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Acer Extensa 700 User Manual

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56K Internal Modem

User's Manual
Manuel de l'utilisateur
Benutzerhandbuch
Manual dell'utente

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  • Page 1: K Internal Modem

    56K Internal Modem User’s Manual Manuel de l'utilisateur Benutzerhandbuch Manual dell’utente...
  • Page 2 Copyright 1998 by this company. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of this company. The information contained in this manual has been verified at the time of this manual’s printing.
  • Page 3 English...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ... 1 Features...1 Installation ... 3 Setting Up the Modem in Windows 95/98...3 Installing the Driver ...3 Installing and Configuring the Software ...4 Testing Your Modem ...4 Setting Up the Modem in Windows NT ...5 Installing the PNPISA.SYS File...5 Installing the Driver ...5 Testing Your Modem ...7 Using Your Modem ...7...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    This 56K Internal modem provides the highest speed access to the Internet and online services, and especially accelerates downloading graphics, telegaming, and collaborative computing. It’s the highest speed international FAX/modem PC Card available. This modem operates over standard telephone lines, so you don’t have to pay additional, up-front, monthly costs for special lines.
  • Page 6 Introduction Software support Drivers provided for Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT. Supports telephony software, including Procomm, WinFAX, BitWare, and SuperVoice...
  • Page 7: Installation

    Setting Up the Modem in Windows 95/98 Your modem uses the Plug and Play (PnP) capabilities of you computer. PnP is a set of specifications that define the ability for the computer hardware and operating system to automatically configure all compliant devices that are installed, relieving the user of the need to determine which addresses and interrupts to user for each device.
  • Page 8: Installing And Configuring The Software

    Installation Installing and Configuring the Software Install the communication software according to the software user’s modem of the same COM port and IRQ line used by the modem. You may be prompted by the software to configure certain communication parameters. We suggest the following settings: Item Suggested Setting Baud rate...
  • Page 9: Setting Up The Modem In Windows Nt

    Setting Up the Modem in Windows NT Prepare the following to install the modem driver for Windows NT: Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM (includes the PNPISA.SYS file) Modem driver diskette Installing the PNPISA.SYS File Your modem is a Plug-and-Play modem and requires the PNPISA.SYS file to work in Windows NT.
  • Page 10 Installation Insert the modem driver diskette into the diskette drive and follow the instructions on the screen install the driver. Click on Set Configuration Manually to set the COM port resources. The following resource settings are suggested: Item Suggested Setting Modem I/O Address 100-107 COM I/O Address...
  • Page 11: Testing Your Modem

    Testing Your Modem In order to check if the modem is functioning properly, do the following: Click on Start, Programs, Administrative Tools (Common), Windows NT Diagnostics. Select the Resource tab, and verify that ltmodem is in the device list. This means that your modem has been activated and you have successfully installed the modem driver.
  • Page 12 Installation Common IRQ assignments for COM 1 to COM 4 ports are: COM Port Your device driver can be configured to different IRQ: IRQ3, IRQ10, and IRQ11.
  • Page 13: Troubleshooting

    If you encounter problems while using your modem, please read this chapter. If you can not resolve your difficulties after reading this chapter, contact your dealer or vendor for assistance. Modem does not respond to commands. Make sure the communication software is configured with the correct COM port and IRQ setting (same COM port and IRQ setting as the modem).
  • Page 14 Troubleshooting Modem makes a connection but no data appears on your screen. Make sure all communication parameters (baud rate, data, stop, and parity bits) are properly configured and are identical on both sides. Be certain hardware flow control (RTS/CTS - default) is enabled in both the modem and the communication software.
  • Page 15: At Commands

    Basic AT Commands Command Function Answer incoming call Repeat last command CCITT mode @1200 bps Bell mode @ 300/1200 bps Unselects V23 reverse channel Unselects V23 reverse channel CCITT @300 bps Bell mode @300 bps Transmit carrier always off Normal transmit carrier switching 0-9, A-D, * and # Redials last number Pause dialing...
  • Page 16 AT Commands Command Function The speaker is on until the carrier is detected, except while dialing Connect only at DTE rate Automatic rate negotiation Return to data mode Retain before returning to online data mode Rate renegotiation before returning to online data mode Selects pulse dialing Enables modem to send result codes to the computer (default)
  • Page 17 Command Function &J1 Not supported, responds ERROR &K0 Disable flow control &K3 Enable RTS/CTS flow control &K4 Enable XON/XOFF flow control &M0 Asynchronous mode (default) &P0 34/66 make/break ratio (default) &P1 33/55 make/break ratio (20 pps) &Q0 Asynchronous mode, buffered &Q5 Error control mode, buffered &Q6...
  • Page 18: Fax Class 1 Command

    AT Commands Command Function V.42bis/MNP 5 enabled. Data compression enabled (default) FAX Class 1 Command Command Function +Fclass=1 Service class +FAE=0 Disable data/fax auto answer +FAE=1 Enable data/fax auto answer +FRH=n Receive data with HDLC framing +FRM=n Receive data +FRS=n Receive silence, nx10 ms +FTH=n Transmit data with HDLC framing...
  • Page 19: S-registers

    Register Function Auto answer ring number Ring counter AT escape character Command line termination character Response formatting character Command line editing character Wait before dialing Connection completion time-out Comma dial modifier time Automatic disconnect delay DTMF dialing speed Escape guard time V.34 modulation enable/disable Inactivity timer Data calling tone...
  • Page 20: Result Code Summary

    Result Code Summary Result Code CONNECT RING NO CARRIER ERROR CONNECT 1200 EC* NO DIAL TONE BUSY NO ANSWER CONNECT 2400 EC* CONNECT 4800 EC* CONNECT 9600 EC* CONNECT 14400 EC* CONNECT 19200 EC* EC only appears when the extended result codes configuration option is enabled.

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