Modem Commands

Where, how, and with what commands, do I run analog tests.  ex.  Analog loopback, loopback selftest, etc.  It is simple in school but.....
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ke4mocConnect With a Mentor Commented:
One more try.  Sorry I left out the primary part of your question.  Once more back to my library, and I come out with this.  But Again this is model specific to the Hayes modems:

However it may work on yours too.
AT&0 Ends testing
AT&1 Initiates Analog Loopback
AT&8 Initiates Analog Loopback with self-tgest and error detector.

captainoberAuthor Commented:
this gives me some of what I need.  I did get a lot at work this morning.  I am looking for the complete command list and what it would do.  Directions could be helpfull.  thanks
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captainoberAuthor Commented:
I need to run an analog loopback test and self test.  This text has some good stuff that I plan to read but  from what I see, doesn't help too much.  sorry.  thank you for the input.
The gist of the URL in KE4MOC's comment states:

> &T  Model-specific self-tests on some modems

Is that the answer you want?  :-)
Complete command set depends on the specific model of your modem!

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