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Hi,

My modem has returned the following answers (i am using an internal modem):
ati3 = V2.000-V34_ACF_DP1
ati6 = RCV288DPFSP Rev 44BC

What kind of modem do i have?
Is there a URL i can enter it and get the answer?
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I don't think that's enough info to fully ID the modem.  RCV288DPFSP Rev 44BC identifies the chipset as AT&T and V2.000-V34_ACF_DP1 identifes the firmware version.

Can you pull the modem and check the FCC ID number?  Then you can look it up here: http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/


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