Control Microsystems 5901 Hardware manual

5901 High Speed Dialup Modem
Hardware Manual
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5901 High Speed Dialup Modem Hardware Manual
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Table of Contents
1
OVERVIEW .................................................................................................... 8
2
INDUSTRY CANADA CERTIFICATION ........................................................ 9
3
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................................... 10
4
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................... 11
4.1
Field Wiring............................................................................................. 11
4.2
4.2.1
RS-232 Serial Port .................................................................................. 12
5901 Modem Connection to DTE ...................................................... 13
4.3
Telephone Line Connection .................................................................... 13
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
Power Connections................................................................................. 14
I/O Bus Connection ........................................................................... 14
5901 SA Power Connection .............................................................. 14
RS-232 Connection ........................................................................... 15
4.5
Configuration Jumpers............................................................................ 15
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
5901 Modem Reset Control .................................................................... 16
Reset on Power Application .............................................................. 16
Reset on I/O Bus Reset Signal .......................................................... 16
Reset on DTR Control ....................................................................... 16
Failure Recovery ............................................................................... 16
4.7
LED Indicators ........................................................................................ 16
5
OPERATION ................................................................................................ 18
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
Stand Alone Modem Operation .............................................................. 18
5901 Modem Connection to PC ........................................................ 18
Operation using Communication Software ........................................ 18
Operation using TelePACE program ................................................. 18
Operation with Host SCADA program ............................................... 19
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
Operation with Programmable Controllers .............................................. 19
Configure Controller Serial Communication Port............................... 19
Initializing the 5901 Modem ............................................................... 19
Initiating Dial-Up Modem Connection ................................................ 20
Communicating with a Remote Controller ......................................... 20
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5.3
Operation with Non-Programmable Controllers ...................................... 21
6
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................... 22
7
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................. 23
8
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................... 24
9
APPROVALS AND CERTIFICATIONS ....................................................... 25
10
AT COMMAND GUIDELINES...................................................................... 26
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
AT Command Format ............................................................................. 26
DTE Speed Auto Detect .................................................................... 26
Escape Code Sequence.................................................................... 27
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.2
10.2.3
10.2.4
10.2.5
10.2.6
10.2.7
10.2.8
10.2.9
10.2.10
10.2.11
10.2.12
10.2.13
10.2.14
10.2.15
10.2.16
10.2.17
10.2.18
10.2.19
10.2.20
AT Command Set ................................................................................... 27
A/ - Repeating a Command Line ....................................................... 27
AT - Read/Write S Parameter ........................................................... 27
A - Answer ......................................................................................... 28
Bn - CCITT or Bell ............................................................................. 28
Dn - Dial ............................................................................................ 28
Dial Modifiers..................................................................................... 29
En - Command Echo ......................................................................... 30
Hn - Disconnect (Hang-Up) ............................................................... 30
In - Identification ................................................................................ 30
L – Speaker Volume .......................................................................... 31
M – Speaker Control ......................................................................... 32
On - Return to On-Line Data Mode ................................................... 32
P - Set Pulse Dial Default .................................................................. 32
Qn - Quiet Results Codes Control ..................................................... 33
Sn - Read/Write S-Register ............................................................... 33
T - Set Tone Dial Default ................................................................... 33
Vn - Result Code Form ...................................................................... 34
Wn - Connect Message Control ........................................................ 34
Xn - Extended Result Codes ............................................................. 34
Zn - Soft Reset and Restore Profile .................................................. 35
10.3
10.3.1
10.3.2
AT& Command Set ................................................................................. 35
&Cn - RLSD (DCD) Option ................................................................ 35
&Dn - DTR Option ............................................................................. 36
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10.3.3
10.3.4
10.3.5
10.3.6
10.3.7
10.3.8
10.3.9
10.3.10
10.3.11
10.3.12
10.3.13
10.3.14
10.3.15
10.3.16
10.3.17
10.3.18
&Fn - Restore Factory Configuration (Profile) ................................... 36
&Gn - Select Guard Tone .................................................................. 37
&Kn - Flow Control ............................................................................ 37
&Ln - Leased Line Operation ............................................................ 37
&Mn - Asynchronous/Synchronous Mode Selection ......................... 37
&Pn - Select Pulse Dial Make/Break Ratio ........................................ 38
&Qn - Sync/Async Mode ................................................................... 38
&Rn - RTS/CTS Option ..................................................................... 39
&Sn - DSR Override .......................................................................... 39
&Tn – Local Analog Loopback Test .................................................. 39
&V - Display Current Configuration and Stored Profiles .................... 40
&V1 - Display Last Connection Statistics .......................................... 40
&Wn - Store Current Configuration ................................................... 41
&Xn - Select Synchronous Clock Source .......................................... 42
&Yn - Designate a Default Reset Profile ........................................... 42
&Zn=x - Store Telephone Number .................................................... 42
10.4
10.4.1
10.4.2
10.4.3
10.4.4
10.4.5
10.4.6
10.4.7
10.4.8
10.4.9
10.4.10
10.4.11
10.4.12
10.4.13
10.4.14
10.4.15
10.4.16
10.4.17
10.4.18
10.4.19
10.4.20
10.4.21
AT+ Command Set ................................................................................. 43
+A8E=a,b,c,d,e,f - V.8 and V.8bis Operation Controls ...................... 43
+A8I:x,y - CI Signal Indication ........................................................... 44
+DS = a,b,c,d - Data Compression ................................................... 44
+DR=n - Data Compression Reporting.............................................. 45
+EB=x,y,z - Break Handling in Error Control Operation .................... 46
+EFCS=n - 32-bit Frame Check Sequence ....................................... 46
+ER=n - Error Control Reporting ....................................................... 47
+ES=x,y,z - Error Control and Synchronous Mode Selection ............ 47
+ESA=a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h - Configure Synchronous Access Submode .... 49
+ESR=n - Selective Repeat .............................................................. 50
+ETBM=x,y,z - Call Termination Buffer Management ....................... 51
+FCLASS=n - Select Active Service Class ....................................... 51
+GCAP - Request Complete Capabilities List ................................... 52
+GCI=nn - Country of Installation ...................................................... 52
+GMI - Request Manufacturer Identification ...................................... 54
+GMM - Request Model Identification ............................................... 54
+GMR - Request Revision Identification ........................................... 54
+IFC=n - DTE-Modem Local Flow Control ........................................ 54
+ILRR=n - DTE-Modem Local Rate Reporting .................................. 55
+ILRR:m,n - DTE-Modem Local Reported Rate ................................ 56
+ IPR=n - Fixed DTE Rate ................................................................ 56
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10.4.22
10.4.23
10.4.24
10.4.25
+ITF=a,b,c - Transmit Flow Control Thresholds ................................ 57
+MR=n - Modulation Reporting Control ............................................. 58
+MS - Select Modulation ................................................................... 59
+VCID=n - Caller ID (CID) ................................................................. 61
10.5
10.5.1
10.5.2
10.5.3
AT- Command Set .................................................................................. 61
-Kn – MNP 10 Extended Services ..................................................... 61
-SMS=n - Select Mode ...................................................................... 61
–STE=n - Set Telephony Extension .................................................. 62
10.6
10.6.1
10.6.2
10.6.3
10.6.4
AT\ Command Set .................................................................................. 63
\Bn - Transmit Break to Remote ........................................................ 63
\Kn - Break Control ............................................................................ 63
\Nn - Operating Mode ........................................................................ 64
\Vn - Single Line Connect Message Enable ...................................... 65
10.7
AT% Command Set ................................................................................ 66
10.7.1
%7 - Plug and Play Serial Number .................................................... 66
10.7.2
%8 - Plug and Play Vendor ID and Product Number ......................... 66
10.7.3
%Cn - Enable/Disable Data Compression......................................... 66
10.7.4
%En- Enable/Disable Line Quality Monitor and Auto-Retrain or
Fallback/Fall Forward.............................................................................................. 67
10.7.5
%L - Report Line Signal Level ........................................................... 67
10.7.6
%Q - Report Line Signal Quality........................................................ 68
10.7.7
%Un - Select µ-Law or A-Law Codec Type ....................................... 68
10.8
10.8.1
10.8.2
10.8.3
AT* Command Set .................................................................................. 68
**- Load Flash Memory...................................................................... 68
*B - Display Blacklisted Numbers ...................................................... 70
*D - Display Delayed Numbers .......................................................... 71
10.9
10.9.1
AT) Command Set .................................................................................. 71
)Mn - Enable Cellular Power Level Adjustment ................................. 71
10.10
10.10.1
At@ Command Set ................................................................................. 72
@Mn - Initial Cellular Power Level Setting ........................................ 72
10.11
10.11.1
AT: Command Set .................................................................................. 72
:En - Compromise Equalizer Enable Command ................................ 72
11
MODEM S-REGISTERS .............................................................................. 73
11.1
S0 - Number of Rings to Auto-Answer .................................................... 73
11.2
S1 - Ring Counter ................................................................................... 73
11.3
S2 - Escape Character ........................................................................... 73
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11.4
S3 - Carriage Return Character .............................................................. 73
11.5
S4 - Line Feed Character ....................................................................... 74
11.6
S5 - Backspace Character ...................................................................... 74
11.7
S6 - Wait Time before Blind Dialing or for Dial Tone .............................. 74
11.8
S7 - Wait Time for Carrier, Silence, or Dial Tone ................................... 74
11.9
S8 - Pause Time For Dial Delay ............................................................. 75
11.10
S9 - Carrier Detect Response Time ........................................................ 75
11.11
S10 - Lost Carrier To Hang Up Delay ..................................................... 75
11.12
S11 - DTMF Tone Duration .................................................................... 75
11.13
S12 - Escape Prompt Delay (EPD) ......................................................... 75
11.14
S14 - General Bit Mapped Options Status .............................................. 76
11.15
S16 - Test Mode Bit Mapped Options Status ......................................... 76
11.16
S19 - Reserved ....................................................................................... 76
11.17
S20 - Reserved ....................................................................................... 77
11.18
S21 - V.24/General Bit Mapped Options Status ..................................... 77
11.19
S22 - Speaker/Results Bit Mapped Options Status ................................ 77
11.20
S23 - General Bit Mapped Options Status .............................................. 78
11.21
S24 - Sleep Inactivity Timer .................................................................... 78
11.22
S25 - Delay To DTR off .......................................................................... 78
11.23
S26 - RTS to CTS Delay......................................................................... 78
11.24
S27 - Bit Mapped Options Status ........................................................... 79
11.25
S28 - Bit Mapped Options Status ........................................................... 79
11.26
S29 - Flash Dial Modifier Time ............................................................... 80
11.27
S30 - Disconnect Inactivity Timer ........................................................... 80
11.28
S31 - Bit Mapped Options Status ........................................................... 80
11.29
S36 - LAPM Failure Control .................................................................... 80
11.30
S38 - Delay Before Forced Hang Up ...................................................... 81
11.31
S39 - Flow Control Bit Mapped Options Status ...................................... 81
11.32
S40 - General Bit Mapped Options Status .............................................. 81
11.33
11.33.1
S41 - General Bit Mapped Options Status.............................................. 82
S46 - Data Compression Control ...................................................... 82
11.34
S48 - V.42 Negotiation Action................................................................. 83
11.35
S86 - Call Failure Reason Code ............................................................. 83
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11.36
S91 - PSTN Transmit Attenuation Level ................................................. 84
11.37
S92 - Fax Transmit Attenuation Level .................................................... 84
11.38
S95 - Extended Result Codes ................................................................ 84
11.39
S210 – V.34 Symbol Rates..................................................................... 85
12
MODEM RESULT CODES .......................................................................... 86
Index of Figures
Figure1: 5901 Module Layout .............................................................................................11
Figure 2: RS-232 Port Connector (DCE) ............................................................................12
Figure 3: RS-232 Wiring - 5901 (DCE) to DTE ..................................................................13
Figure 4: 5901 Modem RJ-11 Connection, P6 ...................................................................14
Figure 5: 5901 Terminal Block Connection, P3 ..................................................................14
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1
Overview
The 5901 modem provides high-speed dial-up telephone communication for SCADAPack,
TeleSAFE Micro16 and SmartWIRE controllers. The 5901 modem is a 5000 Series module and may
be fully integrated into a DIN rail mounted controller system. Operating power is received from the
I/O Bus and the 5901 modem requires no external power source.
The 5901 modem supports telephone line connection speeds up to 56k baud. The 5901 modem
performs complete handshake and data rate negotiations and supports error correction and data
compression modes to ensure data transfer integrity. Non-error correcting mode is also supported.
The 5901 modem supports DTE speeds up to 115200 baud with speed buffering at all speeds.
XON/XOFF or RTS/CTS flow control between DTE and 5901 modem are supported.
Auto-recovery circuitry in the 5901 modem ensures controlled modem operation at all times. The
5901 modem is reset to the factory default or user-defined settings whenever power is applied or
when the modem receives an I/O Bus Reset signal from the controller. A modem reset may be
performed using the modem control functions in TelePACE Ladder Logic and C Tools programs.
The 5901 may also be reset from a remote location using a pre-defined dial sequence.
The 5901 modem supports the Hayes “AT” command set. The 5901 modem automatically
determines the speed and format of the data sent from the DTE. Under AT operation the modem
performs an autobaud/autoparity/autolength function on each AT command entered.
Telephone line protection consists of a three-electrode spark gap surge arrester from TIP and RING
to chassis and a MOV from TIP to RING. The 5901 modem operates in environmental conditions of
between – 40°C and +60°C and between 5% and 95% relative humidity.
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Industry Canada Certification1
NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that
the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety
requirements. Industry Canada does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s
satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the
facilities of the local Telecommunications Company. The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that the compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility
designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alternations made by the user to this equipment, or
equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to
disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power
utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together.
This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
AVIS: L’étiquette de l'Industrie Canada identifie le matériel homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que
le matériel est conforme à certaines normes de protection, d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux
de télécommunications. Industrie Canada n’assure toutefois pas que le matériel fonctionnera à la
satisfaction de l’utilisateur.
Avant d’installer ce matériel, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il est permis de le raccorder aux
installations de l’entreprise locale de télécommunication. Le matériel doit également être installé en
suivant une méthod acceptée de raccordement. L’abonné ne doit pas oublier qu’il est possible que la
conformité aux conditions énoncées ci-dessus n’empêchent pas la dégradation du service dans
certaines situations.
Les réparations de matériel homologué doivent être effectuées par un centre d’entretien canadien
autorisé, désigné par le fournisseur. La compagnie de télécommunications peut demander à
l’utilisateur de débrancher un appareil à la suite de réparations ou de modifications effectuées par
l’utilisateur ou a cause de mauvais fonctionnement.
Pour sa propre protection, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer que tous les fils de mise à la terre de la source
d’énergie électrique, les lignes téléphoniques et les canalisations d’eau métalliques, s’il y en a, sont
raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les régions rurales.
AVERTISSEMENT: L’utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordements lui-même; il doit
avoir recours à un service d’inspection des installations électriques, ou à un électricien, selon le cas.
1
A certification label will be found on certified equipment. Equipment without this label is not certified.
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Important Safety Information
Power, input and output (i/o) wiring must be in accordance with Class I, Division 2 wiring methods
Article 501-4 (b) of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 for installations in the U.S., or as
specified in Section 18-1J2 of the Canadian Electrical Code for installations within Canada and in
accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
WARNING !
EXPLOSION HAZARD - SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS 1, DIVISION 2.
WARNING !
EXPLOSION HAZARD – WHEN IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS, TURN
OFF POWER BEFORE REPLACING OR WIRING MODULES.
WARNING !
EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT
UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS
KNOWN TO BE NONHAZARDOUS.
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4
Installation
The 5901 High Speed Dial Up modem is available in two standard versions, the model 5901 and the
model 5901SA. The model 5901 is a standard 5000 Series module that connects to the system I/O
Bus as an integrated part of a Control Microsystems system. The model 5901SA is a stand-alone
version of the 5901 and is used with other devices such as personal computers. Both versions of the
modem are identical in every respect except that the 5901SA is powered using a 9VDC transformer
and has rubber feet for desktop mounting.
Figure1: 5901 Module Layout
4.1
Field Wiring
The 5901 modem has four connectors for field wiring. Refer to Figure1: 5901 Module Layout for
the location of these connectors.
The RS-232 serial communication port, labeled P4, is a 9 pin female, D-sub-miniature connector,
DE-9P. Refer to section 4.2-RS-232 Serial Port for more information.
The telephone line connection is terminated at the 2 pole terminal block, labeled P3, or the RJ-11
modular jack, labeled P6. The RJ-11 modular jack is typically used. Refer to the section 4.3Telephone Line Connection for more information.
The 9VDC adapter connection, labeled P5, is used with the AD-119-9 transformer. This connection
is used with the 5901SA modem only. Connector P5 is center pin positive.
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Note:
4.2
The 9VDC adapter connection cannot be used in Hazardous Locations.
RS-232 Serial Port
The RS-232 port is a 9-pin female D-sub-miniature connector (DE-9P) configured as Data
Communications Equipment (DCE). Figure 2: RS-232 Port Connector (DCE) and Table 1: RS-232
Connections describe the RS-232 connector.
5
Gnd
4
DTR
9
5V
3
TxD
8
CTS
2
RxD
7
RTS
1
DCD
6
DSR
Figure 2: RS-232 Port Connector (DCE)
A description of each pin signal is shown in Table 1: RS-232 Connections. In this table a MARK is
a voltage of +3 volts or greater and a SPACE is a voltage of –3 volts or less.
Table 1: RS-232 Connections
Pin
Type
Description
Pin1
DCD
Output
Pin 2
RxD
Output
Pin 3
TxD
Input
Pin 4
DTR
Pin 5
Ground
Pin 6
DSR
Pin 7
RTS
Input
This signal is at a MARK level when carrier is detected by the
modem on the receiver inputs.
The CD led is on for a MARK level.
Data received by the modem is output on this pin. The level is
SPACE on standby and MARK for received data.
The RD LED is on for a MARK level.
Data transmitted by the modem is input on this pin from the
DTE. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for
transmitted data.
The TD LED is on for a MARK level.
This signal indicates that the DTE is ready to receive data.
Pin 8
CTS
Output
This pin is connected to the I/O system ground.
Output
This signal indicates the modem is ready to start
communication. It is always in a MARK state.
Input
This input must be a MARK for the modem to transmit data.
The DTE should set it to a MARK just before transmission of
data. The CTS output will be asserted when the modem is
ready to transmit data.
The RS LED is on for a MARK level.
This output indicates the modem is ready to transmit data. A
MARK level indicates the modem is ready. The DTE should
wait for this signal before transmitting data.
The CS LED is on for a MARK level.
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4.2.1
Pin
Type
Description
Pin 9
5 Volt
Power
Input/
output
This pin may be connected to the 5V power supply by
installing jumper J1. This pin is a power source for an
external device when used as an output. It powers the
modem when used as an input.
This pin must NOT be connected if it is not used.
5901 Modem Connection to DTE
The serial cable that is provided with the 5901 modem is suitable for connecting the modem to a
DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) device such as a SCADAPack controller, TeleSAFE Micro16
controller or a SmartWIRE 5202 Communication controller.
Other DTE devices such as a personal computer may require a longer serial cable. Figure 3: RS-232
Wiring - 5901 (DCE) to DTE shows a typical serial connection.
DTE
5901 (DCE)
DCD
1 DCD
RxD
2 RxD
TxD
3 TxD
DTR
4 DTR
GND
5 GND
DSR
6 DSR
RTS
7 RTS
CTS
8 CTS
See device
specifications
for pin numbers
Pin 9 may be connected to the 5V
power supply. Use caution when
connecting to this pin.
9 5 Volt
Figure 3: RS-232 Wiring - 5901 (DCE) to DTE
All RS-232 wiring exceeding the length of the serial cable supplied with the modem must use
shielded cable. The shield should be connected to chassis ground at one end of the cable only. The
DE-9 connector shell is a good ground point. A maximum cable length of 50ft (15.2m) is allowed.
Failure to properly shield the cable may result in the installation not complying with FCC or DOC
radio interference regulations.
4.3
Telephone Line Connection
The telephone line typically connects to the RJ-11 modular jack, labeled P3. The RJ-11 jack mates
with a 4 pin modular plug with at least 4 contacts. This type of connector is common in the
telephone industry. Pins 2 and 3 are the tip and ring connection. Pins 1 and 4 are not used. See
Figure 4: 5901 Modem RJ-11 Connection, P6.
Alternately, the terminal block connection shown in Figure 5: 5901 Terminal Block Connection,
P3 allows direct wiring of the telephone line to the 5901 modem.
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RJ-11 Conections
1. n/c
2. Telephone line Tip
3. Telephone line Ring
4. n/c
1 2 3 4
Figure 4: 5901 Modem RJ-11 Connection, P6
T
R
Figure 5: 5901 Terminal Block Connection, P3
4.4
Power Connections

