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Hello.
I need to do this from my application:
- open a connection
- digit number #43# with my modem
- wait a few seconds (may be 2-3)
- close the connection
- open the Internet connection (already done)
- (when Internet connection is over) open a new connection
- digit number *43#
- wait a few seconds (may be 2-3)
- close the connection.
I don't know how to dial any number with the modem, while I know how to open and close an Internet connection (I use a freeware component).
I tried some components to dial the numbers I need (like TTelefon, TDialer, etc.) but they doesn't work...
I don't have any TAPI knowledges.
Thanks in advance.
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On DSP (http://sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi/) there is a Comport Component. You can send AT Commands like this to the ComPort with your Modem.
AT&DT#43*
The name of the ZIP File is: comm32.zip or comdrv32.zip
Thomas
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by:mauromol
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Thank you.
On DSP I could also find another good component: TAPILine.

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