Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : COP09A.ZIP
Filename : START.NOW

Output of file : START.NOW contained in archive : COP09A.ZIP

COP Quick Start

After files decompression, you have to tell COP something about your MODEM
or PAD or PABX or whatever you have to connect your host.

COMMUNICATION parameters (i.e. speed,parity,etc) :
1) edit COP.CFG

2) change, if different, following values :

3) save COP.CFG file

COP is ready to communicate through COM1 or COM2. If you need other ports:

1) change port number here (COP.CFG)
2) read X00USER.DOC document
3) change X00 parameter in COP.BAT file (if TSR option is used)
or change X00 parameter in CONFIG.SYS (DEVICE=X00.SYS .....) if "stay
always resident" option s used

MODEM parameters (i.e. ATZ, etc.) :
1) edit COP.SCR

2) change if needed following values, set up for MICROCOM MNP 5 :

send "~ATZ"
receive "OK"
send "~ATQ0V1\V1X1S0=0&D0:T3=0%O0\J0%E0\E0\N3%C1"
receive "OK"
send "ATDP[T]....."
waitfor "CONNECT 2400" or "CONNECT 2400/REL" else :Start:
send "~H~H~H"
receive "U#="

3) save it

Execute: COP

Once connected press Alt-H keys for on line help

Send a 'bye'

Press Alt-X to quit

Execute COPSHOW to see off-line just finished session.

POP Quick Start

If you are in a directory called COP in C: disk, simply execute POP.
To execute COP from here, you must have changed COP values as told
before (COP Quick Start)

If you are in another disk or in another directory :

1) edit POP.DAT

2) change all c:\cop\ with new device and\or new direcory

3) save it

4) execute POP

Read anyway COP.DOC and POP.DOC for full explaination

  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : COP09A.ZIP
Filename : START.NOW

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