The 5901 modem may be powered in any one of the following ways:

5VDC applied to the 5901 from the I/O Bus.

9VDC applied to the 5901SA from P5.

5VDC applied to the 5901 from pin 9 on the RS-232 connector, P4.
4.4.1
I/O Bus Connection
The 5901 modem is normally powered through the connection to the system I/O Bus. The 5901
modem is connected to the system I/O Bus using a cable connected to P1 or P2. Refer to the System
Configuration Guide for complete information on the system I/O Bus cabling.
4.4.2
5901 SA Power Connection
The 5901SA version of the modem is powered using a transformer connected to P5. The transformer
plugs into a 120VAC supply and provides 9VDC to the 5901SA. The transformer is shipped with all
5901SA modems. To power the 5901SA modem using the transformer:

Ensure the transformer is not connected to the 120VAC supply.

Locate connector P5 on the 5901 modem. Refer to Figure1: 5901 Module Layout for the
location of P5.

Insert the small female plug on the transformer assembly into connector P5.

Plug the transformer into a 120VAC supply.
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Note:
The 9VDC adapter connection cannot be used in Hazardous Locations.
4.4.3
RS-232 Connection
The 5901 may be powered from pin 9 of the RS-232 connector, P4. There are a number of
restrictions with respect to the 5VDC tolerance and fuse considerations. Contact Control
Microsystems Technical Support for further information when using this method of powering the
5901 modem.
4.5
Configuration Jumpers
The 5901 modem uses three configuration jumpers for setting modem operation parameters. These
jumpers are described in the table below. Refer to Figure1: 5901 Module Layout above for the
location of each jumper.
Jumper
Description
J1
5V from P4
pin 9
J2
Module
Reset
J4
DTR
J5
Chassis
Ground
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Setting
When installed the 5901 uses 5VDC power from
serial connection P4 pin 9. When powering the
SCADAPack using this method, ensure jumper J2 is
removed and jumper J4 is installed.
When removed the 5901 is not powered from the
serial connection. This is the normal position for
5901 and 5901SA.
When installed the 5901 is reset by the I/O Reset
signal from the system I/O Bus. This is the normal
position for the 5901 when powered from the I/O
bus, or from a SCADAPack’s RS-232 port.
When removed the 5901 is reset internally. This is
the normal position for the 5901SA. Note that the
5901 is considered an SA only when it is powered
using an external 115V AC to 9V DC transformer.
When installed the DTR signal does not affect 5901
reset. This is the normal position for the 5901SA.
Note that the 5901 is considered an SA only when it
is powered using an external 115V AC to 9V DC
transformer.
When removed and the DTR signal is de-asserted
the 5901 will reset. This is the normal position for
the 5901, when powered from the I/O bus, or from a
SCADAPack’s RS-232 port.
When installed the telephone line transient
protection is connected to chassis ground. This is
the normal position for the 5901, when powered
from the I/O bus, or from a SCADAPack’s RS-232
port.
When removed the telephone line transient
protection is not connected to chassis ground. This
is the normal operation for the 5901SA. This is the
normal position for the 5901SA. Note that the 5901
is considered an SA only when it is powered using
an external 115V AC to 9V DC transformer.
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4.6
5901 Modem Reset Control
A common problem encountered with consumer modems is the tendency to periodically go into an
unstable state. The usual solution for this problem is to simply turn the modem off and then turn it
on again. The modem then returns to normal operation.
When a modem is used in industrial or commercial applications that require it to be installed in very
remote locations this solution is not feasible. The 5901 modem uses a number of methods to ensure
stable operation in virtually all applications.
The 5901 modem is reset to the power up state under any of the following conditions.

When power is applied from a power off state.

When the controller RESET signal is active, indicating all I/O modules are to be reset.

When the DTR signal is low. This is the normal signal from the DTE to reset the modem.
Note:
5901 modem will power up with the default configuration. User entered “AT” commands
are not saved when power is cycled. When a configuration is used that is different than the
default configuration it must be saved to NVRAM in the modem. Refer to the &W0 and
&Y0 commands in Appendix C for more information on saving configurations to NVRAM.
4.6.1
Reset on Power Application
Each time power is applied to the 5901 modem it is reset. Power may be applied to the 5901 modem
in the following ways:

5VDC applied to the 5901 from the I/O Bus.

5VDC applied to the 5901 from RS-323 connector pin 9.

9VDC applied to the 5901 from P5.
4.6.2
Reset on I/O Bus Reset Signal
When the SCADAPack or Micro16 controller RESET signal is TRUE, the modem is turned off and
then turned on. Refer to SCADAPack & Micro16 Hardware manual for information on the
controller RESET signal.
4.6.3
Reset on DTR Control
The 5901 modem will reset when the DTR line in the serial port is de-asserted. The DTE device
connected to the 5901 may control the reset of the 5901 by asserting or de-asserting DTR.
4.6.4
Failure Recovery
If the 5901 modem detects 7 or more rings, in each of two ring attempts within 2 minutes, it will be
reset. This mode allows the user to remotely reset the 5901 modem if failure occurs.
4.7
LED Indicators
The 5901 modem has five status LEDs. These LED’s cannot be disabled to conserve power.
LED
Color
Function
TXD
Red
RXD
Red
The TD LED is on when the DTE is transmitting data to the
modem.
The RD LED is on when data is being received by the modem.
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LED
Color
Function
DSR
Red
DTR
OH
Red
Red
The DSR LED is on when the modem is ready to start
communication. It is always in a MARK state (on).
The DTR LED is on when DTR is asserted by the DTE device.
The OH LED is on when the modem is off hook.
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5
Operation
The operation of the 5901 modem is configured and controlled using commands or strings of
commands. These commands are sent to the 5901 through the serial communication RS-232 port.
Commands sent to the 5901 are referred to as AT commands. See section 10-AT Command
Guidelines for information on how the AT commands are structured.
The 5901 modem contains a pre-set operating configuration. This configuration is shown as the
default settings in sections 10.2AT Command Set to10.10-At@ Command Set.
The pre-set configuration enables the 5901 to operate in most situations but some changes to this
configuration may be required to meet application demands.
The 5901 modem may be operated as a stand-alone modem; as part of a 5000 Series I/O system with
a programmable controller, such as a SCADAPack or TeleSAFE Micro16; and as part of a 5000
Series I/O system with a non-programmable controller, such as a SmartWIRE 5202.
5.1
Stand Alone Modem Operation
When the 5901 modem is used as a stand-alone modem it is directly connected to a Personal
Computer (PC). To configure and control the 5901 modem the PC executes a communication
program, the TelePACE program or a host SCADA program.
5.1.1
5901 Modem Connection to PC
When used as a stand-alone modem the RS-232 serial communication port on the 5901 modem
connects to a serial port on the PC. This connection is referred to as a DTE (PC) to DCE (5901
modem). See the section 4.2.1-5901 Modem Connection to DTE for information on this connection.
5.1.2
Operation using Communication Software
The communication program controls the operation of the 5901 modem by sending configuration
commands, or strings of commands to the modem. These commands are referred to as AT
commands. See section 10.2-AT Command Guidelines for information on how the AT commands
are structured.
The documentation for the communication program used will contain information about how to send
AT commands to the modem.
5.1.3
Operation using TelePACE program
The TelePACE program supports dial up connections to the SCADAPack, TeleSAFE Micro16 and
TeleSAFE 16EX controllers. The TelePACE program controls the operation of the 5901 modem
through the PC Serial Ports Setting dialog box. For complete information about the PC Serial Ports
Setting refer to the TelePACE Ladder Logic User Manual.
To configure the TelePACE program to use the 5901 modem:

From the Communication menu select PC Serial Port Settings.

