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Posted on 2010-09-18
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I know this is ancient technology, but i have a US Robotics courier ISDN modem that i need to make an analog call (to another v.92 modem) with.  What are the init strings that i need to send to the modem to make the call?
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The init string would probably be AT*M=0*T1=00*V1=1*T2=00*V2=5&D2 then you enter the dial string ATD5551234567 to make a call.  You understand that it would still need ISDN service even though you want to make analog calls right?  Also unless it has X2, the speeds will top out at 33.6k.

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Ideally you should use the Configuration Manager software that would have come with the product.  This will test the line and set the init string for you, I would say.

http://www.usr.com/support/s-cour-isdn/s-cour-isdn-docs/1153-00.pdf
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