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    Motorola 3460 Fast’R and 3460 Fast’R Plus Reference Guide...

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    Information and software in this document are proprietary to Motorola, Inc. (or its Suppliers) and without the express prior permission of an officer of Motorola, Inc., may not be copied, reproduced, disclosed to others, published, or used, in whole or in part, for any purpose other than that for which it is being made available.

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    Connecting Ports Warning Ports that are capable of connecting to other apparatus are defined as SELV. To ensure conformity with EN60950 - ensure that these ports are only connected to ports of the same type on other apparatus. Avertissement Les ports qui sont susceptibles d’être connectés à...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    About This Guide Chapter 1. Introduction 3460 Fast’R Overview ... Network Management Support ... Chapter 2. Access Security Functions In This Chapter ... Password Verification on Connection ... Callback Verification and Dial Restriction ... Configuration/Phone Number Access Restriction... Access Security AT Command Summary ... Appendix A.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Appendix A. Specifications (Continued) Stand-Alone Modem Interfaces and Connectors ... Computer (DTE) Interface ... Telephone Interface ... Network Management Interface ... Power Interface and On/Off Switch ... Off-Line Configuration (OLC) Button ... Panel Indicators and Switches ... Front-Panel User Interface ... LCD Display ...

  • Page 7: About This Guide

    Installation Guide (Part Number T0020-02). Audience This manual is intended for operators and administrators of the Motorola 3460 Fast’R and Fast’R Plus Modem and the Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard. Special Notices The following notices emphasize certain information in the guide. Each...

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    Caution Caution provides you with information that, if not followed, can result in damage to software, hardware, or data. Mise en Garde Une mise en garde vous fournit des informations qui, si elles ne sont pas observées, peuvent se traduire par des dommages pour le logiciel, le matériel ou les données.

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    Trademarks The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. Product Company/Organization Hayes Microcomputer Products, Inc. Hayes Hayes Microcomputer Products, Inc. HyperTerminal Hilgraeve, Inc. Windows Microsoft Corporation All other brand and product names trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

  • Page 11: Fast'r Overview, Network Management Support

    3460 Fast’R Overview The Motorola 3460 Fast’R Modem family provides reliable data communication to meet a wide variety of networking requirements. The 3460 Fast’R Modem, the 3460 Fast’R Plus Modem, and the Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard modem are fully interoperable.

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    Avertissement Tous les dispositifs Motorola doivent être utilisés dans des environnements conçus pour des ordinateurs et du matériel électronique. Dans les zones susceptibles d’être frappées par la foudre, prenez des précautions pour éviter que le matériel électronique soit endommagé. Contactez votre compagnie téléphonique, ou un vendeur d’accessoires...

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    3460 Fast’R Warning Do not attempt to repair the modem or enclosure. They contain no electronic components that can be serviced or replaced by a user. Any attempt at user service of the modem or enclosure, or opening of the 3460 Fast’R unit, voids the product warranty.

  • Page 15: In This Chapter, Password Verification On Connection, Callback Verification And Dial Restriction

    Password Verification on Connection With password verification, the modem must receive a password from the calling device, then validate it internally or send it to a Motorola network management system (NMS) for validation, in order to complete the connection. If a password is invalid, the modem disconnects.

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    With callback verification, the answering modem that successfully completes password verification with a calling modem hangs up, then calls the modem back. The modems then pass data. With callback dial restriction, the answering modem calls back only stored Phonebook numbers, not numbers sent by a calling modem. Enable these functions as follows.

  • Page 17: Configuration/phone Number Access Restriction

    Configuration/Phone Number Access Restriction Configuration and phone number access restriction applies to the local modem. With it enabled, you must enter a correct password before: • Listing, echoing, or storing Phonebook entries • Changing configuration options You do not enter the password to perform these functions: •...

  • Page 18: Access Security At Command Summary

    Access Security AT Command Summary Security Parameters, Factory Default Options Factory Command Default Option PE0 (Disabled) [None] [None] ZC0 (Off) ZD0 (Off) [None] ZR0 (Off) ZV0 (Disable) 3460 Fast’R Description Password protection Lock Configuration and Phone Number password-protection Enter password. Issue AT where x=password.

