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|Posted - 7/11/2001 3:42:14 PM |
I'm beginning to suspect from my problems that it
isn't, salesperson's claims to the contrary.
Phone Tools, I discover, reconfigures itself according
to which modem type you claim to have, leaving the
voice and answering machine capabilities hidden
unless you specifically claim to have a voice modem.
Just hand it the USR when you install Phone Tools,
and it shows only fax and data panels. Claim to have
a voice modem in the configure subprogram and it will
open the voice panel, but then you just get a scream
if the answering machine tries to answer a voice call.
So is or isn't the 5686D a voice modem (I haven't
had any luck trying to get this from the USR site).
And if it isn't, what is? Thanks for any help._
|Posted - 7/12/2001 7:23:06 PM |
I looked at the built in specs today on one I am trying to get to work. No mention of voice.
try the I4 to I9 at commands to see what it says.
|Posted - 7/13/2001 12:24:28 AM |
Finally got the word from two authorative sources that
it _isn't_ a voice modem, so it's gone back with an
internal, definitively voice, substitute on order. I
was hoping to use my vacant serial port for this job,
but USR's only external serial voice modem seems to be
the no-longer-available 5605.
|Posted - 7/21/2001 1:23:13 PM |
I jut got a USR Professional Message. A bit pricey but a good modem (when I can understand it [:0]
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