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Re: [hylafax-users] modems & hylafax

On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 02:16:49PM -0400, James Werkowski wrote:
> I'm also a HylaFax newbie. I just set up a RH 6.2 server with a USR Courier 
> v.Everything modem in class 2.0. It tests out OK, both sending and 
> receiving but we have not pumped enough faxes through it yet to do a real 
> stress test.

Use Class 1.  No, really.  The USR Class 2 firmware is not the best...

> I ran into two specific problems in the set up:
> 1. The faxaddmodem script did not recognize the config/usr-2.0 default set 
> up script until I inserted a CONFIG: line that included a regular 
> expression that would match the results of the Courier's AT+FMI? command.

That may well be on purpose...

> >Make sure you run it in Class 1.

See?  I said that and everything..

-- jra
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