  • Page 19: In This Appendix, Physical Characteristics

    In This Appendix This appendix describes the physical characteristics, connectors, and interfaces of: • The 3460 Fast’R and Fast’R Plus stand-alone modem • The 3460 Fast’R and Fast’R Plus modem card • The AccessWay enclosure, backplane, and power supply • The Vanguard 3460 V.34 DaughterCard modem card For Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard specifications not shown here, refer to the Vanguard documentation.

  • Page 20: Operating Modes, Fax Data Rates, Fax Standards, Fax Modulation Protocols

    3460 Fast’R Operating Modes Full-duplex, point-to-point. Accessway enclosure-card modems, Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard modems, and stand-alone units are fully interoperable. Fax Data Rates • ITU-T Rec. T.4 and T.30 Group 3—14.4 KBPS Fax Standards EIA 578 Class 1 Fax EIA 592 Class 2.0 Fax Fax Modulation Protocols ITU-T V.17 ITU-T V.27ter...

  • Page 21: Environmental Limits, Product Safety Regulatory Marking

    Environmental Limits Operating Conditions Condition Modem Card Temperature Operating temperature: 32 to 122 F (0 to 50 C) maximum Relative Humidity 5% to 90% (noncondensing) Vibration and Shock In approved shipping container, conforms to the National Safe Transit Association Percipient Test Specification requirements.

  • Page 22: Electromagnetic Compatibility, Fax Branding

    Electromagnetic Compatibility The stand-alone modem, Fast’R modem card, and AccessWay enclosure conform to the following emissions standards. • FCC PART 15A CLASS A (card and enclosure) • FCC PART 15A CLASS B (stand-alone modem) • IEC CISPR 22 and EN 55022 CLASS A (card and enclosure) •...

  • Page 23: Accessway Enclosure Power Supply And Power Requirements

    AccessWay Enclosure Power Supply and Power Requirements The AccessWay enclosure backplane provides common power and communications connections for up to 16 Fast’R modem cards mounted within. Its connectors are shown in Figure A-1. Location A Telephone Connectors, Slots 1-16 Computer Connectors Location B Telephone Connectors, Slots 1-16...

  • Page 24: Accessway Enclosure Connectors And Interfaces, Modem Interface

    AccessWay Enclosure and Network Management The AccessWay provides a network management interface to a Motorola ISG 9000 NMS. Up to four AccessWays can be connected in daisy-chain fashion to one NMS connection. A modem card must be present in Slot 9 of each enclosure to transmit network management information to and from other modems in the enclosure.

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    Modems That Support Two-Wire Leased or Dial Connections Slot 9 Modem Card Tip Slot 9 Modem Card Ring Slot 10 Modem Card Tip Slot 10 Modem Card Ring Slot 16 Modem Card Tip Slot 16 Modem Card Ring *AccessWay backplanes labeled “Modem A/Modem B” do not support four-wire leased-line connections.

  • Page 26: Computer (dte) Interface, Dial And Two-wire Leased Line Telephone Interface

    Computer (DTE) Interface The AccessWay rear panel has up to 32 female DB25 connectors, which support a subset of the ITU-T V.24 and EIA/TIA-232E specifications. Pinouts are as follows: Computer Interface V.24 Signal Number 108.x Pins not listed here are not used. Dial and Two-Wire Leased Line Telephone Interface The AccessWay enclosure rear panel has 32 RJ11 connectors or two 50-pin mass-termination connectors.

  • Page 27: Network Management Interface, Power Interface

    Mass-Termination Interface Pinouts 1 through 25 26 through 50 Pins not listed here are not used. A 50-pin connector provides connections to 16 modems. Tip-ring pin pairs are: 1 and 26; 2 and 27; and so on. In some countries, the telephone interface requires an adaptor. Network Management Interface The AccessWay rear panel has two female 8-pin DIN connectors.

  • Page 28: Off-line Configuration (olc) Button

    Off-Line Configuration (OLC) Button The off-line configuration button, labelled OLC, is located on the front of the card. Pressing the button makes the modem enter command mode, in which the user in synchronous or leased-line environments can change config- uration options. Use the OLC button to change a configuration as follows.

  • Page 29: Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard Connectors And Interfaces, Telephone Interface, Network Management Interface

    Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard Connectors and Interfaces Vanguard 3460 modem card interface and connectors are as follows. Telephone Interface Telephone Interface DIAL Connector Interface: RJ-11 Connection Type: Dial Line Function Ring LEASE Connector Interface: RJ-11 Connection Type: Two- or Four-Wire Leased Line Two-Wire Function Not used Ring...

