Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ACE151.ZIP
Filename : ACE.CTL

 
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; ACECOMM & Utilities (Tm)
; Version 1.51
; "Leading Software Technology" for todays hi-speed modem
; Evaluation copy 05/17/93
; AceComm
;
; ACECOMM Ascii Control File
; Use ACTL.EXE to compile into ACE.PRM
;
; * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
; ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION
;
; ACE.CTL is
; A Plain Ascii Text File...
; Use a Plain Ascii Text Editor...
;
; ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION
; * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
;
; - ACE-COMM will come up on the first usable port it can communicate
; with. This feature may be overridden with 'PORT' (1 based)
Port 1
;
; Notes on selecting your highest port speed when LOCKing the port
;
; - Modem Speed can be set to highest baud your modem/computer will handle
; including locked ports. Locking the port at 57600 with a high speed
; modem causes the UART to assemble a character off the bit stream VERY
; quickly. If you experience CRC errors with HIGH locked rates, drop
; down to 38400 or even 19200. The lower rate will cause the UART to
; make characters available at a reduced speed. For instance a 12 MHZ AT
; will probably experience data overruns using a locked port above 38400
; when downloading TEXT files with ZMODEM. A common miss-conception is
; when CRC errors occur with HIGH LOCKED PORT rates, that it is the UART
; unable to keep up. This is simply not true. The UART/modem combo is
; capable of out running the computer/software combo. When using a TASK
; switcher such as WINDOWS or DESQVIEW, a lower PORT RATE such as 19200
; may very well be needed for efficient data transfers.
Baud 19200
; - Comment LOCKBAUD out if your modem doesn't handle a locked port
; Locking the port data rate allows the modem and UART (serial port)
; to communicate with each other most efficiently. Most modems above
; 2400 baud and or v32 capable will allow locking the port's data rate.
; When you use LOCKBAUD ACECOMM and your modem will handle translation
; for differant connect rates. See your modem manual for more information
; using a locked port.
Lockbaud
;
;
; - Modem command strings
; Note: Mdm commands are automaticaly appended with
; Mdm_Cmd_Line_Terminator *when sent*
; ^A translates to 1, ^M translates to 13 (CR_CHAR)
; ~ translates to a 250 milisecond delay
Mdm_Init ATZ^M~~~~ATES7=35^M; Command stacking, 1 second delay
Mdm_Dial_Prefix ATEQ0X4DT
Mdm_Dial_Sufix
Mdm_Answer ATA
Mdm_Hangup +++~~~~~ATH0
Mdm_Offhook ATH1
; The '^' character is recognized as a Control character. The byte
; following a '^' will become (byte - 64d) Example ^M translates to CR
Mdm_Abort ^M
Mdm_Reset ATZ
Mdm_Echo ATE1
Mdm_Host_Init ATE
; Mdm_Cmd_Line_Terminator is automaticaly appended to all modem commands
Mdm_Cmd_Line_Terminator ^M
;
; - Modem Responce Strings
; Note: The following strings are probably case sensitive
; (see your modem's manual)
Mdm_Res_Ok OK
Mdm_Res_Ring RING
Mdm_Res_NoCarrier NO CARRIER
Mdm_Res_Error ERROR
Mdm_Res_NoDialTone NO DIAL TONE
Mdm_Res_Busy BUSY
Mdm_Res_NoAnswer NO ANSWER
Mdm_Res_Ringing RINGING
Mdm_Res_Voice VOICE
; - The following connect strings may be tailored any way you wish.
; No particular order, refer to your modem's manual for case and format.
; Note: ACECOMM will detect a carrier anyway, the connect strings
; may speed things up, and will also allow automatic baud adjustments
; when connecting at a speed not dialed out on, and port not locked.
; With Lockbaud SET, the UART's baud rate remains fixxed, translation
; is made by your modem.
