struggling with hylafax installation
alex at acatysmoof.com
Sat Feb 7 23:38:58 PST 2004
---------- Original Message -----------
From: Jeff Gardner <freebsd at newgalaxy.net>
To: Alex Teslik <alex at acatysmoof.com>
Cc: list-freebsd-questions <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 01:00:37 -0500
Subject: Re: struggling with hylafax installation
> Alex Teslik wrote:
> > Oy, the second post to questions in the same day :(
> > So, I bought new modem and got it "working", but only kind of - the modem is
> > not echoing commands back to the 'cu' or 'ppp' terminals. It is a USRobotics
> > 5610B 56K Pro Modem. It is not winmodem and the system put it on sio2.
> Is this an internal or external modem?
dmesg | grep 'sio[0-9]':
sio0: configured irq 2 not in bitmap of probed irqs 0x20
sio0: <3COM PCI FaxModem> port 0xe000-0xe007 irq 2 at device 10.0 on pci0
sio0: moving to sio2
sio2: type 16550A
sio0 at port 0x3f8-0x3ff irq 4 flags 0x10 on isa0
sio0: type 16550A
sio1 at port 0x2f8-0x2ff irq 3 on isa0
sio1: type 16550A
> > I made all the devices in /dev eventhough they already existed.
> > I added a direct line to the modem in /etc/remote like:
> > cuaa2:dv=/dev/cuaa2:br#57600:pa=none
> > I can connect to the modem like:
> > cu -l /dev/cuaa2
> > or
> > tip cuaa2
> > or
> > ppp (then 'term')
> > I can type commands and see them. I type ATDT1234567 and the modem picks up
> > and dials. So I know it hears and understands me. But it never echoes back
> > result information. I never see an "OK" or anything from the modem in the
> > terminal.
> So you get nothing when you type 'AT' followed by enter with nothing else?
> > The problem is that HylaFAX relies on these echo results to control its
> > communication with the modem. It is looking for those "OK"s. Does anyone have
> > any ideas on how to get the "OK"s working? I have gone through all of the AT
> > commands USR documents and I can't get anything. Is this a problem with 'cu'
> > or 'ppp' or 'tip'? The results are obviously going somewhere, but I don't know
> > where.
> And this makes me ask my first question. Is this internal or external?
> > The AT command set for this modem is documented (USR issues the same document
> > for all their modems - this is an online version from another model instead of
> > a PDF version that is posted with my specific model, but they are the
> > http://www.usr.com/support/839/83909-ug/six.html
> > This should turn on all echos (but does not):
> > ATQ0 E1 F0
> These should at least get the result codes you need. Maybe try an at&f1
> which is Load Factory 1, HW FC and see if that gets the OK working. The
> only thing I could do to mine to turn of the OK is Q1.
Nothing with at&f1 or any of the factory settings. Do you have this modem? Are
you willing to share the steps you took to get it working properly?
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