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[hylafax-users] Eicon board modem speeds


My question is about modem speeds with the Eicon fax board.

Our configuration:

hylafax-4.4.4-1rhel5 binary install
RedHat EL5
Kernel 2.6.18-92.el5
Eicon 30 channel diva server board

The modem configuration:

# $Id: eicon-2,v 1.2 2004/03/05 02:29:32 lhoward Exp $
# prototype config file for the Eicon Diva ISDN Modem

CountryCode:            27
AreaCode:               21
FAXNumber:              +27.21.XXX.XXXX
LongDistancePrefix:     0
InternationalPrefix:    00
DialStringRules:        "etc/dialrules"
ServerTracing:          0xfff
SessionTracing:         0xfff
RecvFileMode:           0650
LogFileMode:            0650
DeviceMode:             0600
RingsBeforeAnswer:      2
SpeakerVolume:          off
GettyArgs:              "-b -r -s %s %l"
LocalIdentifier:        "ooba(pty)ltd HylaFax"
TagLineFont:            etc/lutRS18.pcf
TagLineFormat:          "From %%l|%c|Page %%P of %%T"
QualifyCID:             etc/cid
MaxRecvPages:           500

ModemType:              Class2
ModemRate:              57600   # on boards supporting V.34-fax,
                                # this may need to be 57600
ModemFlowControl:       rtscts
ModemNoFlowCmd:         AT&K0
ModemSoftFlowCmd:       AT&K4
ModemHardFlowCmd:       AT&K3

Class2APQueryCmd:       none
Class2SPLCmd:           none
Class2TBCCmd:           none
Class2ECMType:          2.0     # follows Class 2.0 spec, not Class 2

#Bind Modem to Controller 1
ModemResetCmds:         AT#CID=14+iQ=a1
# Put the Destination Address in CIDNumber. We can the reject calls on the basis
# Of where we are sending them, instead of the Caller ID
CIDNumber:              "DAD: "
CIDName:                "CID: "
QualifyCID:             etc/cid         # CID access control list file

Using the testfax utility that is installed with the Dialogic drivers we are able to send and receive fax at speeds of 33600 but when using HylaFAX the max send speed we have been able to achieve is 14400.

Looking through the comm logs the best HylaFAX ever offers is 14400.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as resolving this problem would significantly reduce our fax costs.


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