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In the AT modem command set what is the opposite of +++

Posted on 2001-07-26
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I'm using as USR modem on a link and have had to use the +++ command to get control of the modem to issue a command to it whilst it was dialed up ( and working ). This has worked and the command I send to the modem also worked, but what do I send to the modem to tell it to stop listening for commands and continue passing data accross the link ?
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Try AT O0 (that's the letter O followed by zero).

A good reference guide to the AT command set is:
http://members.tripod.com/michaelgellis/modem.html
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That's made it work ... Thanks very much
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