You stumped me... All I know is I have this modem and it works with any FreeBSD I threw at it:

sio0: <3COM PCI FaxModem> port 0xb400-0xb407 irq 17 at device 2.0 on pci2

and ati* commands respond:
(1.0USR1008\\Modem\PNP00A2\U.S. Robotics 56K FAX INT)FF

Configuration Profile...

Product type           US/Canada Internal
Product ID:            00561000
Options                V32bis,V.80,V.34+,x2,V.90
Fax Options            Class 1/Class 2.0
Line Options           Caller ID, Distinctive Ring
Clock Freq             92.0Mhz
EPROM                  256k
RAM                    32k

FLASH date             10/1/99
FLASH rev              5.20.3

DSP date               10/1/99
DSP rev                5.20.3

U.S. Robotics 56K FAX INT V5.20.3


Alex Teslik wrote:
Hey Jeff,

   No, you are correct. I had a 5699B and I have now replaced it with a 5610B.
Both modems do not work with 4.8_RELEASE. I started another thread called
"struggling with hylafax install" which you have already responded to that
details the problems with the 5610B modem.
   From your uname output I have decided to upgrade to 4.9 RELEASE in the
hopes that that supports it. I can't do a 5 branch upgrade right now.

fingers crossed and thanks,

P.S.- I'll update after the results of my upgrade.

---------- Original Message ----------- From: Jeff Gardner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: Christopher Nehren <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Cc: Alex Teslik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, FreeBSD Questions List <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 20:52:51 -0500 Subject: Re: 3Com USRobotics 5699B 56k fax modem install

Christopher Nehren wrote:

If you can, take your 5699B back and get a 5610B. It's a great
non-winmodem made by USR, and it gave me many successful and
uninterrupted dial-up hours.

OK, mine is the 5610B as well. I was not sure if the 5699B was a winmodem or not. I misread the thread thinking that he replaced a winmodem with a non-winmodem. So, I concur get the 5610B and your problems will be gone.


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