Ensure the settings on the right side of the PC Serial Ports Setting dialog box are correct for
your application. These settings include Port, Protocol, Baud, Parity and Station.
Note:
The Port setting is the serial port the PC will use to connect to the 5901 modem.
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
Select the Dial Up radio button.

Enter the dialing information required to make connection with the remote controller. Some
sample Dialing Prefix strings are shown below.
To connect to a remote controller that is using a 5901 modem use this command string:
Dial Prefix
&F0
To connect to a remote TeleSAFE controller that is using a 6901 modem use this command string:
Dial Prefix
5.1.4
&F0 &K0
Operation with Host SCADA program
The Host SCADA program controls the operation of the 5901 modem by sending configuration
commands, or strings of commands to the modem. These commands are referred to as AT
commands. See section 10.2-AT Command Guidelines for information on how the AT commands
are structured.
The documentation for the Host SCADA program used will contain information about how to send
AT commands to the modem.
5.2
Operation with Programmable Controllers
The SCADAPack or TeleSAFE Micro16 controllers can control the operation of the 5901 modem
using TelePACE Ladder Logic or C Tools programming software.
To configure the SCADAPack or TeleSAFE Micro16 controller and the 5901 modem for successful
dial up communication the following steps are recommended.

Configure the controller serial port to use the 5901 modem.

Initialize the 5901 modem.

Initiate a dial-up modem connection with another controller or SCADA host.

Communicate with another controller or host after dial connection is made.
5.2.1
Configure Controller Serial Communication Port
The serial communication port that the controller uses to connect with the 5901 modem must be
configured for RS-232 Dial up modem. The controller serial ports are configured using the
TelePACE program. To configure the controller serial port:

Select Controller from the TelePACE menu bar.

Select Serial Ports from the Controller menu.

