From: Mike Paull (mike.paull_at_optusnet.com.au)
Date: 2004-02-14 06:20:42
Hi William, Perhaps they are not strictly hayes commands, maybe they are just additional commands that another company added along the way and were adopted by some manufacturers and either Commodore didn't or the 1670 was produced prior. Mike > -----Original Message----- > From: email@example.com > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of William Levak > Sent: Wednesday, 11 February 2004 2:30 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: RE: Commodore Modems - C1660 and C1670 > > > On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Mike Paull wrote: > > > <SNIP> > > > > As well as what is mentioned below there is also an AT command > that allows > > you to set DCD true all the time rather than actually check the > line. It is; > > > > AT&C DCD signal always on > > AT&C1 DCD indicates when carrier from remote modem is present > > > > Issuing an AT&V should show many of the parameters as they are > currently set > > so if you issue it before changing the DCD value you can see if > this is the > > cause of your problem. > > None of those commands work on my 1670. The following commands are listed > in the manual: > > A A/ DP DT E0 E1 F0 F1 > M0 M1 M2 Q0 Q1 Sn=x V0 V1 > X0 X1 Z > > In addition I can get the following to work: > > H0 H1 I0 I1 Sn? > > These all have their usual Hayes compatible meaning. It does not respond > to any of the "&" commands. > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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