KODE AT COMMAND part 5

25 02 2010

Quickly Referenced Commands

*Hn –  “Link Negotiation(MNP10)

“Hn –  “v.42bis Compression Options

“Nn –  “v.42bis Data Size

“On –  “v.42bis Max String Length

-Jn –  “v.42bis Detect Control

-Kn –  “Extended MNP Control

-Qn –  “MNP10 Fallback Control

)Mn –  “Power Level Adjustment

@Mn –  “Transmission Level

:En –  “v.32 Compromise Equalizer Control

+MS=n –  “Modulation

s10=n –  “Loss of Carrier Response

s25=n –  “DTR Ignore Time

s30=n –  “Inactivity Timer

s91=n –  “Transmission Level

Verbosely Referenced Commands

*Hn –  “Link Negotiation(MNP10)”  –  This command selects the link negotiation speed for MNP10.

*H0 –  Highest speed possible

*H1 –  1200bps

*H2 –  4800bps

“Hn –  “v.42bis Compression Options”  –  This command selects different modes for v.42bis.

“H0 –  Disabled

“H1 –  When transmitting v.42bis is enabled

“H2 –  When receiving v.42bis is enabled

“H3 –  v.42bis is enabled both when transmitting and receiving

“Nn –  “v.42bis Data Size”  –  Selects the block size of the v.42bis data

“N0 –  512 bytes

“N1 –  1024 bytes

“N2 –  1536 bytes

“On –  “v.42bis Max String Length”  –  This Command selects the string length of the v.42bis compression option.  The range is from 6-64 characters.

-Jn –  “v.42bis Detect Control”  –  This command enables or disables v.42bis detection.

-J0 –  Disabled

-J1 –  Enabled

-Kn –  “Extended MNP Control”  –  This command selects whether extended MNP services are used or not.

-K0 –  Disabled

-K1 –  Enabled

-K2 –  Enabled except during answer mode

-Qn –  “MNP10 Fallback Control”  –  This command allows or disallows MNP10 to fallback to 2400bps or 1200bps.

-Q0 –  Disabled

-Q1 –  Enabled

)Mn –  “Power Level Adjustment”  –  This command controls the power level adjustment when transmitting during the MNP10 link negotiation.

)M0 –  Disabled

)M1 –  Enabled

@Mn –  “Transmission Level”  –  This command controls the signal level for the transmission.

@M0 –  -26dBm

@M1 –  -30dBm

@M2 –  -10dBm

:En –  “v.32 Compromise Equalizer Control”  –  This command enables or disables the v.32 compromise equalizer.

:E0 –  Disabled

:E1 –  Enabled

+MS=n –  “Modulation”  –  This command can select the active protocol, automode selection, min and max rates, min and max tx rates, min and max rx rates, and/or the x law.  This command varies from modem to modem and is seldom used for non-56k modems.  It would be best to consult the modem chipset for proper modulation control.

s10=n –  “Loss of Carrier Response”  –  This command tells the modem how long to wait until hanging up after losing the carrier signal.  The setting ranges from 1-255 and is measured in .1 second intervals.

s25=n –  “DTR Ignore Time”  –  This command sets the max amount of time that a change in the DTR signal will be ignored before the modem hangs up.  The setting ranges from 0-255 and is measured in .1 second intervals.

s30=n –  “Inactivity Timer”  –  This command sets the max amount of time that the modem will wait for DTE and DCE to become active before hanging up.  The setting ranges from 0-255 and is measured in 10 second intervals.

s91=n –  “Transmission Level”  –  This command sets the signal level for a transmission.  The setting ranges from 1-15 and is measured in units of -1dBm.


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