In the Controller Serial Ports Settings dialog select RS-232 Dial up modem in the Port Type
selection for the com port being used.
5.2.2
Initializing the 5901 Modem
The modem initialization setting determines the 5901 modem operation when the application
program in the controller initiates a dial out or when a dial in is received from a remote modem.
Application programs usually require that the modem be initialized at the start of the program.
TelePACE Ladder Logic uses the INIM function for initializing the 5901 modem. Refer to the
TelePACE Ladder Logic Reference and User manual for complete information on this function.
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The Modem Command entry box in the INIM element configuration is where the configuration
commands are entered. When the INIM function is energized during a Ladder Logic program the
command string that is in the Modem Command entry box is sent to the 5901 modem.
Note:
The INIM function automatically inserts the AT command when the command string is sent
to the modem.
Note:
When using SCADAPack com3 or SCADAPack Plus com3 or com4 the 5901 configuration
must disable hardware flow control. See the &K0 command in Appendix C for more
information.
To initialize the 5901 to use the factory default settings, answer on the first ring and then save this
configuration in user profile 0 the initialization string would look like this:
&F0 S0=1 &W0 &Y0
where:
5.2.3
&F0
Sets the modem for factory defaults.
S0=1
Sets the modem to auto-answer after one ring.
&W0
This command saves all the configuration settings before it as user profile 0.
&Y0
To use the settings in user profile 0 the command &Y0 is used. The &Y0 command
will select the configuration settings of user profile 0 after a hard reset (power
cycle).
Initiating Dial-Up Modem Connection
The SCADAPack or TeleSAFE Micro16 controller may initiate a dial up connection using the
TelePACE Ladder Logic DIAL function. Refer to the TelePACE Ladder Logic Reference and User
manual for complete information on this function.
When the Ladder Logic DIAL function is energized the auto-recovery circuitry in the 5901 modem
causes the 5901 modem to reset. The &Y0 command, in the INIM function above, ensures the 5901
modem uses user profile 0. Once the 5901 modem reset is complete the telephone number in the
Phone Number box is sent to the 5901 modem. The 5901 modem then will attempt to connect with
the remote modem.
Note:
When the &Y0 command is used in the INIM function no command string is required in the
Modem Initialization box.
Note:
When using SCADAPack com3 or SCADAPack Plus com3 or com4 the 5901 configuration
must disable hardware flow control. See the &K0 command in Appendix C for more
information.
5.2.4
Communicating with a Remote Controller
Once a dial up connection has been made with a remote station the SCADAPack or TeleSAFE
Micro16 controller may send information to, or receive information from, the remote station using
the TelePACE Ladder Logic function MSTR. Refer to the TelePACE Ladder Logic Reference and
User manual for complete information on this function.
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5.3
Operation with Non-Programmable Controllers
When the 5901 modem is used with non-programmable controllers it operates as an answer only
modem. This mode of operation is typically used with a SmartWIRE 5202 Communication
Controller. The 5202 controller is not programmable and cannot send configuration commands to
the 5901 modem.
The 5901 modem must be configured using a communication program. Refer to the section 5.1.2Operation using Communication Software for more information on using a communication
program. The documentation for the communication program used will contain information about
how to send AT commands to the modem. Once the modem is configured, the settings must be
saved in the modem NVRAM.
When using the 5901 modem with the 5202 controller the default configuration must be changed for
the modem to auto-answer. The default setting for the auto-answer register, S0, is 0.
The following AT command string is used to change the auto-answer setting and then save it to
NVRAM:
AT &F0 S0=1 &W0 &Y0
where:
&F0
Sets the modem for factory default settings.
S0=1
Sets the modem to auto-answer after one ring.
&W0
Saves the settings to user profile 0.
&Y0
The modem will use the settings in user profile 0 after any power reset.
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Maintenance
This module requires no routine maintenance. If the module is not functioning correctly, contact
Control Microsystems Technical Support for more information and instructions for returning the
module for repair.
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Troubleshooting
To determine the source of a problem when using the 5901 modem always check the status register
of the DIAL or INIM function. The value stored in status register will indicate the type of problem.
Refer to the help file in the TelePACE program or to the TelePACE Reference and User Manual.
To determine the configuration of the 5901 modem use the &V command. The command format is:
AT &V
The modem will display the contents of all configuration registers. See section 10.2AT Command Set for details on the &V command.
Problem
Solutions
Modem does not
auto-answer.
Ensure modem is properly powered.
Ensure telephone line is connected to modem.
Check the setting of the S0 register. This register must have
a value of at least 1 for the modem to auto-answer.
Ensure modem is properly powered.
Ensure telephone line is connected to modem.
Check the setting of the S6 register. Dial tone may not be
present before this register times out.
Check for correct station address in MSTR functions.
Check that both stations are using same protocol.
If the telephone line is noisy try using Modbus ASCII
protocol.
Modem will not
dial out.
Modems make
connection but
controllers do not
communicate.
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8
Specifications
Disclaimer: Control Microsystems reserves the right to change product specifications without
notice. For more information visit www.controlmicrosystems.com .
Telco Data Rate
Data
Compression
and Error
Correction
DTE Data Rate
Features
Ringer
Equivalency
Number
Visual Indicators
Power
Requirements
Field
Termination
Dimensions
Mounting
Packaging
Environment
300 to 56k bps
MNP 2-4, MNP 5, V42 bis, MNP 10
Auto detect DTE speeds of 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800,
7200, 9600, 12000, 14400, 19200, 38400, and 57600 bps.
Compatible with all ITU-T standard modems from 14,400 to
300 bps.
Permanently stores modem settings in memory (NVRAM).
Supports the industry-standard AT command set.
0.8B
TD:
Transmitted data LED
RD:
Received data LED
DTR: Data Transmitter Ready LED
OH:
Off Hook LED
Model 5901 - 5V at 200mA
Model 5901SA - 115 VAC at 10 VA for the 9Vdc, 500mA,
2.1mm, center pin positive AC adapter.
2 pole, removable terminal block
12 to 22 AWG
15 amp contacts
RJ11C modular jack
4.25 inch (108 mm) wide
4.625 inch (118 mm) high
1.75 inch (44 mm) deep
Model 5901 – 7.5 x 35 DIN rail
Model 5901SA – desktop, rubber feet
Corrosion resistant zinc plated steel with black enamel
paint
5% RH to 95% RH, non-condensing
o
o
–40 C to 70 C
o
o
–40 F to 158 F
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9
Approvals and Certifications
Safety
Digital
Emissions
Telecom
Non-Incendive Electrical Equipment for Use in Class I, Division
2 Groups A, B, C and D Hazardous Locations.
FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A Verification
FCC approved, Part 68
Industry Canada CS-02 approved
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10
AT Command Guidelines
Modem operation is controlled by generic AT commands. These AT commands may be basic AT
(i.e., commands preceded by AT, AT&, AT%, AT*, AT\, AT), AT-, or AT#) or S-Register (e.g.,
S6=n) commands. The command syntax and operation guidelines governing each of these command
categories are described in subsequent sections.
10.1
AT Command Format
A command line is a string of characters sent from a SCADAPack, TeleSAFE Micro16 controller or
computer (DTE) to the 5901 modem (DCE) while the modem is in a command state. A command
line has a prefix, a body, and a terminator.
Each command line (with the exception of the A/ command) must begin with the character sequence
AT and must be terminated by a carriage return. Commands entered in upper case or lower case are
accepted, but both the A and T must be of the same case.
The body is a string of commands restricted to printable ASCII characters (032 - 126). Space
characters (ASCII 032) and control characters other than CR (ASCII 013) and BS (ASCII 010) in
the command string are ignored.
The default terminator is the ASCII <CR> character. Characters that precede the AT prefix are
ignored. The command line interpretation begins upon receipt of the carriage return character.
Characters within the command line are parsed as commands with associated parameter values. The
basic commands consist of single ASCII characters, or single characters preceded by a prefix
character (e.g., “&"), followed by a decimal parameter. Missing decimal parameters are evaluated as
0.
The 5901 modem supports the editing of command lines by recognizing a backspace character.
When modem echo is enabled, the modem responds to receipt of a backspace or delete by echoing a
backspace character, a space character, and another backspace. The hex value to be used for the
backspace character is programmable through register S5.
The AT sequence may be followed by any number of commands in sequence, except for commands
such as Z, D, or A. Commands following commands Z, D, or A on the same command line will be
ignored. The maximum number of characters on any command line is 39 (including "A" and "T"). If
a syntax error is found anywhere in a command line command, the remainder of the line will be
ignored and the ERROR result code will be returned. Most commands entered with parameters out
of range will not be accepted and the ERROR response will be returned to the DTE.
Commands will only be accepted by the modem once the previous command has been fully
executed, which is normally indicated by the return of an appropriate result code. Execution of
commands D and A, either as a result of a direct command or a re-execute command, will be aborted
if another character is entered before completion of the handshake.
10.1.1
DTE Speed Auto Detect
The 5901 modem can automatically determine the speed and format of the data sent from the DTE.
Under AT operation, the 5901 modem performs an autobaud / autoparity / autolength function on
each AT header entered. The autolength / autoparity facility can detect 7- or 8-bit characters of even,
odd, or no parity with one stop bit. The 5901 modem can sense DTE speeds of 300, 600, 1200,
2400, 4800, 7200, 9600, 12000, 14400, 19200, 38400, and 57600 bps.
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10.1.2
Escape Code Sequence
When the 5901 modem has established a connection and has entered on-line data mode, it is
possible to break into the data transmission in order to issue further commands to the modem in an
on-line command mode. This is achieved by the DTE sending to the modem a sequence of three
ASCII characters specified by register S2. The default character is '+'. The maximum time allowed
between receipt of the last character of the three escape character sequence from the DTE and
sending of the OK result code to the DTE is controlled by the S12 register.
10.2
AT Command Set
The 5901 modem will respond to the commands described below. Parameters applicable to each
command are listed with the command description.
The default values, as shown for each configuration command, are those used in the 5901 modem
factory profile 0.
10.2.1
A/ - Repeating a Command Line
If the prefix "A/" or "a/" is received, the modem immediately executes once again the body of the
preceding command line. No editing is possible, and no termination character is necessary. A
command line may be repeated multiple times in this manner. Responses to the repeated command
line are issued using format of the original command line. If "A/" is received before any command
line has been executed, the preceding command line is assumed to have been empty (that results in
an OK result code).
10.2.2
AT - Read/Write S Parameter
The modem selects an S-Parameter, performs an S-Parameter read or write function, or reports the
value of an S-Parameter.
n
Establishes S-Parameter n as the last register accessed.
n=v
Sets S-Parameter n to the value v.
n?
Reports the value of S-Parameter n.
The parameter n can be omitted, in which case the last S-Parameter accessed will be assumed. The S
can be omitted for AT= and AT?, in which case the last S-Parameter accessed will be assumed.
For example:
ATS7
establishes S7 as the last accessed register.
AT=40
sets the contents of the last register accessed to 40.
ATS=20
sets the contents of the last register accessed to 20.
If the number "n" is outside the range of the S-Parameters available, the modem will return the
ERROR message. If the value “v” is outside the range permitted for a given S-Parameter, the modem
will return the ERROR message. Input and output are always in decimal format. Note that some SParameters are read-only.
In some cases, writing to the S-Parameter will appear to be accepted but the value will not actually
be written.
Due to country restrictions, some commands will be accepted, but the value may be limited and
replaced by a maximum or minimum value.
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Minimum, maximum, and default values for S-Parameters may be altered with ConfigurACE.
10.2.3
A - Answer
The modem will go off-hook and attempt to answer an incoming call if correct conditions are met.
Upon successful completion of answer handshake, the modem will go on-line in answer mode. This
command may be affected by the state of Line Current Sense, if enabled. (Most countries do not
require Line Current Sense.) Operation is also dependent upon +FCLASS command and countryspecific requirements.
If +FCLASS=0 is selected, the modem will enter the connect state after exchanging carrier with the
remote modem. If no carrier is detected within a period specified in register S7, the modem hangs
up. Any character entered during the connect sequence will abort the connection attempt.
If +FCLASS=1, 1.0, or 2 is selected, the modem will go off-hook in V.21 answer mode. It will
generate the V.21 2100 Hz answer tone for 3 ± 0.5 seconds and, following a delay of 70 ms, will
proceed as if the +FTH=3 command were issued. At any stage up to (but excluding) the +FTH=3
command state, any character will abort the communication. (See the description of the +FTH
command for details.)
10.2.4
Bn - CCITT or Bell
When the modem is configured to allow either option, the modem will select Bell or CCITT
modulation for a line speed connection of 300 or 1200 bps. Any other line speed will use a CCITT
modulation standard. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S27 bit 6.
B0
Selects CCITT operation at 300 or 1200 bps during Call Establishment and a subsequent
connection. (Default.)
B1
Selects BELL operation at 300 or 1200 bps during Call Establishment and a subsequent
connection.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.5
Dn - Dial
This command directs the modem to go on-line, dial according to the string entered and attempt to
establish a connection. If no dial string is supplied, the modem will go on-line and attempt the
handshake in originate mode. In W-class models, the action of going off-hook is affected by the
status of the Line Current Sense input, if line current sensing is enabled, and by the blacklist and
delayed list.
Note:
If the ATD command is issued before the S1 register has cleared, the modem will respond
with the NO CARRIER result code.
If +FCLASS=0 is selected, the modem will behave as a data modem and will attempt to connect to
another data modem. The modem will have up to the period of time specified by register S6 or S7 to
wait for carrier and complete the handshake. If this time expires before the modem can complete the
handshake, the modem will go on-hook with the NO CARRIER response. This command will be
aborted in progress upon receipt of any DTE character before completion of the handshake.
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If +FCLASS=1, 1.0, or 2 is selected, the modem will behave as a facsimile modem and attempt to
connect to a facsimile machine (or modem) by entering the HDLC V.21 channel 2 receive state (as
if +FRH=3 had been issued). This command will be aborted upon receipt of any DTE character if
the modem has not finished dialing. In this case, the modem will go on-hook and return to command
mode after displaying the NO CARRIER message. If the modem has finished dialing, it proceeds as
if the +FRH=3 command has been issued. (Refer to the +FRH command to determine how the
modem behaves following this stage.)
10.2.6
Dial Modifiers
The valid dial string parameters are described below. Punctuation characters may be used for clarity,
with parentheses, hyphen, and spaces being ignored.
0-9
DTMF digits 0 to 9.
*
The 'star' digit (tone dialing only).
#
The 'gate' digit (tone dialing only).
A-D
DTMF digits A, B, C, and D. Some countries may prohibit sending of these digits during
dialing.
L
Re-dial last number: the modem will re-dial the last valid telephone number. The L must be
immediately after the D with all the following characters ignored).
P
Select pulse dialing: pulse dial the numbers that follow until a "T" is encountered. Affects
current and subsequent dialing. Some countries prevent changing dialing modes after the
first digit is dialed.
T
Select tone dialing: tone dial the numbers that follow until a "P" is encountered. Affects
current and subsequent dialing. Some countries prevent changing dialing modes after the
first digit is dialed.
R
This command will be accepted, but not acted on.
S=n
