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Re: [hylafax-users] Modem gets wedged after receiving a fax

Hi all,

Sorry I forgot to mention the Fax model. Actually I am working with a
brand new D-LINK DFM-562E modem. Before that I have tried a US
Robotics Sportster Flash. And I had the same problem. That's what made
me buy the new D-LINK. Actually I am testing these modems on a HP
Proliant ML150 G3 server running CentOS 5, and I have tested these
modems before on an IBM e-Series and they just worked fine for days

Can someone guide me through detecting the firmware version and how to
upgrade it.

Thks to all

On Jan 8, 2008 9:10 PM, Andrew Rinaldi <andrew.rinaldi@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Nacef,
> Lee wrote:
> >According to both your description and this log... the modem has crashed.
> And the only way to recover does appear to be power-cycling the modem.
> >Look for a firmware update for the modem or replace the modem with
> something else (not this make/model).
> You might like to know that ports on a Mainpine fax board can be reset by
> the HylaFAX 'wedge' process.... so should you decide to look for a new modem
> you might want to consider one;
> http://www.mainpine.com/products_IQE.php
> Regards
> Andrew Rinaldi
> Mainpine Developer Support
> USA +1 503 822 9944 | UK +44 8458 909438
> andrew.rinaldi@xxxxxxxxxxxx | www.mainpine.com

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