Mdm_Res_Connect_a CONNECT
Mdm_Res_Connect_b CONNECT 1200
Mdm_Res_Connect_c CONNECT 2400
Mdm_Res_Connect_d CONNECT 2400/ARQ
Mdm_Res_Connect_e CONNECT 4800
Mdm_Res_Connect_f CONNECT 9600
Mdm_Res_Connect_g CONNECT 9600/ARQ
Mdm_Res_Connect_h CONNECT 14400/ARQ
Mdm_Res_Connect_i CONNECT 16800/ARQ
Mdm_Res_Connect_j CONNECT 19200
Mdm_Res_Connect_k CONNECT 38400
Mdm_Res_Connect_l CONNECT 57600
Mdm_Res_Connect_m CARRIER
Mdm_Res_Connect_n CARRIER 9600
Mdm_Res_Connect_o CARRIER 12000
Mdm_Res_Connect_p CARRIER 14400
Mdm_Res_Connect_q CARRIER 16800
Mdm_Res_Connect_r CARRIER 19200
Mdm_Res_Connect_s CARRIER 28800
;
;
;IEMSI_NAME First Last
IEMSI_ALIAS
;IEMSI_LOCATION Phoenix, AZ, USA
IEMSI_DATA_PNUM
IEMSI_VOICE_PNUM
;IEMSI_PASSWORD acecomm/user
IEMSI_CRTDEF AVT0,24,80,0; video, rows, cols, nuls
IEMSI_PROTOCOLS ZMO,ZAP
IEMSI_CAPABILITIES CHT,TAB,ASCII8
IEMSI_REQUESTS NEWS,MAIL,FILE,HOT,CLR,HUSH,MORE,FSED
;
; ACECOMM's MACRO driven functionality provides for easy key re-definition
; Note: I have assigned both ALT-X and ALT-Q to the command
; You may define the keys any way you like, should you forget to
; assign an exit key, CTRL-BREAK from terminal mode will force the
; MACRO to be executed, CTRL-BREAK is an acceptable
; key-combo permanantly assigned to the MACRO
;
; Functions which end in '_LUI' are not suited for scripts as they require
; Local User Input
ALT-A ; Toggle AutoScrGen(tm) On/Off
ALT-B
ALT-C ; Toggle capture file Open/Close
ALT-D
;ALT-E ATS0=1^M
ALT-E ; Detects "RING" and sends Mdm_Answer string to modem
; SETs HostEcho automaticaly
ALT-F ; ACECOMM internal filelist utility
ALT-G
ALT-H
ALT-I
ALT-J
ALT-K
ALT-L list
ALT-M
ALT-N
ALT-O
ALT-P
ALT-Q
ALT-R
ALT-S
ALT-T
ALT-U
ALT-V
ALT-W
ALT-X
ALT-Y
ALT-Z
;
ALT-1 %P; Internal zmodem %P = "prompt for filename"
ALT-2 DSZ sz %P %WK ^M
ALT-3 %P
ALT-4
ALT-5
ALT-6 dsz rz -rm
ALT-7 bimodem bimodem.pth ^M
ALT-8
ALT-9
ALT-0
ALT--
ALT-=
;
;
;
CTRL-A
CTRL-B
CTRL-C
CTRL-D
CTRL-E
CTRL-F
CTRL-G
CTRL-H
CTRL-I
CTRL-J
CTRL-K
CTRL-L
CTRL-M
CTRL-N
CTRL-O
CTRL-P
CTRL-Q
CTRL-R
CTRL-S
CTRL-T
CTRL-U
CTRL-V
CTRL-W
CTRL-X
CTRL-Y
CTRL-Z
;
CTRL-HOME
CTRL-PGUP
CTRL-LEFT
CTRL-RIGHT
CTRL-END
CTRL-PGDN
;
;
; Over on and near the KEYPAD with NUMLOCK "OFF"
Home
Up
PageUp
GreyMinus
Left
Right
GreyPlus
End
Down
PageDn
INS
DEL
;
F1 [USER_NAME] ^M; IEMSI user name
F2 [FON_REC_PWD] ^M; Fon.Record.password
F3 [LOCATION] ^M; IEMSI city, state
F4 [VOICE_PNUM] ^M; IEMSI voice phone
F5 [PASSWORD] ^M; IEMSI password
F6
F7 %P; Send text file, "Prompt for filename"
F8
F9 ace.scr
F10
F11
F12 75120,3306^M; AceComm author CIS ID
;
ALT-F1 list
ALT-F2 bb; my editor of choice BlackBeard
ALT-F3 QEDIT %P
ALT-F4 COMMAND /C dir /w %WK; %WK (wait for keypress)
ALT-F5
ALT-F6
ALT-F7
ALT-F8
ALT-F9
ALT-F10
ALT-F11
ALT-F12
;
CTRL-F1 ON 846-2940 OFF
CTRL-F2 Off 5 ON
CTRL-F3
CTRL-F4
CTRL-F5
CTRL-F6
CTRL-F7
CTRL-F8
CTRL-F9
CTRL-F10
CTRL-F11
CTRL-F12
; Note: The SHIFT Fn keyset is assigned to the screen-tag function.
