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Does any one know what the dip switches are for the Logicaode 28.8 Internal?
Six switches and nothing to tell me what they do!

Rick
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Bad news: Logicode is no longer in business,
and their web-site is also defunct.

My guess is the first 4 switches determine the IRQ-number
(3,4,5,7)
so set any *ONE* of them to the 'ON' position,

and the other 2 switches set the COM port number,
maybe something like 00 => 1, 01 ==> 2, 10 ==> 3, 11 ==> 4.

Good luck.

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Take a look at a PAQ (Previously Answered Question) at:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/hardware/modems/Q.10093991
which poses the question:
> 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!

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by:Otta
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If you get it working, and need "drivers", see:

http://www.windrivers.com/company/logicode/logidrvs.htm
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