motorola 3266

Hi , I have some modem (I think it's a modem) from motorola
calld 3266.
Can you please tell me what it is , what the specifications of it and how much it coasts.
EvgenyAsked:
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dunnawayCommented:
I think you have a 28.8 modem capable of 4 wire leased line or 2-wire dial up operation. The manual for it is available at
http://www.mot.com/MIMS/ISG/Products/326x/manual/
Prices I have come up with for this modem are around $750.00

Hope this helps.
Dunnaway.
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EvgenyAuthor Commented:
what is "4 wire leased line" and "2-wire dial up operation"?

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dunnawayCommented:
 4 wire leased line is a dedicated telephone line using 4 wires... 2 wires are used for receiving and 2 wires are used for transmitting data. These lines are normally used for data exchange between networks or for data acquisition and control of remote equipment. These lines are usually capable of faster speeds and have less noise than a normal telephone line. You are connected directly to the modem on the other end of the phone line without having to dial a phone number...
   The modems can be setup to "Train" which is a process of sending out a connect signal to the other modem whenever the connection is lost. They do not dial a number to connect to the other modem.
  A 2 wire dial up line is what you normally use whenever you pick up the telephone. The modem you have is capable of both types of operation... The 2 wire dial up is the mode that most PC's with modems use for communications.

Hope this helps.
Dunnaway
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