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What are some common settings for my modem?

This is an ancient post with no relevance to modern systems.

For the real answers, read your modem's manual. If you want to discuss modems, see comp.dcom.modems. Having said that, here are some common setup strings for various features on many modems; see your manual to determine which one(s) apply to your modem. Note that not all modems will accept the following commands; even the manual for one modem is too large to fit, let alone all possible modems.



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