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Re: [hylafax-users] No carrier detected

Again, try Class 1.

Well now this has gone to pot. Now no matter what I do I get "No carrier detected" in any class I try. I've rebooted and nothing changed.

I haven't figured out why yet, but class one detection fails with faxaddmodem (2.0 and 2.1 are fine), mawk returns a regex error.
Its line 1075: (C == $4 || (C ~ $4 && $4 ~ "*")) && I ~ $5 && F ~ $6 {
The part $4 ~ "*" is failing. If I delete the && $4 ~ "*" faxaddmodem works fine, it uses the lucent config. I'm not sure what the problem is, I can look into it further once I figure out why I can send faxes anymore. Faxaddmodem says the modem is

Product code (ATI0) is "LT V.92 1.0 MT5634ZPX-PCI-U Internal Data/Fax/Voice Modem Version 1.32f".
Other information (ATI3) is "LT V.92 1.0 MT5634ZPX-PCI-U Internal Data/Fax/Voice Modem Version 1.32f".

So back to the "No carrier detected"; I tried to dial the number of the line the modem is hooked up to, and I got the same message, I should have got a busy message. So I turned the modem's volume up and listened. I've never listened to the modem before, but I'm sure its not sounding right. On other modems I could hear the pitch difference while the modem was dialing. Now I just hear the same tone for each number dialed (it doesn't matter where I call). Then it makes a sound that should be a ring, but its the same tone at the (time) frequency of a normal ring. The number I'm dialing never receives a call.

I thought I'd try flashing the modem, but flashwiz (it wouldn't compile with gcc 3.3 but it did for 2.9.5) doesn't detect the modem. Before I start calling Multitech, does anyone have any ideas? The modem was working fine until the 1st, then it started getting a fair amount of errors for in and out bound calls. Now it can't do either.

Steven Kurylo

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