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Fixed a baud rate

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Dear All,
 I am trying to fix the baud rate to 2400 for a Rockwell internal modem, I used AT&F+MS=V22B but it DID NOT WORK. Do you know the command to fix the baud rate to 2400?

Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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If you want to force the LINE speed to 2400 bps, use "ATS37=6". I just tried it on a Rockwell modem, surely works. ("ATS37=0" sets back the default speed.)
To set the speed between the modem and the PC, rather use the modem control panel.
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In device manager right click on modem click>properties> on modems tab set the maximum speed to 2400.  Now this isn't as consistant or perfect as an AT modem command, but if it'll do the job that you need it do...
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