KODE AT COMMAND Part 3

25 02 2010

\An –  “Max Transmit Block Size

\Bn –  “Send Break

\Cn –  “Auto-Reliable Time Buffer

\En –  “Data Echo

\Gn –  “Flow Control

\Jn –  “Serial Port Operation

\Kn –  “Break Type Select

\Ln –  “MNP Mode Select

\Nn –  “Connection Type

\O –  “MNP Reliable Mode Initiation

\Qn –  “Flow Control Type Select

\Tn –  “Inactivity Timer

\U –  “MNP Reliable Mode Acceptance

\Vn –  “Set Extended Result Codes

\Wn –  “v.23 Split Speed Control

\Xn –  “XON/XOFF Pass Through

\Y –  “Reliable Mode Conversion

\Z –  “Normal Mode Activation

Verbosely Referenced Commands

\An –  “Max Transmit Block Size”  –  This command specifies the maximum transmittable MNP block size.

\A0 –  64 characters

\A1 –  128 characters

\A2 –  192 characters

\A3 –  256 characters

\Bn –  “Send Break”  – Sends a break to the modem.  Values range from 1-9, where 1 is .1 seconds and 9 is .9 seconds.

\Cn –  “Auto-Reliable Time Buffer”  –  During auto-relaible mode this command controls how incoming data is handled.

\C0 –  Data is be discarded

\C1 –  Data is to be buffered

\C2 –  Data is to be discarded (modem returns to normal mode after receiving the auto-reliable fallback character)

\En –  “Data Echo”  –  Selects whether or not the modem echoes received data.

\E0 –  Disabled

\E1 –  Enabled

\Gn –  “Flow Control”  –  Selects whether or not the modem port uses flow control.

\G0 –  Disabled

\G1 –  Enabled

\Jn –  “Serial Port Operation”  –  Selects how the serial port speed is handled.

\J0 –  Serial port speed remains locked

\J1 –  Serial port speed is to follow the connect speed

\Kn –  “Break Type Select”  –  Configures the action taken by the break signal.

\K0 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: The buffers are cleared and a break is sent to the DTE.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: Online command mode is enabled, and no break is sent to the remote modem.  When the modem receives a break from \B:  A break is sent to the remote modem and the buffer is cleared.

\K1 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: The buffers are cleared and a break is sent to the DTE.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: A break is sent to the remote modem and the buffers are cleared.  When the modem receives a break from \B: A break is sent to the remote modem and the buffer is cleared.

\K2 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: A break is sent immediately to DTE.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: Online command mode is enabled, and no break is sent to the remote modem.  When the modem receives a break from \B: A break is immediately sent to the remote modem.

\K3 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: A break is sent immediately to DTE.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: A break is sent immediately to the remote modem.  When the modem receives a break from \B: A break is immediately sent to the remote modem.

\K4 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: A break is sent to the DTE with the received data.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: Online command mode is enabled, and no break is sent to the remote modem.  When the modem receives a break from \B: A break is sent with the transmitted data.

\K5 –  When the modem receives a break from the remote modem: A break is sent to the DTE with the received data.  When the modem receives a break from the DTE: A break is sent with the transmitted data.  When the modem receives a break from \B: A break is sent with the transmitted data.

\Ln –  “MNP Mode Select”  –  This option selects the MNP link transfer mode.

\L0 –  Stream mode

\L1 –  Block mode

\Nn –  “Connection Type”  –  This command will control which type of connection that the modem will operate in.

\N0 –  Normal mode

\N1 –  Direct mode

\N2 –  MNP reliable mode

\N3 –  Auto-reliable or MNP auto-reliable mode

\N4 –  v.42 reliable mode

\N5 –  v.42 auto-reliable or MNP auto-reliable mode

\N6 –  Reliable mode

\N7 –  Auto-reliable mode

\O –  “MNP Reliable Mode Initiation”  –  From normal or direct mode this command will initiate MNP reliable mode.

\Qn –  “Flow Control Type Select”  –  This command will select the type of flow control that the modem will operate with.

\Q0 –  Disable flow control

\Q1 –  Bi-directional XON/XOFF

\Q2 –  CTS flow control by DCE

\Q3 –  Bi-directional RTS/CTS

\Q4 –  Unidirectional XON/XOFF by DCE

\Q5 –  CTS forced low for pre-connection, then CTS by DCE control takes over, or unidirectional XON/XOFF by DTE will

\Q6 –  Bi-directional RTS/CTS or RTS by DTE after connection

\Tn –  “Inactivity Timer”  –  This command will tell the modem how long to wait before disconnecting after not receiving any information.  Measured in seconds the value of n can be 0-255.

\U –  “MNP Reliable Mode Acceptance”  –  This command will tell the modem to accept a remote modem’s request for MNP reliable mode.

\Vn –  “Set Extended Result Codes”  –  Sets whether or not extended result codes are enabled or not.

\V0 –  Disabled

\V1 –  Enabled

\Wn –  “v.23 Split Speed Control”  –  This command determines whether v.23 split speed control will be used or not.

\W0 –  Disabled

\W1 –  Enabled

\Xn –  “XON/XOFF Pass Through” –  This command determines whether or not XON/XOFF signals are sent to the remote modem.

\X0 –  Not sent

\X1 –  Sent

\Y –  “Reliable Mode Conversion”  –  This command will convert to reliable mode from normal mode or direct mode.

\Z –  “Normal Mode Activation”  – This command will switch from MNP mode to normal mode.


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