[hcflinux] Re: hcfpcimodem-1.10 and Hylafax

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Fri May 19 12:21:33 EDT 2006


the modem driver is likely to work well using the defaults of the 
program using it. If not, at this point, you could take a look to see if 
there is a configuration option which is not correct or see if the modem 
driver is actually working right.

For example, you could try to do a dial-up connection with the modem 
just to make sure that it is working fine before you try advanced 
features of the driver like FAX support.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Mark Hellman wrote:
> Mark Hellman wrote:
>> Hylafax's configuration script reported «There is no prototype
>> configuration file for your modem» and proposed the following
>> configuration parameters:
> Well, since I rebooted the system, Hylafax's faxaddmodem script is able to
> identify the modem. Here goes a transcript of the relevant section of
> faxaddmodem output:
>       This modem looks to have support for Class 1 and 1.0.
>       How should it be configured [1]? 1.0
>       Hmm, this looks like a Class 1.0 modem.
>       Product code (ATI0) is "56000".
>       Other information (ATI3) is "hcfpcimodem-1.10full".
>       DTE-DCE flow control scheme [default]?
>       Modem manufacturer is "Rockwell/Conexant".
>       Modem model is "AC/K56".
>       Using prototype configuration file conexant-1.0...
>       The modem configuration parameters are:
>       ModemFlowControl:       rtscts
>       ModemHardFlowCmd:       AT&K3
>       ModemNoFlowCmd:         AT&K0
>       ModemRate:              19200
>       ModemSetupDCDCmd:       AT&C1
>       ModemSetupDTRCmd:       AT&D2
>       ModemSoftFlowCmd:       AT&K4
> Should I change any of these values?
> Mark
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