Modem Configuration Data for Hylafax supported by Xtreme Webdesign Fa. T. Mueller www.xtremeweb.de
Config ID = 0681

Manufacturer Typhoon
Model Silver Crest, QuickCom 56
Firmware ???
Operation Mode Class 1 RTSCTS
Config
# $Id: class1,v 1.2 1999/01/10 09:09:37 robert Exp $
#
# HylaFAX Facsimile Software
#
# Copyright (c) 1990-1996 Sam Leffler
# Copyright (c) 1991-1996 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
# HylaFAX is a trademark of Silicon Graphics, Inc.
# 
# Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and 
# its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided
# that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice appear in
# all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of
# Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any advertising or
# publicity relating to the software without the specific, prior written
# permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.
# 
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS-IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, 
# EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY 
# WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  
# 
# IN NO EVENT SHALL SAM LEFFLER OR SILICON GRAPHICS BE LIABLE FOR
# ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND,
# OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
# WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, AND ON ANY THEORY OF 
# LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE 
# OF THIS SOFTWARE.
#

#
# Generic Class 1 modem configuration.
#
# EDIT THIS CONFIGURATION TO REFLECT YOUR SETUP
#
# personal stuff...
#
#
# Modem-related stuff: should reflect modem command interface
# and hardware connection/cabling (e.g. flow control).
##############################################################
#
# For Modem:TYPHOON SILVER CREST: QuickCom 56
#
###############################################################
#
ModemType:              Class1          # use this to supply a hint
#ModemRate:             19200           # rate for DCE-DTE communication
##############################################################
ModemFlowControl:       rtscts          # RTS/CTS flow control
##############################################################
#
#ModemSetupDTRCmd:      AT&D2           # setup so DTR drop resets modem
#ModemSetupDCDCmd:      AT&C1           # setup so DCD follows carrier
#GettyArgs:             "-h %l dx_%s"   # modem must auto-detect fax/data
#
# We normally append the "@" symbol to the dial string so that
# the modem will wait 5 seconds before attempting to connect
# and return result codes that distinguish between no carrier
# and no answer.  This makes it possible to avoid problems with
# repeatedly dialing a number that doesn't have a fax machine
# (kudos to Stuart Lynne for this trick.)
#
# NB: If you need to prefix phone numbers to get through a PBX,
#     put it in the ModemDialCmd; e.g. "DT9%s@".
#
#ModemDialCmd:          ATDT%s@         # T for tone dialing, @ for silence
#
# Other possible configuration stuff.  The default strings are
# shown below.  Only those that are different from the defaults
# need to be included in the configuration file.
#
#ModemResetCmds:                ""              # stuff to do when modem is reset
#ModemAnswerCmd:                ATA             # use this to answer phone
#ModemNoFlowCmd:                AT&K            # disable flow control cmd
#ModemHardFlowCmd:      AT&K3           # hardware flow control cmd
#ModemSoftFlowCmd:      AT&K4           # software flow control cmd
#ModemNoAutoAnswerCmd:  ATS0=0          # disable auto-answer
#
# Set modem speaker volume commands: OFF QUIET LOW MEDIUM HIGH.
# Note that we both turn the speaker on/off and set volume.
#
#ModemSetVolumeCmd:     "ATM0 ATL0M1 ATL1M1 ATL2M1 ATL3M1"
#ModemEchoOffCmd:       ATE0            # disable command echo
#ModemVerboseResultsCmd:        ATV1            # enable verbose command results
#ModemResultCodesCmd:   ATQ0            # enable result codes
#ModemOnHookCmd:                ATH0            # place phone on hook (hangup)
#ModemSoftResetCmd:     ATZ             # do soft reset of modem
#ModemWaitTimeCmd:      ATS7=60         # wait 60 seconds for carrier
#ModemCommaPauseTimeCmd:        ATS8=2          # comma pause time is 2 seconds
#ModemRecvFillOrder:    LSB2MSB         # bit order of received facsimile
#ModemSendFillOrder:    LSB2MSB         # bit order modem expects for transmit
#
Class1Cmd:              AT+FCLASS=1     # command to enter class 1
Class1TCFResponseDelay: 75              # 75ms delay between recv TCF & response
Class1SendPPMDelay:     75              # 75ms delay before sending PPM
Class1SendTCFDelay:     75              # 75ms delay between sending DCS & TCF
Class1TrainingRecovery: 1500            # 1.5sec delay after training failure
Class1RecvAbortOK:      200             # wait 200ms for abort response
Class1FrameOverhead:    4               # 4 byte overhead in recvd HDLC frames
Class1RecvIdentTimer:   40000           # 35+5secs waiting for ident frames
Class1TCFMaxNonZero:    10              # max 10% of data may be non-zero
Class1TCFMinRun:        1000            # min run is 2/3rds of TCF duration
Main Usage sending + receiving
Outgoing faxes per day 1
Incoming faxes per day 1
Comments
This is almost the orignal config I got under SuSE 7.0 Linux. The only change in the config-file was switching ModemFlowControl to rtscts.
Name Norbert Promberger
E-Mail promberger@vr-web.de
Entered 62.104.218.85 2000/10/16 16:44


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