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Re: [hylafax-users] modem us robotics 56k message
I have a USR 56 k Message Modem and it works fine.
From the standard file that was created by faxaddmodem I
had to adjust the flow control to RTSCTS and set the baud
rate to 115200. Although just commenting out the default
baud rate seemed to do the trick as well.
ModemType: Class2.0 # use this to supply a hint
ModemRate: 115200 # max rate for DCE-DTE communication
ModemFlowControl: RTSCTS # hardware flow control
#ModemFlowControl: xonxoff # XON/XOFF flow control assumed
#ModemSetupDTRCmd: AT&D2 # setup so DTR drop resets modem
#ModemSetupDCDCmd: AT&C1 # setup so DCD reflects carrier (or
Anyway this might not be the problem, did you check if the faxgetty process
# ps -A | grep fax
467 ? 00:00:00 faxq
473 ? 00:00:00 hfaxd
597 ? 00:00:00 faxgetty
Sorry this might be a naive question, but I'm still pretty new to all this
linux stuff and I still think of the obvious first :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Giulio Ferro" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 12:41 PM
Subject: [hylafax-users] modem us robotics 56k message
> I' ve installed hyf on a Freebsd 4.6RC machine. No problem. It sees the
> modem, recognizes it as a class 2.0, communicates with it and finally
> goes into "running and idle" state.
> I' ve created an /etc/ttys entry:
> ttyd0 /usr/local/sbin/faxgetty ttyd0 dialup on secure
> and the files config.ttyd0, FIFO.ttyd0 were created.
> The real big problem is that it won't answer the calls. When a call is
> inbound the status goes to: "listening to the rings from the modem" and
> then nothing happens.
> It only answers when I manually provide a lot of "faxanswer ttyd0"s. It
> then will receive the fax and store it in the proper place.
> Can you advise me?
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