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Caller ID with the H50113

When a call comes in (reading this through a HyperTerminal) it rings and the name field will come in fine, the number field comes in with "OUT OF AREA" and then a field comes with DDN=2045551212 (for example). The issue is if you have software that is trying to read the caller id it needs to be in the number field. I think I have the right modem driver (inf file dated May 1, 2005).

Thanks in advance for any direction you could give me.


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Re: Caller ID with the H50113

That modem has an Agere chipset. I think you should try a more recent driver. I believe the current one is (November 2007). The driver .INF files allow the modem responses to be properly interpreted. If you can't find a recent version on Hiro's site, try another vendor's site. Encore USA also makes modems with the Agere chipset. After installing the driver you will want to add "AT+VCID=1" as an advanced setup string for the modem (via control panel phone & modem options applet).

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