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Product ID3409BrandD-LINKVendor Code
56K V.92/V.90 Software-based PCI Modem The DFM-562IS is a software modem card. It plugs into a PCI expansion bus slot of a desktop PC. It supports voice, fax and data transmission/reception. It's a high-performance CONEXANT-based modem card, and can be used to connect to the Internet, and for fax and voice communication.
Key Features High speed External Data/Fax/Voice Plug and Play Installation ITU-T V.92/V.90/K56flex Auto Detect Fax Mode up to 14400bps Transmission Rate Technical Specifications Data ITU-T V.90/V.92 K56flex ITU-T V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22 Bell 103 & 212A V.44, V.42bis & MNP 5 (Data compression) V.42bis & MNP2-4 (Error correction) V.80 (H.324 video conferencing interface)
Assuming that Windows has recognized the modem, and has loaded the correct device-drivers, Windows can use the modem.
You'll need to find an Internet Service Provider that provides "dial-up" service.
You'll need to have a land-line telephone (not a cell-phone) with your local telephone-company.
Connect a 4-wire cable (not an 8-wire Ethernet cable) from the "line" port on the modem to the telephone wall-jack.
Then, follow the instructions given you by your Internet Service Provider to configure your modem to connect to their dial-up server. Or, telphone them, and their Technical Support staff will guide you through the necessary configuration steps.