROBOTICS web sites which has lead me to a total dead end...
|Posted - 4/26/2001 8:56:29 AM |
Your modem cd should have the at commands on it. I got the command list a few years ago from USR site and printed it. That was before I found them on cd. I've never seen a USR increase speed with a string - if you find it let me know. Next time, take note of settings you use and put on a floppy. Here are a few sites you might pursue:
|Posted - 4/26/2001 11:02:41 AM |
The correct init string is no init string (when using with DUNs)
The correct initial init string for testing in Hyperterminal is
You should first do an a/d conversion check so you don't waste your time if your line will not support 56k connections.
|Posted - 4/26/2001 11:48:37 AM |
Good point; I thought he wanted the AT command list.
|Posted - 4/28/2001 4:48:43 PM |
One of the nice things about USR modems -
from Hyperterminal you can get a complete list of supported commands by typing
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