  • Page 30: Stand-alone Modem Interfaces And Connectors, Computer (dte) Interface

    Stand-Alone Modem Interfaces and Connectors Computer (DTE) Interface The stand-alone modem rear panel has one female DB25 connector. Pinouts are as follows: Computer Interface BA/103 BB/104 CA/105 CB/106 CC/107 AB/102 CF/109 DB/114 DD/115 CD/108.1/2 CE/125 DA/113 Pins not listed here are not used. A-12 3460 Fast’R Circuit...

  • Page 31: Telephone Interface

    Telephone Interface The stand-alone modem rear panel has two RJ11 connectors, labelled LINE and PHONE. Pinouts are as follows: Modems That Support Two-Wire Leased or Dial Connections LINE* Connector Interface: RJ-11 Connection Type: Two-Wire Leased-Line or Dial Line Function Telset Ring (Alternative) Two-wire Leased Line/Dial-Line Ring Two-wire Leased Line/Dial-Line Tip Telset Tip (Alternative)

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    Modems That Support Two- or Four-Wire Leased or Dial Connections PHONE/LINE Connector Interface: RJ-11 Connection Type: Dial Line and Telephone Set Function Telset Ring Dial-Line Ring Dial-Line Tip Telset Tip LEASE Connector Interface: RJ-11 Connection Type: Two- or Four-Wire Leased Line Function Four-Wire Rx Tip Two-Wire Ring/Four-Wire Tx Ring...

  • Page 33: Power Interface And On/off Switch, Off-line Configuration (olc) Button

    Power Interface and On/Off Switch The stand-alone modem rear panel has one power connector. Power Interface Power Type Low Voltage AC The On (1)/Off (0) switch supplies and removes power to the modem. A power transformer accompanies each stand-alone modem. The unit conditions the power supply, as follows: Power Requirements Requirement at Main...

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    Use the OLC button to change a configuration as follows. Changing a Configuration With the OLC Button Step Change one or more configuration options. Enter the Save to Option Set command (AT&Wn, where n is 1 or 2). Enter the Option Set to Power Up In command (AT&Yn, where n is: 0 for last-loaded option set;...

  • Page 35: Panel Indicators And Switches

    Panel Indicators and Switches Accessway enclosure cards and stand-alone modems have the following front panel indicators, except where noted. On a dual-modem card, each modem has a set of indicators. Vanguard 3460 V.34 Daughtercard modems have only the MR and OH indicators. Front Panel Interface Indicator •...

  • Page 36: Front-panel User Interface, Lcd Display

    Front Panel Interface (continued) Indicator Light bars Operating-status indicators. Stand-alone modem only. OLC button Off-Line Configuration. (Only required with leased-line or synchronous applications, where no ACU is present.) Places the modem into a mode in which the configuration can be modified. On the stand-alone modem, the OLC button is on the rear panel.

  • Page 37: Control Buttons, Compatibility

    The modem is compatible with modems that comply with the CCITT V-series specifications and ITU modulation modes, including the Motorola 326X Series, V.3400 Series, and “M” Series modems. 326X Leased-Line Operation Note For optimum performance between a 3460 and a 326X in V.34 mode over a leased line, Motorola recommends the following configuration: •...

  • Page 39: Country-specific Parameters, In This Appendix

    Appendix B Country-Specific Information In This Appendix This appendix describes modem functions and features that vary by country from the standard Universal International command set. Country-Specific Parameters Modems are pre-configured for a country or region of operation. These default options vary by country from the standard Universal International command set.

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    Australia, New Zealand Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    Austria Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Belgium Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Canada Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Denmark, Netherlands, Luxembourg Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    Finland Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

  • Page 46: S7 Parameter

    France Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Germany Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    India Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Italy Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Japan Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Malaysia Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Norway Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Portugal Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Singapore Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

  • Page 55: South Africa

    South Africa Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX...

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    Spain Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Switzerland Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Universal/International Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out AT*LX Leased-Line Transmit (Tx) Level...

