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Turn off the speaker in my Multitech modem!

I have a Multitech modem k56flex and I would like to know how to shut it up? Which AT string/command to use?
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ccckkk
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kamallCommented:
Try ATM0
(the 0 is zero)
this disables the speaker, while ATM1 enables it.
Hope that works.
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mikhaelCommented:
Really ? , I thought L0, L1, L2 or L3 were the AT commands.

Ccckkk, L0 is spkr off and L3 is loudest. Try it. :)
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bass5763Commented:
Try going into:
Start | Control Panel | Modems
and clicking on your modem properties, as most modems have a bar where you can set the modems speaker volume level.

Thanks,
Matt Calhoun
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mikhaelCommented:
Bass, that will work, HOWEVER, (and like my answer) it will become the default and can be overwritten in each modem app.

ccckkk, any progress?
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ccckkkAuthor Commented:
Neither the speaker volume bar in the modem properties, ATM0 or ATL0 will shut up my modem.
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bass5763Commented:
Is it an Internel or Externel?
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chcheahCommented:
L0, L1, L2 or L3 does not work on Multitech modems ( not on older models anyway ) Try atm0&w0 and then reset the modem. BTW what application are you using ?
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aszureCommented:
This is directly from the multitech site

----The MT2834BL has an internal on-board, speaker which functions    
like the speaker in a telephone handset to enable you to monitor phone    
line activity. The M command can be used to determine when the    
speaker is operational. Entering ATM0 disables the speaker    
completely, while ATM1 causes the speaker to be on only until a    
carrier signal is detected. ATM2 causes the speaker to remain on at all    
times. ATM3  causes the speaker to be on during dialing and off    
during handshake. ATM1 is the default setting, and the one that    
should be used in most applications.  
Enable or Disable Recognition of Remote Digital Loop Signal &T  

You need to make sure that you put that command into the advanced settings.
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kamallCommented:
aszure,
I think that I gave the same answer you proposed (with more details), but it didn't work!. If it works, I beleive that I should get the points... right?

ccckkk,
In the Control Panel - Modems - General - Properties - Connection - Advanced - Extra String, if you put the string ATM0 (that did not work) replace it with M0 only (without the AT prefix). If this do not work, try &F&M0&C1&D2 .
Regards
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