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I have a 28.8 internal Logicode modem with 6 white switches at the back to set com and interrupt numbers.  Lost the book and now I need to get it to use interrupt four!  Any one can help?
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For the logicode 2814HV and 28V14HV

switch 1 to 4 you set the interrupt :
irq 3 : on off off off
irq 4 : off on off off

switch 5 and 6 set the i/o port base :
com1 3f8 : on on
com2 2f8 : on off
com3 3e8 : off on
com4 2e8 : off off


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