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Internal Modem installation with Linux

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I have a Diamond 56i Voice modem, it has not usable jumpers on the card and tends to mimic my onboard serial ports (Always mirrors one of them).  I seem to have a conflict with the modem and the serial port, all traffic to and from the modem is real real slow, any idea how I can speed things up?
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by:ahoffmann
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check what linux detected while booting in /proc/{interrupts,ioports}
Try to configure your modem using setserial.
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Install isapnptools for detect and configure your modem.

If you have a soundcard... remove it from your computer, run your isapnptools and detect your modem. Then, reinstall your soundcard and reconfigure it.

Bye!
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