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    Universal/International - CTR21 Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    Universal/International - CTR15, CTR17, CTR21 Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    Universal/International - K.21 Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    Universal/International - K.21- Czech Republic Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

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    U. S. A. Command ATS0 Ring Count to Answer On AT*DR or AT*RD Auto Redial ATS6 Blind Dial AT*TT Call Time-Out ATS10 DCD Loss Disconnect AT*PT Dial Type AT*DX Dial Transmit (Tx) Level AT*DD Dial Wait ATS11 DTMF Tone Length AT&G Guard Tone LAL Busy Out...

  • Page 65: At Command Set, In This Appendix

    Attention (AT) Commands for Fax In This Appendix This section describes fax control and management (AT+)commands. AT Command Set AT (ATtention) commands are character sequences that you enter from a computer or network management system (NMS) to control and manage a modem. The semi-colon is the separator character.

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    Data modem Service Class 1 fax modem Service Class 2.0 fax modem Manufacturer ID Reads the manufacturer ID from the modem. The modem responds: Motorola Modem ID Reads the modem ID from the modem. The modem responds: 3460 Software Revision Level Reads the software revision ID from the modem.

  • Page 67: Configuration Commands

    Table 2-1. Fax Class 1 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FRM=n +FRS=n +FTH=n +FTM=n +FTS=n Configuration Commands +FLO=n +FPR=n The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Default (pre-set) options are underlined. 3460 Fast’R Description Specifies the modulation mode, training time, and data rate for received fax data without HDLC framing.

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    Table 2-1. Fax Class 1 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Default (pre-set) options are underlined. 3460 Fast’R Description 21.6 KBPS 24.0 KBPS 26.4 KBPS 28.8 KBPS 31.2 KBPS 31.2 KBPS 38.4 KBPS...

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    Data modem Service Class 1 fax modem Service Class 2.0 fax modem Manufacturer ID Reads the manufacturer ID from the modem. The modem responds: Motorola Modem ID Reads the modem ID from the modem. The modem responds: 3460 Software Revision Level Reads the software revision ID from the modem.

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    Table 2-2. Fax Class 2.0 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FDR +FDT +FIP +FKS Configuration Commands +FCC= VR, BR, WD, LN, DF, EC, BF, ST +FCR=n +FIS= VR, BR, WD, LN, DF, EC, BF, ST The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Parameters and options shown shaded gray vary by country.

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    Table 2-2. Fax Class 2.0 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FCS= VR, BR, WD, LN, DF, EC, BF, ST +FLI= +FPI= +FNR= r, t, i, n +FPS= 2 - 4 The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Parameters and options shown shaded gray vary by country.

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    Table 2-2. Fax Class 2.0 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FCQ=r, t r options: t options: +FLO=n +FPR=n The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Parameters and options shown shaded gray vary by country. For your country’s options, refer to the 3460 Fast’R Reference Guide (T0022).

  • Page 73

    Table 2-2. Fax Class 2.0 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FBO= +FCR=n +FBU The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Parameters and options shown shaded gray vary by country. For your country’s options, refer to the 3460 Fast’R Reference Guide (T0022).

  • Page 74

    Table 2-2. Fax Class 2.0 AT Command Set (continued) Command Option +FAA=n +FCT=n 0 - FFH (hex) (30 sec.) +FHS? +FBS? The characters AT or at precede all commands except: +++, #####, and A/ Parameters and options shown shaded gray vary by country. For your country’s options, refer to the 3460 Fast’R Reference Guide (T0022).

  • Page 75: Result Messages And Codes

    Result Messages and Codes The modem follows most AT commands with messages that indicate its responses or actions. The following table shows messages the modem sends in response to AT commands and operating events. Table 2-3. Result Messages and Codes Text Form Call Progress Result Codes CONNECT...

  • Page 76

    Table 2-3. Result Messages and Codes (continued) Text Form CONNECT 38400 CONNECT 57600 CONNECT 115200 CONNECT 230400 Connect Message Result Codes, Reliable=Short CONNECT RELIABLE CONNECT 1200 RELIABLE CONNECT 2400 RELIABLE CONNECT 4800 RELIABLE CONNECT 7200 RELIABLE CONNECT 9600 RELIABLE CONNECT 12000 RELIABLE CONNECT 14400 RELIABLE CONNECT 16800 RELIABLE CONNECT 19200 RELIABLE...

