Re: Modem cant connect > 19.2

From: Vieira Netto (vieira@intermega.com.br)
Date: Tue Dec 14 1999 - 14:58:32 CET


Hello World Of Mulinux!

Hi Winsor,

(changed subject)

I was Kidding about New Modem, ofcouse I wont give it up! Its just my
stange good humor. I see by EMails that Michele and you are good humor
persons.

Sorry by some inconvenience. Not necessary to answer this EMail.

Only one more word:

Ive tried to change UART to 16550 and others using setserial.
I never have tryed to change the cable. But, like I said, its a Linux
problem (which one) and it works on widows.

Im waiting for your research, and some hints from other...

Thanks for trying!

Ciao from Brazil,

Vieira
Vieira@intermega.com.br
Linux User #100.600

Microsoft??? Marca nova de papel Higinico??? (MuLinux)

winsor escreveu:
>
> Vieira Netto wrote:
> >
> > Hello World Of Mulinux!
> >
> > Hello Winsor,
> >
> > Thanks, you are trying!
> >
> > winsor escreveu:
> > >
> > > Can you login at under 19,200K???
> >
> > YES, using miterm and ppp-on, both work fine.
> > I receive "Login:" and can login, and ppp-on recognize "ogin:" and
> > connects ok?
> >
> > But, if I say its going to be a 57.6 connection
> > I receive only "". on screen and characters are changed in
> > transmit way too.
> > This way ppp-on cant recognize "ogin:" string and connection doesnt
> > happen.
> >
> > > It almost sounds like you've configured PAP or CHAP in which case you
> > > shouldn't need to login as the login is done automatically via the
> > > scripts........
> >
> > No, not this way, unrecognized characters happen just before Login
> > prompt.
> >
> > > using regular minicom under linux....after a ppp
> > > connection is established you see garbage being generated on the minicom
> > > screen......I personally take this as a sign that PPP has been
> > > established......and fire up my browser*grin*
> >
> > Understand now?
> >
> > >
> > > Good Luck
> >
> > You mean buy a new modem and Good Luck, ;-)))
> > My pockets are a little bit empty
>
> No:), I don't mean buy a new modem.......I also use USR products.
> But sometimes I have to "relearn things" as there is just so much to
> learn.....I'll look through my books this evening and see if there's
> anything about these "strange characters" in them...chances are there
> just might be, along with a simple fix.........ah details, deatails.
> I seem to have read that USR used a "modified AT" command set...
> but can't remember where....
> I'd think that in this case "good luck" means
> Don't give up based on the words of one old fool;)
>
> signed
> winsor
> >

---------------------------------------------------------------------
To unsubscribe, e-mail: mulinux-unsubscribe@sunsite.auc.dk
For additional commands, e-mail: mulinux-help@sunsite.auc.dk



This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.6 : Sat Feb 08 2003 - 15:27:12 CET