Dial the number stored in the directory (n = 0 to 3). (See &Z.)
!
Flash: the modem will go on-hook for a time defined by the value of S29. Country
requirements may limit the time imposed.
W
Wait for dial tone: the modem will wait for dial tone before dialing the digits following
"W". If dial tone is not detected within the time specified by S7 (US) or S6 (W-class), the
modem will abort the rest of the sequence, return on-hook, and generate an error message.
@
Wait for silence: the modem will wait for at least 5 seconds of silence in the call progress
frequency band before continuing with the next dial string parameter. If the modem does not
detect these 5 seconds of silence before the expiration of the call abort timer (S7), the
modem will terminate the call attempt with a NO ANSWER message. If busy detection is
enabled, the modem may terminate the call with the BUSY result code. If answer tone
arrives during execution of this parameter, the modem handshakes.
&
Wait for credit card dialing tone before continuing with the dial string. If the tone is not
detected within the time specified by S7 (US models) or S6 (W-class models), the modem
will abort the rest of the sequence, return on-hook, and generate an error message.
,
Dial pause: the modem will pause for a time specified by S8 before dialing the digits
following ",".
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;
Return to command state. Added to the end of a dial string, this causes the modem to return
to the command state after it processes the portion of the dial string preceding the ";". This
allows the user to issue additional AT commands while remaining off-hook. The additional
AT commands may be placed in the original command line following the ";" and/or may be
entered on subsequent command lines. The modem will enter call progress only after an
additional dial command is issued without the ";" terminator. Use "H" to abort the dial in
progress, and go back on-hook.
^
Toggles calling tone enable/disable: applicable to current dial attempt only.
()
Ignored: may be used to format the dial string.
-
Ignored: may be used to format the dial string.
<space> Ignored: may be used to format the dial string.
<i>
Invalid character: will be ignored.
>
If enabled by country specific parameter, the modem will generate a grounding pulse on the
EARTH relay output.
10.2.7
En - Command Echo
The modem enables or disables the echo of characters to the DTE. The parameter value, if valid, is
written to S14 bit 1.
E0
Disables command echo.
E1
Enables command echo. (Default.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.8
Hn - Disconnect (Hang-Up)
This command initiates a hang up sequence. This command may not be available for some countries
due to PTT restrictions.
H0
The modem will release the line if the modem is currently on-line, and will terminate any
test (AT&T) that is in progress. Country specific, modulation specific, and error correction
protocol specific (S38) processing is handled outside of the H0 command.
H1
If on-hook, the modem will go off-hook and enter command mode. For US models, the
modem will remain off-hook. For W-class models, the modem will return on-hook after a
period of time determined by S7.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.9
In - Identification
The modem reports to the DTE the requested result according to the command parameter.
I0
Reports product code. Example: 14400
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I1
Reports the least significant byte of the stored checksum in decimal. Reports 255 if the
prestored checksum value is FFh.
I2
Reports "OK".
I3
Reports identification codes in the form VX.X-F_A where:
VX.X =
F=
Firmware version (e.g., V3.00)
Firmware model and ROM size:
V90 or V34 = V90 or V34 in 1M ROM
V90_2M or V34_2M = V90 or V34 in 2M ROM
A=
Application
DLS = Desktop Serial
DLP = Desktop Parallel
DLL = Low Power PC Card
DL3 = Low Power 3V
DLG = Low Power World Class
Example:
V3.000-V90_2M_DLS
If RPI+ is enabled (see +Hn command), “Rockwell RPI ™” is appended.
Note:
I4
Reports OEM defined identifier string in either Hayes-compatible binary format (default) or
ASCII format (selectable by ConfigurACE), e.g.:
a007840284C6002F
bC60000000
r1005111151012000
r3000111170000000
I5
Reports Country Code parameter (see +GCI command), e.g., B5.
I6
Reports modem data pump model and internal code revision, e.g.,
RCV56DPF-PLL L8571A Rev 29.00/29.00
I7
Reports OK.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 7.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.10
L – Speaker Volume
This command sets the speaker volume control. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S22 bits
0 and 1.
L0
Low volume.
L1
Low volume. (Default.)
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L2
Medium volume.
L3
High volume.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 3.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.11
M – Speaker Control
This command selects when the speaker will be on or off. The parameter value, if valid, is written to
S22 bits 2 and 3.
M0
Speaker is always off.
M1
Speaker is on during call establishment, but off when receiving carrier. (Default.)
M2
Speaker is always on.
M3
Speaker is off when receiving carrier and during dialing, but on during answering.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 3.
ERROR
Otherwise
10.2.12
On - Return to On-Line Data Mode
This command determines how the modem will enter the on-line data mode. If in the on-line
command mode, the modem enters the on-line data mode with or without a retrain. If in the off-line
command mode (no connection), the modem reports ERROR.
O0
Enters on-line data mode without a retrain. Handling is determined by the Call
Establishment task. Generally, if a connection exists, this command connects the DTE back to the
remote modem after an escape (+++).
O1
Enters on-line data mode with a retrain before returning to on-line data mode.
O2
Fast retrain without speed change (used for diagnostic purpose only).
O3
Renegotiate rate without speed change (used for diagnostic purpose only.
O4
Renegotiate rate down one speed (used for diagnostic purpose only).
O5
Renegotiate rate up one speed (used for diagnostic purpose only).
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 5 and a connection exists.
ERROR
Otherwise or if not connected.
10.2.13
P - Set Pulse Dial Default
This command forces pulse dialing until the next T dial modifier or T command is received. Sets
S14 bit 5.
As soon as a dial command is executed which explicitly specifies the dialing mode for that
particular call (e.g., ATDT...), this command is overridden so that all future dialing will be tone
dialed. (See T command.)
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This command may not be permitted in some countries.
Result Code:
OK
10.2.14
Qn - Quiet Results Codes Control
The command enables or disables the sending of result codes to the DTE. The parameter value, if
valid, is written to S14 bit 2.
Q0
Enables result codes to the DTE. (Default.)
Q1
Disables result codes to the DTE.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.15
Sn - Read/Write S-Register
The modem selects an S-Register, performs an S-Register read or write function, or reports the value
of an S-Register.
n
Establishes S-Register n as the last register accessed.
n=v
Sets S-Register n to the value v.
n?
Reports the value of S-Register n.
The parameter n can be omitted; in which case the last S-Register accessed will be assumed. The S
can be omitted for AT= and AT?, in which case the last S-Register accessed will be assumed.
For example:
ATS7 establishes S7 as the last accessed register.
AT=40 sets the contents of the last register accessed to 40.
ATS=20 sets the contents of the last register accessed to 20.
If the number "n" is beyond the range of the S-Registers available, the modem will return the
ERROR message. The value "v" is "MOD"ed with 256. If the result is outside the range permitted
for a given S-Register the values will still be stored, but functionally the lower and higher limits will
be observed. Input and output are always in decimal format. Note that some S-Registers are readonly.
In some cases, writing to the S-Register will appear to be accepted but the value will not actually be
written. Due to country restrictions, some commands will be accepted, but the value may be limited
and replaced by a maximum or minimum value.
Due to country restrictions, some commands will be accepted, but the value may be limited and
replaced by a maximum or minimum value.
Minimum, maximum, and default values for S-Parameters may be altered with ConfigurACE.
10.2.16
T - Set Tone Dial Default
This command forces DTMF dialing until the next P dial modifier or P command is received. The
modem will set an S-Parameter bit to indicate that all subsequent dialing should be conducted in
tone mode. The DP command will override this command. Clears S14 bit 5.
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This command may not be permitted in some countries. (See P.)
Result Code:
OK
10.2.17
Vn - Result Code Form
This command selects the sending of short-form or long-form result codes to the DTE. The
parameter, if valid, is written to S14 bit 3.
V0
code.
Enables short-form (terse) result codes. Line feed is not issued before a short-form result
V1
Enables long-form (verbose) result codes. (Default.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.18
Wn - Connect Message Control
This command, in conjunction with S95 bits 0, 2, 3, and 5 (bits 2, 3, and 5 can be written directly by
the host or by the +MR, +ER, and +DR commands, respectively), control the format of CONNECT
messages. The actual result code messages reported reflect the W command setting and the S95 bit
settings. (Also see +MR, +ER, and +DR commands.)
The W parameter value, if valid, is written to S31 bits 2 and 3.
W0
Upon connection, the modem reports only the DTE speed (e.g., CONNECT 19200).
Subsequent responses are disabled. (Default.)
W1
Upon connection, the modem reports the line speed, the error correction protocol, and the
DTE speed, respectively. Subsequent responses are disabled.
W2
Upon connection, the modem reports the DCE speed (e.g., CONNECT 14400). Subsequent
responses are disabled.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0, 1, or 2.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.2.19
Xn - Extended Result Codes
This command selects the subset of the result code messages used by the modem to inform the DTE
of the results of commands.
Blind dialing is enabled or disabled by country parameters. If the user wishes to enforce dial tone
detection, a "W" can be placed in the dial string (see D command). The information below is based
upon the default implementation of the X results table.
If the modem is in facsimile mode (+FCLASS=1, 1.0, or 2), the only message sent to indicate a
connection is CONNECT without a speed indication.
X0
Disables reporting of busy tones unless forced otherwise by country requirements; send only
OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER, ERROR, and NO ANSWER result codes. Blind
dialing is enabled/disabled by country parameters. If busy tone detection is enforced and
busy tone is detected, NO CARRIER will be reported. If dial tone detection is enforced or
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selected and dial tone is not detected, NO CARRIER will be reported instead of NO DIAL
TONE. The value 000b is written to S22 bits 6, 5, and 4, respectively.
X1
Disables reporting of busy tones unless forced otherwise by country requirements; send only
OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER, ERROR, NO ANSWER, and CONNECT XXXX
(XXXX = rate). Blind dialing enabled/disabled by country parameters. If busy tone
detection is enforced and busy tone is detected, NO CARRIER will be reported instead of
BUSY. If dial tone detection is enforced or selected and dial tone is not detected, NO
CARRIER will be reported instead of NO DIAL TONE. The value 100b is written to S22
bits 6, 5, and 4, respectively.
X2
Disables reporting of busy tones unless forced otherwise by country requirements; send only
OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER, ERROR, NO DIALTONE, NO ANSWER, and
CONNECT XXXX. If busy tone detection is enforced and busy tone is detected, NO
CARRIER will be reported instead of BUSY. If dial tone detection is enforced or selected
and dial tone is not detected, NO DIAL TONE will be reported instead of NO CARRIER.
The value 101b is written to S22 bits 6, 5, and 4, respectively.
X3
Enables reporting of busy tones; send only OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER,
ERROR, NO ANSWER, and CONNECT XXXX. Blind dialing is enabled/disabled by
country parameters. If dial tone detection is enforced and dial tone is not detected, NO
CARRIER will be reported. The value 110b is written to S22 bits 6, 5, and 4, respectively.
X4
Enables reporting of busy tones; send all messages. The value 111b is written to S22 bits 6,
5, and 4, respectively. (Default.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 4.
ERROR
Otherwise.
Refer to 12-Modem Result Codes for more information.
10.2.20
Zn - Soft Reset and Restore Profile
The modem performs a soft reset and restores (recalls) the configuration profile according to the
parameter supplied. If no parameter is specified, zero is assumed.
Z0
Soft reset and restore stored profile 0.
Z1
Soft reset and restore stored profile 1.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3
10.3.1
AT& Command Set
&Cn - RLSD (DCD) Option
The modem controls the RLSD output in accordance with the parameter supplied. The parameter
value, if valid, is written to S21 bit 5.
&C0
RLSD remains ON at all times.
&C1
RLSD follows the state of the carrier. (Default.)
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Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.2
&Dn - DTR Option
This command interprets the ON to OFF transition of the DTR signal from the DTE in accordance
with the parameter supplied. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S21 bits 3 and 4. Also, see
S25.
&D0
DTR drop is interpreted according to the current &Qn setting as follows:
&D1
&Q0, &Q5, &Q6
DTR is ignored (assumed ON). Allows operation with
DTEs which do not provide DTR.
&Q1
DTR drop causes the modem to hang up. Autoanswer is not
affected.
&Q2, &Q3
DTR drop causes the modem to hang up. Autoanswer is
inhibited.
DTR drop is interpreted according to the current &Qn setting as follows:
&Q0, &Q1, &Q5, &Q6 DTR drop is interpreted by the modem as if the
asynchronous escape sequence had been entered.
The modem returns to asynchronous command state
without disconnecting.
&Q2, &Q3
&D2
DTR drop causes the modem to hang up. Autoanswer is
inhibited.
DTR drop is interpreted according to the current &Qn setting as follows:
&Q0 through &Q6
&D3
DTR drop causes the modem to hang up. Autoanswer is
inhibited. (Default.)
DTR drop is interpreted according to the current &Qn setting as follows:
&Q0, &Q1, &Q5, &Q6 DTR drop causes the modem to perform a soft reset as if
the Z command was received. The &Y setting determines
which profile is loaded.
&Q2, &Q3
10.3.3
DTR drop causes the modem to hang up. Autoanswer is
inhibited. If &Q5, &Q6, +FCLASS=1 or +FCLASS=2 is in
effect, the action taken is the same as for &Q0.
&Fn - Restore Factory Configuration (Profile)
The modem loads the factory default configuration (profile). The factory defaults are identified for
each command and in the S-Register descriptions. A configuration (profile) consists of a subset of SParameters.
&F0
Restore factory configuration 0.
&F1
Restore factory configuration 1.
Result Codes:
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OK
ERROR
If the modem is connected.
10.3.4
&Gn - Select Guard Tone
This command causes the modem to generate the guard tone selected by this command (DPSK
modulation modes only).
The parameter value, if valid, is written to S23 bits 6 and 7.
&G0
Disables guard tone. (Default)
&G1
Disables guard tone.
&G2
Selects 1800 Hz guard tone. This command may not be permitted in some countries.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 2.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.5
&Kn - Flow Control
This command defines the DTE/DCE (terminal/modem) flow control mechanism. The parameter
value, if valid, is written to S39 bits 0, 1, and 2.
&K0
Disables flow control.
&K3
Enables RTS/CTS flow control. (Default for data modem modes.)
&K4
Enables XON/XOFF flow control.
&K5
Enables transparent XON/XOFF flow control.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0, 3, 4 or 5.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.6
&Ln - Leased Line Operation
This command requests leased line or dial-up operation. This command is provided for compatibility
only; no mode change is performed, dial-up operation continues. The OK response is returned for a
valid parameter, but no other action is performed. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S27 bit
2.
&L0
Requests dial-up operation. Dial-up operation continues.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.7
&Mn - Asynchronous/Synchronous Mode Selection
This command determines the DTR operating mode. The modem treats the &M command as a
subset of the &Q command.
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&M0
Selects direct asynchronous operation. The command sequence &M0\N0 selects normal
buffered mode, but the command sequence \N0&M0 selects direct mode. This is because the
\N0 command is analogous to the &Q6 command. The value 000b is written to S27 bits 3, 1,
and 0, respectively. (See &Q).
&M1
Selects synchronous connect mode with async off-line command mode. The value 001b is
written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively. (Serial interface operation only.)
&M2
Selects synchronous connect mode with async off-line command mode. Same as &M1
except that &M2 enables DTR dialing of directory slot 0. The modem will disconnect if
DTR is OFF for more than the period in S25 (in units of hundredths of a second): the data
