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I want to be able to set up an idle time out on the dial in modems one or two hours.

It needs to monitor all the modems.

Thanks in advance.
Bob Ross
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If you use the S string in the modem init string, it will set the idle time-out for the modem. For example S120 will disconnect if idle for more than 120 minutes. So if you init string is AT&F, put AT&FS120.

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http://www.metricom.com/ricochet/support/modem/fifth3.htm
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Thanks, I found that.

It's S30=120

Thanks
Bob Ross

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