Controlling the speed of a dial-up modem connection

  • Thread starter Man-wai Chang ToDie (33.6k)
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Man-wai Chang ToDie (33.6k)

The chip is Conexant CX11252-11.

It did NOT response to ATS37 as well as ATF, which were the registers I
remembered that could control a modem's connection speed when making a
call. I tried ATN0S37=0 (to set connection speed as DTE speed), Still
no go.

What other AT command could I try?

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/( _ )\ (Xubuntu 8.04.2) Linux 2.6.28.7
^ ^ 16:39:01 up 14 days 23:20 2 users load average: 1.05 1.13 1.07
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Paul

Man-wai Chang ToDie (33.6k) said:
The chip is Conexant CX11252-11.

It did NOT response to ATS37 as well as ATF, which were the registers I
remembered that could control a modem's connection speed when making a
call. I tried ATN0S37=0 (to set connection speed as DTE speed), Still
no go.

What other AT command could I try?

Try section 3.2.4 on PDF page 77.

ftp://ftp.aopen.com/pub/manual/modem/conexant%20at%20cmds_released.pdf

I'd try something like this. Substitute V90 or whatever your
modem pool is using.

AT+MS=K56,1,300,33600,300,56000

HTH,
Paul
 
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Man-wai Chang ToDie (14.4k)

Try section 3.2.4 on PDF page 77.
ftp://ftp.aopen.com/pub/manual/modem/conexant%20at%20cmds_released.pdf

I'd try something like this. Substitute V90 or whatever your
modem pool is using.

AT+MS=K56,1,300,33600,300,56000

Thanks!!

I found another link: http://www.modemsite.com/56K/x2-linklimit.asp ;)

--
@[email protected] Might, Courage, Vision, SINCERITY.
/ v \ Simplicity is Beauty! May the Force and Farce be with you!
/( _ )\ (Xubuntu 8.04.2) Linux 2.6.28.7
^ ^ 19:55:01 up 15 days 2:36 2 users load average: 1.14 1.12 1.22
???! ???! ???! ???! ???! ???! ????? (CSSA):
http://www.swd.gov.hk/tc/index/site_pubsvc/page_socsecu/sub_addressesa
 

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