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What Kind of Modem is This?

Posted on 1998-12-17
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I have a modem here that I wanted to identify and get info on.  It is a USRobotics CJEUSA- 22184-MM-E copyright 1995.  Do you have any idea what type of modem this is and or what the speed of it is?
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by:Asta Cu
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Searched 3Com and USR web sites, only one document referenced your information, the link is below.  Sounds like a 56K modem, but you may want to check this out.

http://search.3com.com/query.html?col=support&col=public&col=jobs&col=palmpilo&qp=&qt=CJEUSA-+22184-MM-E+&qs=&qc=support+public+jobs+palmpilo&pw=600&ws=0&qm=0&st=1&nh=10&lk=1&rf=0&rq=0
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by:joopv
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This CJE number is an FCC id from, indeed, USRobotics.  Do you also have a model number ?

The url does not work - at least not here.

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by:MATTCEI
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Please supply the model number - a string of up to 20 digits located under the bar code - probably near where you got that 'CJE..' code.
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by:Otta
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If the USR modem works, send several commands to it,
via any communications-program (Kermit, HyperTerminal, etc.),
namely:
  ATI0 -- 4-digit product code
  ATI3 -- product type
  ATI7 -- product configuration
  ATI9 -- Plug and Play status

and report the results.
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by:Otta
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> the URL does not work.

Well, it does work for me,
but the document to which it points does *NOT* contain
the search-string.  The document was updated on 09-DEC-98,
so it must have contained the search-string at *SOME* date,
i.e., at the date when the "search-index" was generated.


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by:Asta Cu
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That's bizarre, when I checked it out this morning, the exact model and information posted was in the document.  Go figure.  Sorry, no one needs to chase tails.  Oh well, I appreciate the learning experience nonetheless, and sorry it didn't help.
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by:Otta
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ASTAEC, that's bizarre.
I rechecked (http://www.3com.com/news/isoemsh_jp.html)
and still cannot see the information.
What's the URL that you are looking at?
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by:Asta Cu
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The rather lengthy copy and paste URL which was posted when I cut/paste in my prior comment which  I included was the item in particular.  I'll rechecK shortly, right after I fix an immediate OE Exception error that welcomed me at sign on.

Until later....  Ain't life grand?  Love computers !!!!!
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by:MATTCEI
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kristinc - you there?
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by:Asta Cu
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Baffling.  In my initial query, I chose similar, and found a few occurrences with the ID.

Perhaps this link will help identify the modem.  Not looking for any points, just learning, and sharing.

http://www.3com.com/56k/usr/upgrade/nativedk.html
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by:anray
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I have searched the FCC database at gullfoss.fcc.gov and also at www.fcc.gov but neither of them show an FCC code anything like the code you mentioned. As was previously mentioned the CJE part of your code is the FCC identifier for US Robotics. Have a look on the unit for another code. FCC codes granted in 1995 to US Robotics generally looked like this CJE-0305 (ie the CJE identifier followed by a hyphen and a four digit number, with the first digit often being a zero(0)).

If you find this code you can then go to either of the sites listed above and search for it yourself.
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by:Otta
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If the USR modem works, send several commands to it,
via any communications-program (Kermit, HyperTerminal, etc.),
namely:
    ATI0 -- 4-digit product code
    ATI3 -- product type
    ATI7 -- product configuration
    ATI9 -- Plug and Play status

and report the results.
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by:Otta
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KRISTINE, any progress to report?
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by:Otta
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KRISTINE, any progress to report?
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aux5 earned 220 total points
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I would love to answer your question:  i assume you use windows 95 or 98?

doubleclick My Computer,
Control Panel
Modems
then click on Diagnostics,
then click on the COM port which shows your modem
and click MORE INFO

the name and model of your modem will appear in the results!


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by:kristinc
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for all your help. I was away(for a long time).  I was working on a work term when I wrote this question and I finished up before Christmas.  I am so sorry I never got back to you.  Thanks for the overwelming response.  Good answers.  
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