connection will be synchronous. The value 010b is written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0,
respectively. (Serial interface operation only.)
&M3
Selects synchronous connect mode. This mode allows DTR to act as a talk/data switch. The
call is manually initiated while DTR is inactive. When DTR becomes active, the handshake
proceeds in originate or answer mode according to S14 bit 7. The value 011b is written to
S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively. (Serial interface operation only.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 3.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.8
&Pn - Select Pulse Dial Make/Break Ratio
This command determines the make/break ratio used during pulse dialing. It is only effective if the
appropriate bit to enable this command is set through the ConfigurACE program. If enabled, it will
override the make/break ratios in the OEM parameters in ConfigurACE. The default is countrydependent. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S28 bits 3 and 4.
&P0
Selects 39%-61% make/break ratio at 10 pulses per second. (Default.)
&P1
Selects 33%-67% make/break ratio at 10 pulses per second.
&P2
Selects 39%-61% make/break ratio at 20 pulses per second.
&P3
Selects 33%-67% make/break ratio at 20 pulses per second.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 3.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.9
&Qn - Sync/Async Mode
This command is an extension of the &M command and is used to control the connection modes
permitted. It is used in conjunction with S36 and S48. (Also, see \N.)
Note:
When the &Q0 to &Q3 command is issued to select the mode, the subsequent connect
message will report the DCE speed regardless of the W command and S95 settings.
&Q0
Selects direct asynchronous operation. The value 000b is written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0,
respectively. See &M0.
&Q1
Selects synchronous connect mode with async off-line command mode. The value 001b is
written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively. See &M1. (Serial interface operation only.)
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&Q2
Selects synchronous connect mode with async off-line command mode and enables DTR
dialing of directory 0. The value 010b is written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively. See
&M2. (Serial interface operation only.)
&Q3
Selects synchronous connect mode with async off-line command mode and enables DTR to
act as Talk/Data switch. The value 011b is written to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively. See
&M3. (Serial interface operation only.)
&Q5
The modem will try to negotiate an error-corrected link. The modem can be configured
using S36 to determine whether a failure will result in the modem returning on-hook or will
result in fallback to an asynchronous connection. The value 101b is written to S27 bits 3, 1,
and 0, respectively. (Default.)
&Q6
Selects asynchronous operation in normal mode (speed buffering). The value 110b is written
to S27 bits 3, 1, and 0, respectively.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 6.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.10
&Rn - RTS/CTS Option
This selects how the modem controls CTS. CTS operation is modified if hardware flow control is
selected (see &K command). The parameter value, if valid, is written to S21 bit 2.
&R0
In sync mode, CTS tracks the state of RTS; the RTS-to-CTS delay is defined by S26. In
async mode, CTS is normally ON and will turn OFF only if required by flow control.
&R1
In sync mode, CTS is always ON (RTS transitions are ignored); In async mode, CTS is
normally ON and will turn OFF only if required by flow control.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.11
&Sn - DSR Override
This command selects how the modem will control DSR. The parameter value, if valid, is written to
S21 bit 6.
&S0
DSR will remain ON at all times. (Default.)
&S1
DSR will become active after answer tone has been detected and inactive after the carrier
has been lost.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.12
&Tn – Local Analog Loopback Test
The modem will perform the local analog loopback test if &T1 is selected. The test can be run only
when in an asynchronous operation in non-error-correction-mode (normal). To terminate the test in
progress, the escape sequence must be entered first.
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&T0
Terminates test in progress. Clears S16.
&T1
Initiates local analog loopback, V.54 Loop 3. Sets S16 bit 0. If a connection exists when this
command is issued, the modem hangs up. The CONNECT XXXX message is displayed
upon the start of the test.
10.3.13
&V - Display Current Configuration and Stored Profiles
This command reports the current (active) configuration, the stored (user) profiles, and the first four
stored telephone numbers. The stored profiles and telephone numbers are not displayed if the
NVRAM is not installed or is not operational as detected by the NVRAM test during reset
processing.
Result Code:
OK
Example:
AT&V
ACTIVE PROFILE:
B0 E1 L1 M1 N1 QO T V1 W0 X4 Y0 &C0 &D0 &G2 &J0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &T4 &X0 &Y0
S00:002 S01:000 S02:043 S03:013 S04:010 S05:008 S06:002 S07:030 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014
S11:255 S12:050 S18:000 S25:005 S26:001 S36:007 S37:000 S38:020 S46:138 S48:007 S95:000
STORED PROFILE 0:
B0 E1 L1 M1 N1 QO T V1 W0 X4 Y0 &C0 &D0 &G2 &J0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &T4 &X0
S00:002 S02:043 S06:002 S07:030 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014 S11:095 S12:050 S18:000 S36:007
S37:000 S40:105 S41:003 S46:138 S95:000
STORED PROFILE 1:
B0 E1 L1 M1 N1 QO T V1 W0 X4 Y0 &C0 &D0 &G2 &J0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &T4 &X0
S00:002 S02:043 S06:002 S07:030 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014 S11:095 S12:050 S18:000 S36:007
S37:000 S40:105 S41:003 S46:138 S95:000
TELEPHONE NUMBERS:
0=1=
2=3=
OK
10.3.14
&V1 - Display Last Connection Statistics
Displays the last connection statistics in the following format (shown with typical results):
TERMINATION REASON………LOCAL REQUEST
LAST TX rate....………….......…
26400 BPS
HIGHEST TX rate..........……….
26400 BPS
LAST RX rate..............………….
49333 BPS
HIGHEST RX rate..........……….
49333 BPS
PROTOCOL.................…………
LAPM
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COMPRESSION...............……..
V42Bis
Line QUALITY..............…………
038
Rx LEVEL..................…………..
015
Highest Rx State..........…………
67
Highest TX State..........…………
67
EQM Sum..................…………..
00B4
Min Distance..............………..…
0000
RBS Pattern...............…………..
00
Rate Drop.................……………
00
Digital Loss..............…………….
2000
Local Rtrn Count..........…………
00
Remote Rtrn Count........……….
00
Flex 9481814347C4
RBS Pattern: Shows which bits are being robbed in the least significant 6 bytes, e.g., 03 indicates 2
robbed bits in bit positions 0 and 1.
Digital Loss: Shows if a pad was encountered and if so, what was the digital loss. 2000 means 0dB.
Flex: Shows V.8bis information as follows:
First byte: Octet 13 (second byte of manufacturer id, 94 = K56flex)
Second byte: Octet 14 (Licensee code: 81 = Rockwell)
Third byte: Octet 15 (manufacturer's product capabilities)
Fourth byte: Octet 16 (K56flex version number)
Fifth byte: Octet 17 (Rockwell pump code version number)
Sixth byte: Octet 18 (x-law and controller version number)
Bit 6 Forced/Not forced A-Law/m-Law
0 = Forced A-Law/m-Law
1 = Not forced A-Law/m-Law
Bit 5 Select A-Law or m-Law
0 = Select A-Law
1 = Select m-Law
Bit 4:0 Controller version
10.3.15
&Wn - Store Current Configuration
Saves the current (active) configuration (profile), including S-Registers, in one of the two user
profiles in NVRAM as denoted by the parameter value. This command will yield an ERROR
message if the NVRAM is not installed or is not operational as detected by the NVRAM test.
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The current configuration is comprised of a list of storable parameters illustrated in the &V
command. These settings are restored to the active configuration upon receiving an Zn command or
at power up (see &Yn command).
&W0
Store the current configuration as profile 0.
&W1
Store the current configuration as profile 1.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.16
&Xn - Select Synchronous Clock Source
Selects the source of the transmit clock for the synchronous mode of operation. The parameter
value, if valid, is written to S27 bits 4 and 5.
In asynchronous mode, the transmit and receive clocks are turned OFF. In synchronous mode, the
clocks are turned ON with the frequency of 1200 Hz or faster corresponding to the speed that is
selected for modem operation.
&X0
Selects internal timing. The modem generates the transmit clock signal and applies it to the
TXCLK output at the serial interface.
&X1
Selects external timing. The local DTE sources the transmit clock signal on the XTCLK
input of the serial interface. The modem applies this clock to the TXCLK output at the serial
interface.
&X2
Selects slave receive timing. The modem derives the transmit clock signal from the
incoming carrier and applies it to the TXCLK output at the serial interface.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 2.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.3.17
&Yn - Designate a Default Reset Profile
Selects which user profile will be used after a hard reset.
&Y0
The modem will use profile 0.
&Y1
The modem will use profile 1.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 1.
ERROR
If n > 1, or if NVRAM is not installed or is not operational.
10.3.18
&Zn=x - Store Telephone Number
The modem can store up to four telephone numbers and each telephone number dial string can
contain up to 31 digits.
(Requires 256-byte NVRAM installed.)
&Zn=x n = Decimal number from 0 to 3 corresponding to the selected telephone number.
x = Dial string from 0 to 31 characters.
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Result Codes:
OK
For n <= 3, and x <= 31 digits.
ERROR
If n > 3, x > 31 digits, or if NVRAM is not installed or is not operational.
10.4
10.4.1
AT+ Command Set
+A8E=a,b,c,d,e,f - V.8 and V.8bis Operation Controls
This command is defined for two conditions: as a parameter while the modem is on-hook, and as an
action command while the modem is off-hook. If enabled, V.8 negotiation does not preclude
simultaneous implementation of other negotiation means (e.g., V.8bis, V.18, V.32bis Annex A).
This command is a compound parameter if issued while the modem is on-hook, used to precondition
V.8 and V.8bis originating and answering operation. It is issued by the DTE before the Dial (D) or
Answer (A) command, regardless of the state of the +FCLASS parameter.
This command is an action command if issued while the modem is off-hook, to (re)start V.8 or
V.8bis negotiation. For example, if initial V.8 negotiation failed, but subsequent T.30 negotiation
indicated V.8 capability, this command may be used to initiate V.8 negotiation.
Command: +A8E=a,b,c[,d][,e][,f]
a
Decimal number which enables/disables issuance of +A8 x indications during modemcontrolled V.8 origination negotiation.
1
Enable DCE-controlled V.8 origination negotiation without +A8x indications. (Default.)
6
Enable DCE-controlled V.8 origination negotiation with +A8x indications.
b
Decimal number which enables/disables issuance of +A8 x indications during modemcontrolled V.8 answer negotiation.
1
Enable DCE-controlled V.8 answer negotiation without +A8x indications. (Default.)
5
Enable DCE-controlled V.8 answer negotiation with +A8x indications.
C
Set the V.8 CI signal call function to the hexadecimal octet XY.
0
(Default.)
21
C1
d
Decimal number which enables/disables V.8bis negotiation.
0
Disable V.8bis negotiation.
1
Enable V.8bis negotiation. (Default.)
e
“<string of values>“. Applicable only for <v8a>=5. Not supported.
f
“<string of values>“. Applicable only for <v8a>=5. Not supported.
Default values: 1,1,00,1,0,0
The ATD and ATA commands behave as specified in V.250, and +A8n indications are not
generated by the modem.
For subparameter values <v8o>=6 and <v8a>=5, the +A8I indications are issued during the course
of the V.8 session to notify the DTE when the relevant V.8 signals are received.
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Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+A8E?
Response:
+A8E: a,b,c[,d][,e][,f]
Example:
+A8E: 1,1,00,1,0,0 For the defaults
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+A8E=?
Response:
+A8E: (a range),(b range), (maximum size of c in octets), (d range)
Example:
+A8E: (1,6),(1,5),(0,21,C1),(0,1)
10.4.2
+A8I:x,y - CI Signal Indication
This indication is issued by an answering modem, if +A8E,<v8a> 0, to indicate detection of a V.8
CI signal, and report the recovered Call Function octet(s).
Indication:
x
+A8I: x,y
A hexadecimal code octet representation of those Call Function octet(s). +A8I:0 indicates
that the modem timed out waiting for CI.
Example:
+A8I:0
The modem timed out waiting for CI.
+A8I:X
YYY
10.4.3
+DS = a,b,c,d - Data Compression
This extended-format compound parameter controls the V.42bis data compression function if
provided in the modem. It accepts four numeric subparameters:
Command: +DS=[a[,b[,c[,d]]]]
a
Specifies the desired direction(s) of operation of the data compression function; from the
DTE point of view.
0
Negotiated; no compression (V.42bis P0=0).
3
Both directions, accept any direction (V.42bis P0=11). (Default.)
b
Specifies whether or not the modem should continue to operate if the desired result is not
obtained.
0
Do not disconnect if V.42bis is not negotiated by the remote modem as specified in “a”.
c
Specifies the maximum number of dictionary entries (2048 entries) which should be
negotiated (may be used by the DTE to limit the codeword size transmitted, based on its
knowledge of the nature of the data to be transmitted).
d
Specifies the maximum string length (32 bytes) to be negotiated (V.42bis P2).
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+DS?
Response:
+DS: a,b,c,d
Example:
+DS: 3,0,2048,32 for the defaults and 2048 entry max dictionary.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
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Command:
+DS=?
Response:
+DS: (a range),(b range),(c range),(d range)
Example:
+DS: (0,3),(0),(2048),(32)
10.4.4
+DR=n - Data Compression Reporting
This extended-format numeric parameter controls whether or not the extended-format "+DR: "
intermediate result code is transmitted from the modem to the DTE.
S95 bit 5 is reset to 0 for +DR=0 and is set to a 1 for +DR=1. The more recent setting of +DR or
S95 bit 5, and the W command setting, determines the actual data compression result code reporting
(see S95 Parameter and W Command).
Command:
+DR=[n]
n
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option:
0
Data compression reporting disabled (no +DR result code transmitted).
1
Data compression reporting enabled (+DR result code transmitted). (Default.)
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+DR?
Response:
+DR: n
Example:
+DR: 1 For the default setting.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+DR=?
Response:
+DR: (n range)
Example:
+DR: (0,1)
+DR: n Intermediate Result Code
The +DR: n reported represents the current (negotiated or renegotiated) modem-modem data
compression type. If enabled, the intermediate result code is transmitted at the point after error
control negotiation (handshaking) at which the modem has determined which data compression
technique will be used (if any) and the direction of operation. The +DR intermediate result code, if
enabled, is issued after the Error Control Report (+ER) and before the final result code (e.g.,
CONNECT).
Result Code:
n
+DR: n
An alphanumeric code corresponding to the selected option:
NONE
Data compression is not in use.
V42B
V.42bis is in use in both directions.
ALT
MNP 5 compression.
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Example:
+DR: V42B
10.4.5
+EB=x,y,z - Break Handling in Error Control Operation
This extended-format compound parameter controls the break handling in V.42 operation. It accepts
three numeric subparameters:
Command: +EB=[x[,y[,z]]]
x
Decimal number 0 specifying that break is to be ignored, i.e., not signaled to remote DCE.
y
Decimal number 0 specifying that any transmitted V.42 L-SIGNAL will not indicate break
signal length.
Z
Decimal number 0 specifying that break is not delivered to the DTE.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+EB?
Response:
+EB: x,y,z<CR>
Example:
+EB: 0,0,0 For default settings.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+EB=?
Response:
+EB: (x range),(y range), (z range)
Example:
+EB: (0),(0),(0)
10.4.6
+EFCS=n - 32-bit Frame Check Sequence
This extended-format numeric parameter controls the use of the 16-bit or 32-bit frame check
sequence (FCS) option in V.42.
Command:
n
+EFCS=[n]
Decimal number 0 specifying the use of the 16-bit FCS specified in V.42.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+EFCS?
Response:
+EFCS: n
Example:
+EFCS: 0 For default setting.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+EFCS=?
Response:
+EFCS: (n range)
Example:
+EFCS: (0)
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10.4.7
+ER=n - Error Control Reporting
This extended-format numeric parameter controls whether or not the extended-format "+ER: "
intermediate result code is transmitted from the modem to the DTE.
S95 bit 3 is reset to 0 for +ER=0 and is set to a 1 for +ER=1. The more recent setting of +ER or S95
bit 3, and the W command setting, determines the actual error control result code reporting (see S95
Parameter and W Command).
Command:
+ER=[n]
n
A decimal number corresponding to the selected error control option:
0
Error control reporting disabled (no +ER intermediate result code transmitted). (Default.)
1
