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Re: [hylafax-users] Patton 2977 timeout in class 1

Christian M. Watts wrote:

2. Lee's patch fixed many of the problem destinations, but not a particular one
that I'm concerned with.

Did you have to change FaxT4Timer at all to get these to work? My use of FaxT4Timer here was somewhat arbitrary... I used it so that you could adjust it, if needed for testing, but if in production use that timeout needs to be adjusted, then we'll need to use some setting other than FaxT4Timer.

We corresponded privately about the one particular destination, and I felt like I did an adequate job of figuring out what the problem was with that destination and I presented you with a workaround that worked for me when faxing from a Patton 2977. Did the ModemDialCmd adjustment not help at all in your tests?

A remaining free-for-all question:

Is there a way to use Class 2.0 on a per-destination basis? This seems like it
might be the quickest path to getting things where I'd like them to be if it's
possible to do it.

Yes. You basically merge all of the items from your Class 1 config with your Class 2.0 config, and where there are collisions you use the Class 1 setting over the Class 2.0 setting (like ModemType). Then, you use DestControls to set those collision items to the Class 2.0 value when sending to that destination.

If the ModemDialCmd workaround (which also uses DestControls) works, then I would suspect that it would be much easier than this.


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