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slow supraexpress 56k modem

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56k supra express modem only connecting at speeds between 19,000 and 24,000 have tried a few different init strings.  isp says should be able to connect to them up to the high 40,000's.
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make sure you are connected to a 56k flex line not a X2 nor a v.34 line. Plus, inorder to have a good connection the line between you and the ISP must be in great condition. Plus make sure you are using their driver and the max connection is 56700

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ALL drivers are up to date, worked extensively to assure compatibility with isp.
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ALL drivers are up to date, worked extensively to assure compatibility with isp.
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