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Re: [hylafax-users] MODEM Command Error
George H wrote:
It's not as bad, usually, as it may sound. T.30 makes it clear that the
sender is supposed to call in and wait to hear NSF/CSI/DIS signalling
from the receiver... so proper silence detection isn't necessarily
required for either endpoint.
This problem where we have to depend on the other modem to sync-up to
me is an issue.
You'd have to connect another modem to this one and drive both of them
to "simulate" faxing.
I would ignore all of the details that I said before and simply try both
incantations of the config file (with and without the Class1SwitchingCmd
change)... see what you can figure out about how things work or don't
work with various senders based on that configuration.
Is there a way for me to test this bug against my USR
modem? I have a fax machine but it never fails when I fax it to
hylafax. Do you know a set of modem command that would simulate
sending a fax and will repetadely show the failure of the AT+FRH=3 and
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