; Future will allow the screen-tag keyset be selectable,
; untill then, screen-tag will assign the first available
; SHIFT-Fn key the string that was tagged.
SHIFT-F1
SHIFT-F2
SHIFT-F3
SHIFT-F4
SHIFT-F5
SHIFT-F6
SHIFT-F7
SHIFT-F8
SHIFT-F9
SHIFT-F10
SHIFT-F11
SHIFT-F12
;
;
; -- Auto Download sequence triggers --
; Note: The last byte in a sequence is the sequence's scan trigger byte
; Note: The last byte in a sequence is the sequence's scan trigger byte
; Note: The last byte in a sequence is the sequence's scan trigger byte
; This means that ACECOMM will scan for the string with each occurance
; of the last byte in a sequence. For this reason a trigger sequence
; will end in a non-common byte. While 'rz^M' would be a valid trigger
; sequence, we don't want ACECOMM to search on every carriage return
; character that comes in. Look at Bimodem, we don't want to end the
; sequence with the ^`(space character).
;
; Characters 32(Space) and below need be escape encoded with the '^'
; ^A becomes 1, ^B 2, ^C 3, etc. ^` 32(SPACE)
; The following defaults have been working very well for me
AutoDnLd0 rz^M**^X
AutoDnLd1 HS*^B
AutoDnLd2 ^`^H^`^H^`^H^`^H
AutoDnLd3 MPt^`^V^H
AutoDnLd4 **EMSI_REQA77E
AutoDnLd5 **EMSI_IRQ8E08
AutoDnLd6
AutoDnLd7
AutoDnLd8
; Auto logon sequence works for most BBS prompts
;AutoDnLd9 ^`is^`your^`name:; Note SPACE CHAR 32d is encoded as ^`
;
; -- AutoDownload MACROS --
; UNDERSTAND THESE BEFORE ENABLING THEM !
;PreAutoM files
;PostAutoM ..
AutoMacro0 ; - Use ACECOMM's internal zmodem
;AutoMacro0 dsz rz -mr ^M
AutoMacro1 hslink -P1 ^M
AutoMacro2 bimodem bimodem.pth ^M
AutoMacro3 MPT R ^M
AutoMacro4 ;Respond to mailer's EMSI_REQ with "I'm a human call"
AutoMacro5 ; Interactive EMSI data
AutoMacro6
AutoMacro7
AutoMacro8
;AutoMacro9 First Last^M~^M~xxxx^M; Auto logon macro
;
; Any directory commented out will be defined as the current directory
; that the ACE.CTL file is compiled in.
;FonDir fon; .FON files
;DnLdDir files; Internal protocols receive to
;Captures cap; Capture data to file (.CAP)
;Scripts scr; Create/Run script files
;TermKey kts; Keyboard Translation Sequence (.KTS) files
;Nodelist fon; NODELIST/NLIST.IDX or FBL's .NOD files
;Mail mail; .REQ and .MLF files are kept here
;
;
FonFile ACE.FON;
;
; - The following SET flags ON, or OFF (commented)
StatusLine
;SlowModem
AutoDnLd; - Enable autodownload triggers
AutoSave; - Auto save all chages in PRM-data editor
LogFile;
; - The following SET flags with paramaters
ScrnBlank 5; Minutes till blank
;ScrlBakBuf 200; lines - Uses 32k in color mode
ScrlBakBuf 300; lines - Uses 48k in color mode
;ScrlBakBuf 400; lines - Uses 62k in color mode
;
; - Defines for default BOX-MENU colors
; BOX-MENU colors are initialized eact time the ACE.CTL file is compiled
;BorderAttr 9
;BorderType 1
;TitleAttr 14
;ITitleAttr 12
;SelectorAttr 7
;LeftFieldAttr 3
;RightFieldAttr 10
;BurstMenu
;;ChatterMenu; default "OFF"
;;WhistleMenu

BorderAttr 9
BorderType 3
TitleAttr 16
ITitleAttr 12
SelectorAttr 7
LeftFieldAttr 15
RightFieldAttr 14
BurstMenu
;ChatterMenu; default "OFF"
;WhistleMenu



  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ACE151.ZIP
Filename : ACE.CTL

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