  • Page 77

    Table 2-3. Result Messages and Codes (continued) Text Form CONNECT 12000 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 14400 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 16800 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 19200 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 21600 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 24000 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 26400 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 28800 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 31200 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y) CONNECT 33600 RELIABLE EC=(x) DC=(y)

  • Page 78

    Table 2-3. Result Messages and Codes (continued) Text Form NO DIALTONE BUSY NO ANSWER Fax Class 2.0 Responses +FCI - Remote CSI (Called Station ID) string. +FCO - Connection with Group 3 facsimile station established +FCS - DCS frame information. Negotiated T.30 parameters for session.

  • Page 79

    Table 2-3. Result Messages and Codes (continued) Text Form Phase D +FDR Command Responses CONNECT - another page +FHS:00 Table 2-4. Disconnect Reasons Code Description DTR dropped ATH command issued Remote disconnected Manager request Configuration changed Restoral - Manager End Restoral - Manager MI/MIC signal trans to off Talk/Data pushed End restoral - DTR...

  • Page 80

    Table 2-4. Disconnect Reasons (continued) Code Description DTR not in proper state Number Forbidden or Delayed 64 Retrain threshold exceeded Ans/Orig mode changed-Pin 11 66 No stored number to dial Test in progress Callback in progress FSK & sync mode invalid Semicolon detected ABT timeout, no ringback ABT timeout, with ringback...

  • Page 81

    Table 2-5. +FHS Command Responses: Hang-Up Status Codes (continued) Value DCS sent 3 times without response DIS/DTC received 3 times; DCS not recognized Failure to train at 2400 bps or +FMS value “Response Received?” invalid response received Transmit Phase C Hang-up Codes Unspecified Transmit Phase C error Unspecified image format error Image conversion error...

  • Page 82

    Table 2-5. +FHS Command Responses: Hang-Up Status Codes (continued) Value Receive Phase D Hang-up Codes Unspecified Receive Phase D error “Response Received?” invalid response received “Command Received?” invalid response received Unable to continue after PIN or PIP Table 2-6. T.30 Post-Page Message Codes PPM Code T.30 Label PRI-MPS...

  • Page 83

    Table 2-8. Frame Sub-Parameters Label Function Vertical Resolution Bit Rate Page Width Page Length Data Compression Format Error Correction Binary File Transfer Minimum Scan Time/Line 3460 Fast’R Value Description Normal Fine 2400 bps 4800 bps 7200 bps 9600 bps 12000 bps 14400 bps 1728 pixels in 215 am A4, 297 am...

  • Page 85

    Symbols + commands action capabilities-identification and control Numerics A-19 326X Series modem 9000 NMS AC power supply module A-19 Across button AT commands Audience Australia Austria backplane Belgium A-19 buttons, control Call Progress Result Codes Callback Callback Verification Canada A-19 CCITT A-17 CD LED...

  • Page 86

    DC power supply module Denmark A-11 DIAL Connector Dial Restriction dimensions A-19 Down button Downloading documentation and software EIA/TIA-232E Electromagnetic specifications emissions standards Enabling Callback Verification and Dial Restriction Enabling Password Verification by a Local Modem A-19 Enter button Fax Class 1 Result Codes Fax Class 2.0 Result Codes fax specifications Finland...

  • Page 87

    Mass-Termination Interface Pinouts Messages spéciaux Important Miscellaneous Result Codes MODEM A and MODEM B Connectors MODEM A and MODEM B Mass Line-Termination Connectors Motorola 9000 OMS Network Management System Motorola Web site A-17 MR LED Netherlands network management Network Management Interface Pinouts...

  • Page 88

    password Password protection Password Verification Password verification A-13 PHONE connector PHONE/LINE Connector Phonebook A-12 A-13 Pinouts B-15 Portugal A-15 Power connector A-15 Power Interface A-15 Power Requirements power supply module Power surges A-15 power transformer A-17 RD LED Regulatory labels relative humidity Remote Configuration Result Codes Repair...

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    S (Continued) stacking modems stand-alone modem B-19 Switzerland temperature C-13 Test Pattern Result Code A-17 TR LED transformer B-25 U.S.A. B-20 Universal/International Universal/International - CTR15, CTR17, CTR21 Universal/International - CTR21 Universal/International - K.21 Universal/International - K.21 Czech Republic Universal/International command set A-19 V.3400 Series modem A-11...

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