[hcflinux] Caller ID not supported?
k5wls at verizon.net
Fri Aug 20 13:55:10 EDT 2004
Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> please try in Windows XP one the same machine to see if Caller ID
> feature in Windows XP is correctly working.
I don't understand what you are asking me to do. It sounds like you
are asking me to install Windows XP on the Linux pc where the modem
is located, but I know that's not what you are saying.
I apologize for being dense, but could you please elaborate on what
you want me to do?
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> Rick Matthews wrote:
> > I'm glad to hear that caller ID is working...
> > I don't know if this modem has the required hardware. I can tell you
> > every component that's on the board, but I do not have any
> > documentation that was delivered with the modem. On the other hand,
> > I have gigabytes of documentation from the web, but I can't be positive
> > what is applicable and/or accurate.
> > AT+VCID=1 produces an OK response, as does AT+VDR=1. I don't consider
> > that a guarantee that the required hardware is there, but I'd like to
> > think it's at least a good sign. The software is not blindly giving
> > responses to everything; AT+FCLASS=8 produces ERROR, and
> > consistently, AT+FCLASS=? produces '0'.
> > Thanks for the information.
> > Rick
> > Steve Laverty wrote::
> >>Caller ID has worked flawlessly for me for your application for over a
> >>year now. The only thing I can think of is that modems need to have
> >>additional hardware to support on-hook caller ID. Perhaps your modem is
> >>not equipped. Going into minicom and typing AT+VCID=1 has always worked
> >>for me, in fact I combine that with AT+VDR=1 so that I know which 'line'
> >>the call came in on. It is worth noting that I beleive that AT+VCID=1
> >>only produces a response when not in AT+FCLASS=8. Not sure about 1 or
> >>1.0. To be safe try it in 0.
> >>Rick Matthews wrote:
> >>>My weekend project was to bring up a network caller id sever using a
> >>>127a:1003 PCI modem from the spare parts bin and the hcfpcimodem
> >>>software (1.01lnxt04072900full_k2.4.20_28.8-1rh.i586 to be exact).
> >>>Current status: The modem gives the proper responses during
> >>>initialization but reports only the RINGs with no cid information.
> >>>I went back through the archives and found:
> >>> _Seven people have inquired about caller id.
> >>> _Only two of the seven received responses.
> >>> _Both were asked to run "hcfpciconfig --dumpdiag".
> >>> _Both complied and submitted their dumpdiag data.
> >>> _Neither received any additional assistance.
> >>> _One of the two then paid for the full version and re-asked
> >>> his cid question, but received no response.
> >>>Shouldn't caller id be added to the limitations page?
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