On Mon, 22 Sep 2003, C. Ulrich wrote: > On Sun, 2003-09-21 at 23:37, Travis Troyer wrote: > > I have a US Robotics V.Everything external modem connected to > > my system running FreeBSD 5.1 stable. I got my ppp.conf and > > ppp.linkup files setup properly, and was able to dial-up to > > my provider many times. I was connected when I accidentally > > knocked the power supply out of the wall socket, and lost my > > connection. I plugged it back in, turned it off and back on, > > and tried to connect, without success. So, I rebooted, with > > no success. I tried shutting down both the modem and the > > system and cold-booting; still no go. The modem connects > > fine under Windows (dual-boot), but refuses to even dial in > > FreeBSD. > > > > Any suggestions? > > > > Thanks, > > > > Travis Troyer > > See what happens when you try to interact with the modem manually with > an old-fashioned serial terminal program like kermit or minicom. You'll > have to figure out how to use the program first, but once you do, the > following commands might help troubleshoot the problem: > > ATZ : Reset the modem > ATDTxxxxxxx : Dial phone number xxxxxxx > ATH0 : Hang up the modem > > Look around on the net for an AT command reference for more information > on these. > > Oh, and I assume this is a _serial_ external modem and not USB? If it's > USB there may be some further trickery involved. > > C. Ulrich
Actually, the manual is built into the modem... He should check the following: ATI4 ATI5 ATI7 and then try this: AT%$ AT$ AT&$ The last three is the AT command set. But post the output from ATI4, ATI5, ATI7 so that we can help you out. Cheers, Vince - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Vice President ________ __ ____ Unix Networking Operations - FreeBSD-Real Unix for Free / / / / | / |[__ ] WurldLink Corporation / / / / | / | __] ] San Francisco - Honolulu - Hong Kong / / / / / |/ / | __] ] HongKong Stars/Gravis UltraSound Mailing Lists Admin /_/_/_/_/|___/|_|[____] [EMAIL PROTECTED] - oahu.DAL.NET Hawaii's DALnet IRC Network Server Admin _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"