Modem Configuration Data for Hylafax supported by Xtreme Webdesign Fa. T. Mueller www.xtremeweb.de
Config ID = 7263

Manufacturer U.S. Robotics
Model 005686-04
Firmware 5.4.44
Operation Mode Class 2.0 RTSCTS
Config
# $Id: class2.0,v 1.12 1996/06/24 02:58:33 sam Rel $
#
# 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 thissoftware and
# its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted withoutfee, provided
# that (i) the above copyright notices and this permissionnotice 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 anyadvertising or
# publicity relating to the software without the specific, priorwritten
# permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS-IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANYKIND,
# EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,ANY
# WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULARPURPOSE.
#
# IN NO EVENT SHALL SAM LEFFLER OR SILICON GRAPHICS BE LIABLE FOR
# ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OFANY KIND,
# OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA ORPROFITS,
# WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, AND ONANY THEORY OF
# LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE ORPERFORMANCE
# OF THIS SOFTWARE.
#
#
# Generic Class 2.0 modem configuration, Modified by Joshaven Potter
#
# EDIT THIS CONFIGURATION TO REFLECT YOUR SETUP
#
CountryCode:            1
AreaCode:               517
FAXNumber:              +1.555.555.5555
LongDistancePrefix:     1
InternationalPrefix:    011
DialStringRules:        etc/dialrules
ServerTracing:          1
SessionTracing:         11
RecvFileMode:           0644
LogFileMode:            0600
DeviceMode:             0600
RingsBeforeAnswer:      1
SpeakerVolume:          on
GettyArgs:              "-h %l dx_%s"
LocalIdentifier:        "IIS"
TagLineFont:            etc/lutRS18.pcf
TagLineFormat:          "From %%l|%c|Page %%p of %%t"
QualifyTSI:
MaxRecvPages:           100

##########################################################
################# Pay Special Attention ##################
# This directs to a custom script after fax is received! #
#FaxRcvdCmd:             etc/faxrcvd			 #
##########################################################


# Modem-related stuff: should reflect modem command interface
# and hardware connection/cabling (e.g. flow control).
#
ModemType:              Class2.0        # use this to supply ahint
ModemRate:              38400
ModemFlowControl:       rtscts
ModemSetupDTRCmd:       ATS13=1&D2      # setup so DTR dropresets modem
ModemSetupDCDCmd:       AT&C1           # setup so DCD reflects carrier (or not)
#
# 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
ModemNoAutoAnswerCmd:   ATS0=0          # disable auto-answer
ModemNoFlowCmd:         AT&H0&I0&R1
ModemHardFlowCmd:       AT&H1&I0&R2
ModemSoftFlowCmd:       AT&H2&I2&R1
#
# 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:    ATQ0X4
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
#
# Configuration parameters for Class 2.0 modems.
#
Class2Cmd:              AT+FCLASS=2.0   # command to enter class2.0
Class2BORCmd:           AT+FBO=0        # bit order for phaseB/C/D (direct)
Class2CQCmd:            ""              # commands to enablecopy quality proc.
Class2AbortCmd:         AT+FKS          # abort session command
Class2CQQueryCmd:       !(0),(0)        # query for copy qualitycapabilities
Class2DCCQueryCmd:      AT+FCC=?        # query for modemcapabilities
Class2TBCCmd:           AT+FPP=0        # setup stream mode
Class2CRCmd:            AT+FCR=1        # enable capability toreceive
Class2PHCTOCmd:         AT+FCT=30       # set phase C timeoutparameter
Class2BUGCmd:           AT+FBU=0        # enable HDLC frametracing
Class2LIDCmd:           AT+FLI          # set local identifiercommand
Class2DCCCmd:           AT+FCC          # set modem capabilitiescommand
Class2DISCmd:           AT+FIS          # set session parameterscommand
Class2DDISCmd:          ""              # disable pre-dial DIScommand hack
Class2CIGCmd:           AT+FPI          # set polling identifiercommand
Class2NRCmd:            AT+FNR=1,1,1,0  # setup status reportingcommand
Class2PIECmd:
Class2PTSCmd:           AT+FPS          # set post-page statuscommand
Class2SPLCmd:           AT+FSP          # set polling indicatorcommand
Class2NFLOCmd:          AT+FLO=0        # set no flow controlcommand
Class2SFLOCmd:          AT+FLO=1        # set software flowcontrol command
Class2HFLOCmd:          AT+FLO=2        # set hardware flowcontrol command
Firmware-Downloadlink http://www.usr.com/support/product-template.asp?prod=5686d#USR5686dv92
Main Usage only sending
Outgoing faxes per day 3
Incoming faxes per day 15
Comments
This config works for both of my USR modems labeled USR5686D and 005686-003

The spicific modem is labeled on the bottom as USR5686D is reports its self as follows when issuing the ATI7 Command:

ati7
Configuration Profile...

Product type           US/Canada External
Product ID:            00568604
Options                V32bis,V.80,V.34+,V.90,V.92
Fax Options            Class 1/Class 2.0
Line Options           Caller ID, Distinctive Ring
Clock Freq             92.0Mhz
EPROM                  256k
RAM                    32k

FLASH date             10/1/2002
FLASH rev              5.4.44

DSP date               10/1/2002
DSP rev                5.4.44


Incoming:
I have received many faxes (in the neighborhood of 200) over the last two weeks and now consider this modem stable.  The largest fax we have received is 61 pages and the average fax size we receive is 1-5 pages.
Outgoing:
We have sent very few (less then 30) faxes out with this modem but we have had no problems.

I originally configure this modem as a Class 1 modem and it seemed to work but the failure rate was much higher.  I deemed this modem unstable with that config.  

This modem is only capable of Faxing in or out at 14.4 baud.

I wrote a custom script to move create .pdf files from all incoming .tif files and add the caller id info into the document prosperities of the .pdf file.  Feel free to contact me if you would like me to share my script with you.

Sincerely,
Joshaven Potter ( yourtech at gmail dot com )
Name Joshaven Potter
E-Mail yourtech@gmail.com
Entered 74.46.48.239 2007/10/11 19:22


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