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Looking for modem Jumper settings for Sierra SQ 3465 33.6 modem

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I need the jumper settings for a Sierra SQ-3465 33.6 modem.  Can anyone help?  Jumpers numbered S1 to S8.  Thanks.
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You'll have to be more specific. Sierra SQ-3465 is a CHIPSET for a modem (not the actual modem).. so that still won't help me find the jumper settings. PLease post any additional info you can find on the modem. By the way.. Every modem I see so far that uses the sq3465 chipset is a 28.8 modem.

Let me know and I'll post the needed settings ASAP.

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It has the model number FB WS-2814JS6, FCC Id number J41-SQ3465V34P.
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Check this url:

http://www.wisecominc.com/jumper.htm

which explains all jumpersettings
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