Re: Not really Debian
If the modems are Rockwell based ones, you can generally use:
Failing that, you can try
AT+MS=11,1,300,33600 (which is what I usually use).
I have a text file here we use to slow down our customers modems with
(we're an ISP). It has rockwell info, as well as info for Lucent
internal and externals, US-Robotics and Cirrus Logic/Ambient chips.
On Tue, Feb 13, 2001 at 06:05:08PM -0000, Chris Evans wrote:
> Sorry, I don't know where else to ask this. I run a small Debian
> server and handle it with dialup from a M$ W2K machine and pretty
> good V90 modems. (Sorry, no choice of OS for other reasons!)
> I'm running into major problems suddenly with two different modems:
> dial up links to the network then tends to lock up with no good flow in
> either direction. My hunch is that it's as bandwidth problem either at
> the local exchange or my employer's internal wiring/switchboard but
> employer's helpful person says line is fine.
> Can anyone point me to any documents that would help with the
> troubleshooting of speed/reliability tradeoffs and how to set them for
> (M$) V90 and downwards? I feel sure there must be some good
> documents on the WWW about this.
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