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Hi,

I have a motorola modem connected to my PC running windows 2000 professional.  When I dial in to my pc, I want it to ring 8 times before answering.  Right now it only rings twice and then answers.  Any suggestions.

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In the "extra settings" for the "properties" of the modem,
add 'S0=8' to set the number of rings on which to answer in Auto-Answer mode.
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