Can't connect to USRobotics w/ Rockwell

I have 33,600 Rockwell Modem and can't seem to connect to a USRobotics modem.
This is the first time I have a problem with my modem.
Is there something I can do?
pinkman98Asked:
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saar2Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Try this one:

Before you try to connect, type the line:

AT S9=100 S10=255

First, try only to type it on the Rockwell modem, if it doesn't work try to type it on both of the modems.

Saar Carmi

EMail: saar@bigfoot.com
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mikecrCommented:
Describe in a little more detail what happens when you dial into the USR modem.
Do they handshake and then disconnect?

Mike
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OttaCommented:
Are you connecting to a colleague's modem,
an ISP's analogue modem, or an ISP's digital-modem server ?
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johncookCommented:
Hmmm, not alot to go on here...
Do you connect and then the modems drop off...
Or if they don't even connect... do you hear the initial connect negotiation ?

Usually an initialization string change can enhance your ability to connect to another modem..
Take a look at your Modem book and see if it recommends any specific init strings.

John C. Cook

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OttaCommented:
Try 'ATZ' or 'AT&F' or 'AT&F1' to initialize your modem.
These are the most-common strings, and one string will work
in almost all cases.
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pinkman98Author Commented:
Nope that AT commands didn't help...
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OttaCommented:
> Nope that AT commands didn't help...

What did you try?
What did you expect to happen?
Did you hear the modem "answer" ?
What happened?
What did not happen?
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pinkman98Author Commented:
I can hear the other modem answer, but the handshake sound "stuckes" and doesn't stop.
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OttaCommented:
Are you trying to connect to a colleague's modem,
an ISP's analogue modem,
or an ISP's digital-modem server ?
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pinkman98Author Commented:
I don't what type of ISP it is, but it is about 10 modems, which are connected in an ISDN line to a large (and known) internet provider service.
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