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using the call back fuction of the nt3.51 ras server the modem
tries to hook up, does not get a dial tone and disconnects.
i tried the following:
- connect to the modem via a terminal programm, entered
  "atx3", save it
- looked in the modem configuration settings (in nt)

whenever nt ras uses the modem, it seems to reset it
to atx4 (need dial tone).
what can i do?
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MODEM.INF       Remote Access Server modem setup information file.

Search for this file on you computer and modify it as in the following:

Update the existing Modem.inf file by appending the section on your particular modem section, as follows:

Look for a section  (this is an example, do not copy exactly)
Add atx3 to a line which looks like the following:

COMMAND_INIT=AT&a3x4e1q0v1s0=0s7=55s2=128<cr> COMMAND_INIT=AT&b1&c1&d2b0x4<hwflowcontrol><compression><protocol> <speaker><cr> COMMAND_DIAL=<autodial><phonenumber><cr> COMMAND_LISTEN=ATS0=1<cr>

Re-install your modem in RAS and choose your modem from the list provided, the inf file will now have been updated and always set to atx3.

-Matthew
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