Error control reporting enabled (+ER intermediate result code transmitted).
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+ER?
Response:
+ER: n
Example:
+ER: 0 for the default setting
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+ER=?
Response:
+ER: (n range)
Example:
+ER: (0,1)
+ER: n
The +ER: n reported represents the current (negotiated or renegotiated) modem-modem error control
type. If enabled, the intermediate result code is transmitted at the point during error control
negotiation (handshaking) at which the modem has determined which error control protocol will be
used (if any), before the final result code (e.g., CONNECT) is transmitted. The format of this result
code is:
The +ER intermediate result code, if enabled, is issued after the Modulation report (+MCR and
+MRR) and before the Data Compression Report (+DR).
Command:
n
+ER: n
An alphanumeric code corresponding to the selected protocol.
NONE
Error control is not in use.
LAPM
V.42 LAPM protocol is in use.
ALT
MNP is in use.
Example:
+ER: LAPM
10.4.8
+ES=x,y,z - Error Control and Synchronous Mode Selection
This extended-format command specifies the initial requested mode of operation when the modem is
operating as the originator, optionally specifies the acceptable fallback mode of operation when the
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modem is operating as the originator, and optionally specifies the acceptable fallback mode of
operation when the modem is operating as the answerer. It accepts three numeric subparameters:
Command:
x
+ES=[x[,y[,z]]]
Decimal number which specifies the initial requested mode of operation when the modem is
operating as the originator. The options are:
0
Initiate call with Direct Mode.
1
Initiate call with Normal Mode (also referred to as Buffered Mode) only.
2
Initiate V.42 without Detection Phase. If V.8 is in use, disable V.42 Detection
3
Initiate V.42 with Detection Phase. (Default.)
4
Initiate MNP.
6
Initiate V.80 Synchronous Access Mode when connection is completed, and Data
State is entered. (See +ESA and +ITF commands.)
Phase.
7
Initiate Frame Tunneling Mode when connection is complete, and Data Mode is
entered.
y
z
Decimal number which specifies the acceptable fallback mode of operation when the
modem is operating as the originator.
0
LAPM, MNP, or Normal Mode error control optional. (Default.)
1
LAPM, MNP, or Direct Mode error control optional.
2
LAPM or MNP error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
3
LAPM error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
4
MNP error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
Decimal number which specifies the acceptable fallback mode of operation when the
modem is operating as the answerer or specifies V.80 Synchronous Access Mode.
0
Direct Mode.
1
Error control disabled, use Normal Mode.
2
LAPM, MNP, or Normal Mode error control optional. (Default.)
3
LAPM, MNP, or Direct Mode error control optional.
4
LAPM or MNP error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
5
LAPM error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
6
MNP error control required; disconnect if error control is not established.
8
Initiate V.80 Synchronous Access Mode when connection is completed, and Data
State is entered (see +ESA and +ITF commands).
9
Initiate Frame Tunneling Mode when connection is complete, and Data Mode is
entered.
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Examples:
+ES=6
Enable V.80 Synchronous Access Mode originator
+ES=,,8
Enable V.80 Synchronous Access Mode answerer
+ES=6,,8
Enable V.80 Synchronous Access Mode originator and answerer
+ES=3
Enable V.42 with Detection Phase originator. Disable V.80 Synchronous Access
Mode originator.
+ES=,,2
Allow LAPM, MNP, or Normal Mode connection answerer. Disable V.80
Synchronous Access Mode answerer.
+ES=3,,2
Enable V.42 with Detection Phase originator, allow LAPM, MNP, or Normal Mode
connection answer. Disable Synchronous Access Mode originator and answerer.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+ES?
Response:
+ES: x,y,z
Example:
+ES: 3,0,2
+ES: 6,0,8
For V.80 Synchronous Access Mode originator and answerer.
For default settings.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+ES=?
Response:
+ES: (x range),( y range), (z range)
Example:
+ES: (0-4,6,7),(0-4),(0-6,8,9)
10.4.9
+ESA=a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h - Configure Synchronous Access Submode
The operation of the Synchronous Access sub-Mode is configured by the +ESA parameter.
This extended-format compound parameter is used to control the manner of operation of the
Synchronous Access Mode in the modem. It accepts six numeric subparameters:
Command:
a
+ESA=[a[,b[,c[,d[,e[,f[,g[,h]]]]]]]]
Specifies the bit sequence transmitted by the modem when a transmit data buffer underrun
condition occurs, while operating in Transparent sub-Mode. The options are:
0
In Transparent sub-Mode, modem transmits 8-bit SYN sequence on idle. Modem
receiver does not hunt for synchronization sequence (default and fixed).
b
Specifies the bit sequence transmitted by the modem when a transmit data buffer underrun
condition occurs immediately after a flag, while operating in Framed sub-Mode. The options
are:
0
c
In Framed sub-Mode, modem transmits HDLC flags on idle (default and fixed).
Specifies the actions undertaken by the modem when a transmit data buffer underrun or
overrun condition occurs immediately after a non-flag octet, while operating in Framed subMode.
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0
In Framed sub-Mode, modem transmits abort on underrun in middle of frame
(default).
1
In Framed sub-Mode, DCE transmits a flag on underrun in middle of frame, and
notifies DTE of underrun or overrun.
d
Specifies whether or not, in V.34 half-duplex operation, additional procedures besides those
specified in § 12/V.34 shall be performed by the modem when switching from primary
channel to secondary channel operation, and vice versa. This subparameter should not be
commanded.
e
Specifies the CRC polynomial used while operating in Framed sub-Mode. The options are:
f
0
CRC generation and checking disabled (default).
1
In Framed sub-Mode, the 16-bit CRC is generated by the modem in the transmit
direction, and checked by the modem in the receive direction.
Specifies if Non Return to Zero Inverted (NRZI) encoding is to be used by the modem for
transmit and receive data. The options are:
0
g, h
NZRI encoding and decoding disabled (default and fixed).
Specifies the octet value(s) to be used while performing character-oriented framing, where g
is to be commanded to 255 (FFh); h is not to be commanded.
Reporting Selected Options
The modem reports the selected options in response to the following command:
Command:
+ESA?
Response:
+ESA:a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h
Example:
+ESA: 0,0,0, ,0,0,255, for the defaults.
Reporting Supported Options
The modem reports the supported options in response to the following command:
Command:
+ESA=?
Response:
+ESA: (list of supported a values), (list of supported b values),
(list of supported c values), (list of supported d values),
(list of supported e values), (list of supported f values),
(list of supported g values), (list of supported h values)
Example:
+ESA: (0),(0),(0-1), ,(0-1),(0),(255),
10.4.10
+ESR=n - Selective Repeat
This extended-format numeric parameter controls the use of the selective repeat (SREJ) option in
V.42.
Command:
+ESR=[n] Decimal number 0 specifying that SREJ is not used.
Example:
+ESR: (0) For default settings.
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10.4.11
+ETBM=x,y,z - Call Termination Buffer Management
This extended-format compound parameter controls the handling of data remaining in modem
buffers upon call termination. It accepts three numeric subparameters:
Command:
+ETBM=[x[,y[,z]]]
x
Decimal number 0 specifying that disconnect will occur immediately and all buffered
transmit data will be discarded when the local DTE requests call disconnection.
y
Decimal number 0 specifying that disconnect will occur immediately and all buffered
receive data will be discarded when the local DTE requests call disconnection.
Z
Decimal number 0 specifying that the modem will not attempt to deliver the buffered data
before abandoning the attempt and discarding remaining data.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+ETBM?
Response:
+ETBM: x,y,z
Example:
+ETBM: 0,0,0
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+ETBM=?
Response:
+ETBM: (x range),(y range), (y range)
Example:
+ETBM: (0),(0),(0)
10.4.12
+FCLASS=n - Select Active Service Class
This command selects the active service class.
+FCLASS=0
Select Data Mode (see Section 3) (Default.)
+FCLASS=1
Select Facsimile Class 1 Mode (see Section 4)
+FCLASS=1.0 Select Facsimile Class 1.0 Mode (see Section 4)
+FCLASS=2
Select Facsimile Class 2 Mode (see Section 5)
+FCLASS=8
Select Voice Mode (see Section 6)
+FCLASS=80 Select VoiceView Mode (see Section 6)
Result Codes:
OK
For n = 0, 1, 1.0, 2, 8, and 80.
ERROR
Otherwise.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+FCLASS?
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Response:
+FCLASS: n
Example:
+FCLASS: 0 For the default setting.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+FCLASS=?
Response:
+FCLASS: (n range)
Example:
+FCLASS: (0,1,1.0,2,8,80)
10.4.13
+GCAP - Request Complete Capabilities List
This extended-format command causes the modem to transmit one or more lines of information text
listing additional capabilities command +<name>s , which is intended to permit the user to identify
the overall capabilities of the modem. In particular, if the modem implements a particular modem
control standard that uses Extended Syntax Commands, and if that modem control standard includes
command(s) that indicate general capabilities, the +<names>(s) of those commands will be reported
to the modem in response to a +GCAP command.
Command:
+GCAP
Example Responses:
+GCAP: +FCLASS, +MS, +ES, +DS,
for a data modem that
supports all capabilities listed.
Where:
+FCLASS T.class1, +F (Class 1 Facsimile modem Control)
+MS +M commands (Modulation Control: +MS and +MR commands)
+ES +E commands (Error Control: +ES, +EB, +ER, +EFCS, +ETBM)
+DS +D commands (Data Compression: +DS and +DR)
10.4.14
+GCI=nn - Country of Installation
This extended syntax command selects and indicates the country of installation for the modem. This
parameter selects the settings for any operational parameters that need to be adjusted for national
regulations or telephone networks.
+GCI=nn
Where nn is the 8-bit country code from Annex A of T.35. The value is the hexadecimal equivalent
of the T.35 code, with bit 8 treated as the most significant bit and bit 1 treated as the least significant
bit.
The supported countries are:
Country
Code
Australia:
09h
Austria:
0Ah
Belgium:
0Fh
Bulgaria:
1Bh
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Canada:
20h
China:
26h
Czech and
Slovak Federal Republic:
2Eh
Denmark:
31h
Finland:
3Ch
France:
3Dh
Germany:
42h
Greece:
46h
Hong Kong:
50h
Hungary:
51h
India:
53h
Ireland:
57h
Israel:
58h
Italy:
59h
Japan:
00h
Korea:
61h
Luxembourg:
69h
Mexico:
73h
Netherlands:
7Bh
New Zealand:
7Eh
Norway:
82h
Philippines:
89h
Poland:
8Ah
Portugal:
8Bh
Russia:
B8h
Singapore:
9Ch
Spain:
A0h
Sweden:
A5h
Switzerland:
A6h
Taiwan:
FEh
United Kingdom:
B4h
United States:
B5h
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Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+GCI?
Response:
+GCI: nn
Example:
+GCI: 3D indicates that the modem is set for France.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+GCI=?
Response:
+GCI: (nn[,nn[,nn].......]]
Example:
+GCI: (20,73,B5) The modem can be set for Canada, Mexico or the United States.
10.4.15
+GMI - Request Manufacturer Identification
This command causes the modem to report the modem product manufacturer.
Command:
+GMI
Typical Response:
+GMI: ROCKWELL
OK
10.4.16
+GMM - Request Model Identification
This command causes the modem to report the modem product.
Command:
+GMM
Typical Response:
+GMM: V90
10.4.17
+GMR - Request Revision Identification
This command causes the modem to report the modem version, revision level or date. This is the
same as the I3 command.
Command:
+GMR
Typical Response:
+GMR: V3.001-V90_2M_DLS
OK
10.4.18
+IFC=n - DTE-Modem Local Flow Control
This extended-format compound parameter controls the operation of local flow control between the
DTE and the modem during the data state when V.42 error control is used, or when fallback to nonerror control mode is specified to include buffering and flow control. It accepts two numeric
subparameters.
Command: +IFC=[m[,n]]
m=
Specifies the method to be used by the DTE to control the flow of received data from the
modem.
0
None.
1
XON/XOFF on transmitted data (XON/XOFF on transmit data); do not pass
XON/XOFF characters to the remote modem.
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2
n=
Circuit 133 (Ready for Receiving). (Default.)
Specifies the method to be used by the modem to control the flow of transmitted data from
the DTE.
0
None.
1
XON/XOFF on received data.
2
CTS/RTS. (Default.)
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+IFC?
Response:
+IFC: m,n
Example:
+IFC: 2,2 for the defaults.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+IFC=?
Response:
+IFC: (m range),(n range)
Example:
+IFC: (0-2),(0-2)
10.4.19
+ILRR=n - DTE-Modem Local Rate Reporting
This extended-format numeric parameter controls whether or not the extended-format +ILRR:<rate>
information text is transmitted from the modem to the DTE.
Command:
+ILRR=n
0
Disables reporting of local port rate (+ILRR: is not transmitted). (Default.)
1
Enables reporting of local port rate (+ILRR: is transmitted).
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+ILRR?
Response:
+ILRR: n
Example:
+ILRR: 0 For the default setting
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+ILRR=?
Response:
+ILRR: (n range)
Example:
+ILRR: (0,1)
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10.4.20
+ILRR:m,n - DTE-Modem Local Reported Rate
The reported rate m, represents the current (negotiated or renegotiated) DTE-modem rate. If
enabled, the intermediate result code is transmitted after any modulation, error control or data
compression reports are transmitted, and before any final result code (e.g., CONNECT) is
transmitted. The rate m, is applied after the final result code is transmitted.
The DTE-modem port rate will change only if neither buffered mode nor error controlled means are
enabled (+ES=x,0) and if the negotiated carrier rate (+MRR) does not match the current DTEmodem port rate (autodetected from the previous command line).
Command: +ILRR: m[,n]
Defined Values
m
Decimal value representing the current (negotiated or renegotiated) DTE-modem rate:
0, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, or 230400
n
Optional decimal value reporting the RXD rate, if it is different from the TXD rate:
0, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, or 230400
Example:
+ILRR: 19200
10.4.21
+ IPR=n - Fixed DTE Rate
This numeric extended-format parameter specifies the data rate at which the modem will accept
commands during online operation. It may be used to select operation at rates at which the modem is
not capable of automatically detecting the data rate being used by the DTE. Specifying a value of 0
disables the function and allows operation only at rates automatically detectable by the modem. The
specified rate takes effect following the issuance of any result code(s) associated with the current
command line.
The <rate> specified does not apply in OnLine Data State if Normal Mode (Direct Mode) of
operation is selected.
Command:
+IPR=n
Where n specifies the DTE-modem interface operation rate in bits/s. The available rates are:
0, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, or 115200
If unspecified or set to 0, automatic detection is selected and the character format is also forced to
autodetect, +ICF=0.
If the rate specified is not supported by the modem, an ERROR result code will be returned.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+IPR?
Response:
+IPR: n
Example 1: +IPR: 0 for automatic rate detection.
Example 2: +IPR: 115200 for 115200 bps.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command: +IPR=?
Response: +IPR (n range)
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Example: +IPR: (0,300,1200,2400,4800,9600,19200,38400,57600,115200)
10.4.22
+ITF=a,b,c - Transmit Flow Control Thresholds
The +ITF command determines the flow control thresholds used by the modem for transmit data
from the DTE.
This optional compound parameter allows the DTE to determine the input buffer size in the modem
for data on circuit 103 (transmit data) from the DTE, to control the thresholds used for flow control
of such data, and to control how often the modem reports to the DTE the number of octets in this
buffer. The DTE can adjust its own thresholds for flow control of data on circuit 104 (received data)
from the modem.
Command:
a
+ITF=[a[,b[,c]]]
Determines the threshold, in octets, above which the modem will generate a flow off signal.
Applicable in Synchronous Access and Frame Tunneling modes. Default <off> value is 255.
For the a and b subparameters, the input buffer is assumed to reside between the modem’s
V.24 interface and the Synchronous Access protocol layer; i.e., the buffer count includes all
octets, including EM codes, received from the DTE, with the exception of DC1 and DC3 if
these are used to signal <modem-by-DTE> flow control.
The modem returns the ERROR result code if the DTE specifies that the <off>
subparameter be set to a value less than or equal to the <on> subparameter; in this case, the
current parameter value settings are not modified.
b
Determines the threshold, in octets, below which the modem will generate a flow on signal.
Applicable in Synchronous Access and Frame Tunneling modes. Default <on> value is 64.
c
Not supported. A fixed value of zero is used and reported.
Reporting Selected Options:
