[hsflinux] hsfmodem picks up line but does not dial

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Tue May 22 18:40:06 EDT 2007


the error message is probably because sampling doesn't work in the 
driver, this is also the reason why the dial tone is not detected. Like 
you have mentioned, it could be an IRQ issue or the HSF driver doesn't 
have the right NVM configuration for the specific modem you are 
currently using.

Is it the first time you are trying to use this modem under Linux? Can 
you send the working Windows driver for that modem to 
support at linuxant.com? The Windows driver could help us solve the problem 
if it is related to NVM settings.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Andreas Krause wrote:
>> since you are connected directly to a PBX, it is always possible that 
>> you will have to change the automatically selected country with the 
>> 'sudo hsfconfig --country' command in a shell.
> Tried different countries with 'sudo hsfconfig --country', also tried
> "AT+GCI=42" (Germany) and "AT+GCI=F6" (TBR-21/Default) in modem chat -
> all with no success.
>> Even if you have to use the modem with the PBX, you could try without it 
>> just to make sure it's not the source of the problem.
> My uplink is ISDN so I can't dial with an analog modem without the PBX.
> But I tried with an Laptop/Win2000 behind the PBX - its modem dialed
> without problems.
>> Finally, it is always possible that the PBX is not the source of the 
>> problem. We can see the following unusual error message generated by the 
>> HSF driver in your 'dmesg':
>> ---
>> [ 3827.820946] 0000713.984: <7>DevMgr_ActivateMsParams - DigitalDelay 
>> not CALCULATED (1)
> Are you sure this issue is connected with the hsfmodem stuff? Maybe this
> could be triggered by other hardware initialized the same time? But if
> thrown by hsfmodem init - what could this line mean?
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