Re: cu connects to PnP modem ok, but no response for AT
> Earlier, I reported that:
> # cu --speed 115200 ---line /dev/ttyS1
> cu: open (/dev/ttyS1): Permission denied
> cu: /dev/ttyS1: Line in use
> To fix this, I did:
> # vigr
> [added my user name to the 'dialout' group]
> # newgrp dialout
> # cu --speed 115200 --line /dev/ttyS1
> [here I type "at&f", which is not echoed]
> cu: write: I/O error
Looks like your modem is not really detected by linux. The "connected"
message from cu only means that it was able to access /dev/ttyS1 device, but
the fact that your commands are not echoed means your modem is not detected.
Most pnp modems need isapnptools to work, unless there is a way to get it back
into "legacy" mode. Install isapnptools package, and take a look at
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