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Re: [hylafax-users] fax receiving problems
On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Lee Howard wrote:
> At 08:13 PM 3/19/01 -0500, Russell P. Sutherland wrote:
> >I have an internal Multitech (ISA) which
> >appears to work now in receive mode. However
> >I sometimes get the following log entries:
> > [russ@tor5 log]$ cat c00000144
> > Mar 19 18:59:55.00: [ 6926]: SESSION BEGIN 00000144 14169225071
> > Mar 19 18:59:55.00: [ 6926]: <-- [4:ATA\r]
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.77: [ 6926]: --> [17:CONNECT 1200 NoEC]
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.77: [ 6926]: ANSWER: DATA CONNECTION
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.77: [ 6926]: GETTY: START "/sbin/mgetty -h ttyS3
> dx_38400", pid 1347
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.77: [ 6926]: STATE CHANGE: ANSWERING -> GETTYWAIT
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.78: [ 6926]: GETTY: exit status 01000
> > Mar 19 19:00:51.78: [ 6926]: SESSION END
> >Does this mean that an incoming fax has been rejected/missed?
No, it means just what it says. You got a data call.
> Wrong list. Looks like you're using mgetty+sendfax... or at least faxgetty
> is dishing this call off to mgetty. In either case, this is an issue for
> that package's support forum.
Sometimes some of us use mgetty as our data getty.
> But, I'll bet that you configured mgetty to handle incoming data or voice
> calls, and so somebody may be calling the wrong number, get your fax, and
> consequently faxgetty dishes it off to mgetty because it looks like a data
> call. It's definately too slow of a CONNECT speed to be a reliable fax.
> Look that it's connecting at 1200 baud. Whee!
Tim Rice Multitalents (707) 887-1469
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