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|Posted - 4/19/2002 9:38:45 AM |
One thing to keep in mind is that if you up the download you lower the upload.&U13&N16 is 13= 26400bps 16= 33600bps
David you might try this string also.
|Posted - 4/19/2002 12:46:11 PM |
as far as I know, the 5686D has no method of controlling upstream, &u and &n control downstream rates
(v.Richard edited post to change incorrect &d to &n)
|Posted - 4/22/2002 4:12:39 AM |
Thanks again for all the info.
I added the:
as charles suggested, & am getting 26.4 most of the time.
I still have not tryed calling the phone company to check my line. I am in my peak busy season at work, & haven't had much spare time lately
|Posted - 4/22/2002 7:52:26 AM |
If you're still having problems, give the telco a call and tell them you're having problems faxing. If you tell them you're having modem problems, they won't really care.
This link is just for info.
|Posted - 4/22/2002 1:19:55 PM |
hmm, Charles. Never thought of that. It makes sense because the telco promises 14.4k and faxing goes at 14.4k. Here's something else:
I have the Ameritech LineBacker plan, and my friend doesn't. We both have poor wiring in our house, and I called Ameritech and just told them that my max connect was a flaky 16.8, and they immediately sent a person, who eventually replaced and rewired a majority of my house.
My neighbor called with the max of 14.4, and they just shrugged him off about 3 or 4 times now.
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