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Archive   : UUPC11ND.ZIP
Filename : TB1000.MDM

 
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# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * (Contributed by Mike Lipsie ...) *
# * *
# * We were (sadly, past tense) using a T1000. If you don't *
# * have a MDM file for it I thought you might like one. We *
# * only used it for outgoing calls so I doubt in Answer stuff *
# * is any good, but ... *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Modem configuration file for UUPC/extended for Trail *
#* Blazer T1000. Send questions to [email protected] *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Begin information common to dial in and dial out *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Delay between characters sent to the modem. Allows *
# * time for echoing characters sent if the modem is brain *
# * damaged. Unlike other values in this file, the value is *
# * in Milliseconds (1/1000 second). *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
CharDelay=0

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Time in seconds allowed for the modem to respond for *
# * commands which do not otherwise have configuration *
# * parameters. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
ModemTimeout=3

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Port used by this modem *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
Device=COM2

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Initialize string for the modem; the actual commands, like *
# * all the commands in this file, are for the Hayes SmartModem *
# * 2400. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
#Initialize="" "" "" \dATZ OK \dATE0X1S0=0 OK \d\c
Initialize="" "" "" \dAT&F&C1&D2&Q0~s111=30 OK \d\d\c

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Option "fixedspeed" forces the modem support code to not *
# * autobaud the modem. This is useful for highspeed modems like *
# * the Telebit Trailblazer which run at a higher serial port *
# * speed than the actual line speed. The default, *
# * "nofixedspeed", should be used for the Hayes SmartModem *
# * 1200/2400 and clones. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=fixedspeed

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Begin outgoing dialing information *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Prefix for dialing *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
DialPrefix=ATDT

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Suffix for dialing. Normally not needed if the command is *
# * terminated by the default character return *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
#DialSuffix=

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Time in seconds for the modem to connect after dialing *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
DialTimeout=40

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * The string expected after dialing. This can be a full *
# * chat script, although if the fixedspeed option is not set *
# * (nofixedspeed) UUIO will expect the modem speed to follow *
# * the connect string. This is also true for Answer, below *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
Connect=CONNECT

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Timeout for scripts in the SYSTEMS file for this modem. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
ScriptTimeout=30

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Beginning of information for incoming calls. Note that if *
# * you never plan to let UUIO answer the phone by invoking it *
# * in passive mode via the "-r 0" flag, you need not give *
# * these keywords real values, although they must be defined. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Speed to answer the telephone at *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
InSpeed=2400

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * A send expect string for the phone to ring; you can also *
# * use this to turn on autoanswer -- See SX1200 for an example. *
# * A disadvantage to this that we wait a VERY long time *
# * (hours) waiting for each string in the ring sequence if *
# * needed. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
Ring=RING

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * What we do when the phone rings; in this example, we tell *
# * it to answer the phone. If the phone was answered by the *
# * Ring string above, this can the empty string (""). *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
Answer="" \dATA CONNECT

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * How much time we have for the expect strings to be *
# * responded to in the Answer string above. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
AnswerTimeout=30