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Speed up modems in SCO UNIX

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How can I make my modems connect faster than 19K2 in SCO UNIX? We have tried to enable RTS/CTS and modified gettydefs but it didn´t help. We have USR Sportster 33,6 modems. We have also tried to change the NCLIST and TTHOGS kernel parameters as described on the SCO homepage. We use SCO Unix 5.0.4.
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Did you check with SCO or it's documentation to see if it supports a serial port rate greater than 19.2?
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We solved it. But thanks for your tip!
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