I have software which writes AT commands directly to a com port modem - is there any way of returning the modem reslut code (busy line, no of ring etc ) to my software - the software is essentially DOS based running under XP
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first you need to make sure that the new modem is provisioned (added to your account from comcast). you can do this by connecting your router to the coax cable and plugging it in (like the old modem was) then call comcast and ask them to provision the new modem (they will want you to return the old modem a local office to avoid rental fees on it). once the modem is provisioned. 1. unplug the power to the modem and router2. connect the router and modem the way you had it with your old modem (Ethernet/cat5 connects from port on modem to interent/WAN port on router)3. pug both router and modem back in all should work now as long as there are no funky (meaning non-default) settings on your router. so, long answer to say, "no, there should be no special settings that are different for your mac"
Yes. If you have 2 telephone-lines, then each modem can simultaneously be used.
If you have just 1 telephone line, and multiple wall-outlet jacks, you'll have to "coordinate" the dial-up usage -- when the first computer is connected via the modem, the second computer's modem will get a "busy" signal.
Each cable-outlet in your house can have a cable-modem -- they can be used simultaneously.
However, you can only have one DSL/ADSL adapter per telephone-line.
when your pc conect with ethernet port also say that LAN port and oter port is USB port
which one conect with ethernet/LAN port is
called ethernet Modem and which conect with
USB port called usb Modem.
If the software that you are using with the modem does not have the ability to set the modem to autoanswer you will need to configure the modem manually. You will have to use Hyperterminal to enter the command into the modem's memory. (if you do not have Hyperterminal installed please add it by going to Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Windows Setup > Communications > Details...)
Have the modem connected to your computer and ensure that it is working fine. Go to: Start > Programs > Accessories > [Communications] > Hyperterminal .... Hyperterm.exe > name the connection "modem" > Connect Using... Select COM3 or COM4 (on whichever port the modem was assigned to) > Bits per second 9600 > OK. After that try typing ATZ command and press ENTER (you may not see what you are typing). The response from the modem should be OK. Apply the following command:
Now write the new settings into the modem's memory by typing the following command and pressing Enter:
The response should be "OK" The modem will now be set to auto-answer after 3 rings.
I HAVE SOLVED THIS PROBLEM. before installing this driver uninstall all motorolla driver. and install only charging driver.
after then install the driver file named 'moto_w230_gprs.inf' (available on internet) on same port on which charging driver is installed yhen write the code" AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","INTERNET" in extra initialization string on modem. (internet is access point network) use another if u have other networks
set the baud rate of ur modem 230kbps
write the user name andf password
and fone number '+cgdata' without quotes and then try
i have cheked on telenor pakistan its working fine