Modem at commands

I want to know what is the AT command that
disable echo for example if I write this command:

atdt1234 the modem send it again to me.

Also I want to know more commands if posible.
Thanks in advance.
Motaz
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intheCommented:
motaz read some of these:
http://www.option.co.za/hayesat.htm

http://www.weblore.net/Bulletins/Modems/ATCommands.asp

http://www.diamondmm.com/products/manuals/supraexpress56manual/xp56ref.d.html

really you should go to your modem manufacturers website or search for you specific modem as some commands only work with some modems..
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MotazAuthor Commented:
Thanks barry, I find it

The command is ate0

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