The modem sends a string of information text to the DTE consisting of selected options in response
to the following command:
Command:
+ITF?
Response:
+ITF: a,b,c
Example:
+ITF: 255,64,0 Default values
Reporting Supported Options:
The modem sends a string of information text to the DTE consisting of supported options in
response to the following command:
Command:
+ITF=?
Response:
values)
+ITF: (list of supported a values),(list of supported b values),(list of supported c
Example:
+ITF: (0-255),( 0-255),(0)
The maximum reported “a” value is the input transmit data buffer level at which the modem signals
a transmit data overrun indication to the DTE.
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10.4.23
+MR=n - Modulation Reporting Control
This extended-format numeric parameter controls whether or not the extended-format
+MCR:<carrier> and +MRR:<rate> intermediate result codes are transmitted from the modem to the
DTE. If enabled, +MCR:<carrier> and +MRR:<rate> intermediate result codes represent the current
(negotiated or renegotiated) modulation <carrier> and <rate> that are transmitted at the point during
connect negotiation (handshaking) at which the modem has determined which modulation and rate
will be used, i.e., before any Error Control or Data Compression reports are transmitted, and before
any final result code (e.g., CONNECT) is transmitted.
S95 bit 2 is reset to 0 for +MR=0 and is set to a 1 for +MR=1 or +MR=2. The more recent setting of
+MR or S95 bit 2, and the W command setting, determines modulation result code reporting (see
S95 Parameter and W Command).
Command: +MR=[n]
n
A decimal number corresponding to the selected option:
0
Disables reporting of modulation connection (+MCR: and +MRR: are not
transmitted). (Default.)
1
Enables reporting of modulation connection (+MCR: and +MRR: are transmitted
with tx rate, rx rate).
2
Enables reporting of modulation connection (+MCR: and +MRR: are transmitted
with rx rate only).
Reporting Current or Selected Values:
Command:
+MR?
Response:
+MR: n
Example:
+MR: 0 for default setting
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+MR=?
Response:
+MR: (n range)
Example:
+MR: (0-2)
+MCR: xxxx
Report Syntax
Response:
+MCR: xxxx
B103
Bell 103
B212
Bell 212
V21
V.21
V22
V.22
V22B
V.22bis
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V23C
V.23
V32
V.32
V32B
V.32bis
V34
V.34
V90
V.90
K56
K56flex
+MRR: m,n
Report Syntax
Response:
+MRR: m,n
m
Decimal transmit rate in bits/s.
n
Decimal receive rate in bits/s.
Example:
MRR: 28800, 48000
10.4.24
+MS - Select Modulation
This extended-format compound parameter controls the manner of operation of the modulation
capabilities in the modem. It accepts six subparameters:
Command
+MS=[<carrier>[,<automode>[,<min_tx_rate>[,<max_tx_rate>[,<min_rx_rate>[,<max_rx_rate>]]]]
]]
Where: Possible <carrier>, <min_tx_rate>, <max_tx_rate>, <min_rx_rate>, and <max_rx_rate
values are listed in the following table. (see definitions below).
Modulation
<carrier>
Possible (<min_rx_rate>, <min_rx_rate>,
(<min_tx_rate>), and <max_tx_rate>) Rates (bps)
Bell 103
Bell 212
V.21
V.22
V.22 bis
V.23
V.32
V.32 bis
V.34
B103
B212
V21
V22
V22B
V23C
V32
V32B
V34
300
1200 Rx/75 Tx or 75 Rx/1200 Tx
300
1200
2400 or 1200
1200
9600 or 4800
14400, 12000, 9600, 7200, or 4800
33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200,
16800, 14400, 12000, 9600, 7200, 4800, or 2400
V.90
V90
K56flex
K56
56000, 54667, 53333, 52000, 50667, 49333, 48000,
46667, 45333, 42667, 41333, 40000, 38667, 37333,
36000, 34667, 33333, 32000, 30667, 29333, 28000
56000, 54000, 52000, 50000, 48000, 46000, 44000,
42000, 40000, 38000, 36000, 34000, 32000
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Defined Values
<carrier>
A string which specifies the preferred modem carrier to use in originating or
answering a connection. <carrier> values are strings of up to eight characters,
consisting only of numeric digits and upper case letters. <carrier> values for ITU
standard modulations take the form: <letter><1-4 digits><other letters as needed>.
<automode>
A numeric value which enables or disables automatic modulation negotiation (e.g.,
ITU-T V.32 bis Annex A or V.8).
0 = Automode disabled.
1 = Automode enabled. (Default.)
<min_rx_rate> and
<max_rx_rate> Numeric values which specify the lowest (<min_rx_rate>) and highest
(<max_rx_rate>) rate at which the modem may establish a receive connection. May
be used to condition distinct limits for the receive direction as distinct from the
transmit direction. Values for this sub parameter are decimal encoded; in units of
bit/s. Actual values will be limited to possible values corresponding to the entered
<carrier> and fallback <carrier> as determined during operation. (Default = lowest
(<min_rx_rate>) and highest (<max_rx_rate>) rate supported by the selected
carrier.)
<min_tx_rate> and
<max_tx_rate> Numeric values which specify the lowest (<min_tx_rate>) and highest
(<max_tx_rate>) rate at which the modem may establish a transmit connection.
Non-zero values for this sub parameter are decimal encoded; in units of bit/s. Actual
values will be limited to possible values corresponding to the entered <carrier> and
fallback <carrier> as determined during operation. (Default = lowest
(<min_tx_rate>) and highest (<max_tx_rate>) rate supported by the selected
carrier.)
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+MS?
Response:
+MS:<carrier>,<automode>,<min_tx_rate>,<max_tx_rate>,
<min_rx_rate>,<max_rx_rate>
Note:
The current active settings are reported under control of the +MR parameter.
Example:
+MS: K56, 1,300,33600,300,56000 For default values. This example allows
maximum system flexibility to determine optimal receive and transmit rates during operation.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+MS=?
Response:
+MS: (<carrier>range),(<automode>range),(<min_tx_rate>range),
(<max_tx_rate> range),(<min_rx_rate> range), (<max_rx_rate> range)
Example:
+MS: (B103,B212,V21,V22,V22B,V23C,V32,V32B,V34,K56,V90),
(0,1),(300-33600),(300-33600),(300-56000),(300-56000)
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Result Code:
OK
Valid sub parameter string
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.4.25
+VCID=n - Caller ID (CID)
This command controls the reporting and presentation of data associated with the Caller ID services
in the Incoming Call Line ID (ICLID) data format.
+VCID=0
Disable Caller ID reporting. (Default).
+VCID=1
Enables Caller ID with formatted presentation to the DTE. The modem will present
the data items in a <Tag><Value> pair format. The expected pairs are date, time, name, and caller
code (telephone number), +VCID=2 Enables Caller ID with unformatted presentation to the DTE.
Reporting Current or Selected Values
Command:
+VCID?
Response:
+VCID: n
Example:
+VCID: 0 For the default setting.
Reporting Supported Range of Parameter Values
Command:
+VCID=?
Response:
+VCID: (n range)
Example:
+VCID: (0-2)
10.5
AT- Command Set
-Kn – MNP 10 Extended Services
10.5.1
Enables or disables conversion of a V.42 LAPM connection to an MNP 10 connection. The
parameter value, if valid, is written to S40 bits 0 and 1.
-K0
Disables V.42 LAPM to MNP 10 conversion. (Default.)
-K1
Enables V.42 LAPM to MNP 10 conversion.
-K2
Enables V.42 LAPM to MNP 10 conversion; inhibits MNP Extended Services initiation
during V.42 LAPM answer mode detection phase.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 to 2.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.5.2
-SMS=n - Select Mode
Selects Data mode, AudioSpan (analog simultaneous voice and data), or DSVD (digital
simultaneous voice and data) or enables automatic mode selection. The x parameter selects the
mode.
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Command: -SMS<mode>
Defined Values
n
Decimal number corresponding to the selected mode or automatic mode select enable.
0
Data mode (Default)
1
DSVD mode (a modem not supporting DSVD will respond with ERROR)
2
AudioSpan mode (a modem not supporting AudioSpan will respond with ERROR).
3
Automatic mode select (DSVD/AudioSpan/Data)
NOTES:
AudioSpan and DSVD are two technologies that allow simultaneous voice and data operation using
a Rockwell modem connected to a telephone line. AudioSpan and DSVD implementations differ in
the manner that voice and modem data are combined. Voice and data channels are combined in the
analog domain for AudioSpan and in the digital domain for DSVD.
Establishing a AudioSpan or DSVD connection is analogous to establishing a regular data modem
connection. Initiate the call using normal dialing (ATD) and answering (ATA) procedures. The
modem can switch from a regular phone conversation into AudioSpan or DSVD mode and back to
phone conversation. A handset, headset, or microphone/speaker can be used for voice
communication during AudioSpan or DSVD mode.
AudioSpan operates in normal (non-error corrected) or error-corrected/compression mode (MNP 5
or V.42 bis depending on the error correction settings of the modems). The DTE rate must be equal
to or greater than the anticipated DCE connection speed. In general, DTE speed of 38400 bps or
higher should be used.
DSVD requires a V.34 mode connection.
AudioSpan audio quality is dependent upon telephone line quality. Higher quality telephone lines
provide better audio quality than impaired telephone lines.
Reporting Selected Options:
The modem reports the selected options in response to the following command:
Command:
-SMS?
Response:
n
Example:
1
Reporting Supported Options:
The modem reports the supported options in response to the following command:
Command:
-SMS=?
Response:
(list of n values)
Example:
(0,1,2,3)
10.5.3
–STE=n - Set Telephony Extension
This command enables/disables Line-In-Use and Extension Pickup/Remote Hangup Detection.
Command:
-STE=<value>
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n
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
Disables Line-In-Use and Extension Pickup/Remote Hangup Detection. (Default.)
3
Enables Line-In-Use and disables Extension Pickup/Remote Hangup Detection.
4
Disables Line-In-Use and enables Extension Pickup/Remote Hangup Detection.
5
Enables both Line-In-Use and Extension Pickup/Remote Hangup Detection.
Result Codes
OK
n = 0-3.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.6
AT\ Command Set
10.6.1
\Bn - Transmit Break to Remote
In non-error correction mode, the modem will transmit a break signal to the remote modem with a
length in multiples of 100 ms according to parameter specified. If a number in excess of 9 is entered,
9 is used. The command works in conjunction with the \K command.
In error correction mode, the modem will signal a break through the active error correction protocol,
giving no indication of the length.
Command:
n
\Bn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
1-9
Break length in 100 ms units. (Default = 3.) (Non-error corrected mode only.)
Result Codes
OK
If connected in data modem mode.
NO CARRIER If not connected or connected in fax modem mode.
Note:
When the modem receives a break from the remote modem, break is passed to the DTE as
follows: In non-error correction mode direct, the break length is passed; in non-error
correction mode normal and in error correction mode, a 300 ms break is passed.
10.6.2
\Kn - Break Control
Controls the response of the modem to a break received from the DTE or the remote modem or the
\B command. The parameter value, if valid, is written to S40 bits 3, 4, and 5.
Command:
n
\Kn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
The response is different in three separate states.
The first state is where the modem receives a break from the DTE when the modem is
operating in data transfer mode:
0
Enter on-line command mode, no break sent to the remote modem.
1
Clear data buffers and send break to remote modem.
2
Same as 0.
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3
Send break to remote modem immediately.
4
Same as 0.
5
Send break to remote modem in sequence with transmitted data. (Default.)
The second case is where the modem is in the on-line command state (waiting for AT
commands) during a data connection, and the \B is received in order to send a break to the
remote modem:
0
Clear data buffers and send break to remote modem.
1
Clear data buffers and send break to remote modem. (Same as 0.)
2
Send break to remote modem immediately.
3
Send break to remote modem immediately. (Same as 2.)
4
Send break to remote modem in sequence with data.
5
Send break to remote modem in sequence with data. (Same as 4.) (Default.)
The third case is where a break is received from a remote modem during a non-error
corrected connection:
0
Clears data buffers and sends break to the DTE.
1
Clears data buffers and sends break to the DTE. (Same as 0.)
2
Send a break immediately to DTE.
3
Send a break immediately to DTE. (Same as 2.)
4
Send a break in sequence with received data to DTE.
5
Send a break in sequence with received data to DTE. (Same as 4.) (Default.)
Result Codes
OK
0 to 5.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.6.3
\Nn - Operating Mode
This command controls the preferred error correcting mode to be negotiated in a subsequent data
connection. This command is affected by the OEM firmware configuration.
Command:
n
\Nn
Decimal number which corresponds to the selected mode.
0
Selects normal speed buffered mode (disables error-correction mode). (Forces
&Q6.)
1
Serial interface selected - Selects direct mode and is equivalent to &M0, &Q0 mode
of operation. (Forces &Q0.)
Parallel interface selected - Same as \N0.
2
Selects reliable (error-correction) mode. The modem will first attempt a LAPM
connection and then an MNP connection. Failure to make a reliable connection
results in the modem hanging up. (Forces &Q5, S36=4, and S48=7.)
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3
Selects auto reliable mode. This operates the same as \N2 except failure to make a
reliable connection results in the modem falling back to the speed buffered normal
mode. (Forces &Q5, S36=7, and S48=7.)
4
Selects LAPM error-correction mode. Failure to make an LAPM error-correction
connection results in the modem hanging up. (Forces &Q5 and S48=0.) Note: The K1 command can override the \N4 command.
5
Selects MNP error-correction mode. Failure to make an MNP error-correction
connection results in the modem hanging up. (Forces &Q5, S36=4, and S48=128.)
Result Codes
OK
n = 0 to 5.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.6.4
\Vn - Single Line Connect Message Enable
This command enables or disables the single line connect message format as follows:
Command:
n
\Vn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
Connect messages are controlled by the command settings X, W, and S95.
1
Connect messages are displayed in the single line format described below subject to
the command settings V (Verbose) and Q (Quiet). In Non-Verbose mode (V0),
single line connect messages are disabled and a single numeric result code is
generated for CONNECT DTE.
When single line connect messages are enabled, there are no CARRIER, PROTOCOL (+ER:), or
COMPRESSION (+DR:) messages apart from the fields described below.
The single line connect message format is:
CONNECT <DTE Speed></Modulation></Protocol></Compression></Line
Speed>/<Voice and Data>
where:
<DTE Speed> =
DTE speed, e.g., 57600.
Modulation =
“V90” for V.90 modulation.
“K56” for K56flex modulation.
“V34” for V.34 modulation.
“V32” for V.32 or V.32bis modulation.
NOTE: Modulation is omitted for all other modulations.
Protocol =
“NONE” for no protocol.
“ALT” for Microcom Network Protocol.
“LAPM” for LAP-M protocol.
Compression =
“ALT” for Microcom MNP5 compression.
“V42B” for V.42bis compression.
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NOTE: Compression is omitted if protocol is NONE.
Line Speed =
Asymmetric rates are displayed as /rate:TX/rate:RX, e.g., /1200
TX/75 RX.
Symmetric rates are displayed as a single DCE rate, e.g., 14400.
Voice and Data =
Blank for Data mode only.
“SVD” for AudioSpan analog simultaneous audio/voice and data.
“DSVD” for digital simultaneous voice and data
“V70” for G.729A digital simultaneous voice and data.
10.7
AT% Command Set
10.7.1
%7 - Plug and Play Serial Number
Sets and stores eight serial numbers in hex format used for serial Plug and Play and for ISA Plug
and Play which use the Rockwell 11596 Plug and Play device. Applicable to Desktop configuration
only.
Command:
%7<8 hex numbers><same 8 hex numbers>
Example:
%7<8 hex numbers><same 8 hex numbers>
Result Codes:
OK
<8 hex numbers><same 8 hex numbers>
ERROR
Otherwise
To display the stored serial number, issue AT"?<cr>.
10.7.2
%8 - Plug and Play Vendor ID and Product Number
Sets and stores Vendor ID and product number for serial Plug and Play and for ISA Plug and Play
which use the Rockwell 11596 Plug and Play device. Applicable to Desktop configuration only.
Command:
&8<3 ASCII characters><4 hex numbers><same 3 ASCII characters><same 4 hex
numbers><cr>
Example:
%8<3 ASCII characters><4 hex numbers><same 3 ASCII characters><same 4 hex
numbers><cr>
Result Codes:
OK
numbers>
<3 ASCII characters><4 hex numbers><same 3 ASCII characters><same 4 hex
ERROR
Otherwise
10.7.3
%Cn - Enable/Disable Data Compression
Enables or disables data compression negotiation. The modem can only perform data compression
on an error corrected link.
The parameter value, if valid, is written to S41 bits 0 and 1.
Command:
n
%Cn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
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0
Disables data compression. Resets S46 bit 1.
1
Enables MNP 5 data compression negotiation. Resets S46 bit 1.
2
Enables V.42 bis data compression. Sets S46 bit 1.
3
Enables both V.42 bis and MNP 5 data compression. Sets S46 bit 1. (Default.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0, 1, 2, or 3.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.7.4
%En- Enable/Disable Line Quality Monitor and Auto-Retrain or
Fallback/Fall Forward
Controls whether or not the modem will automatically monitor the line quality and request a retrain
(%E1) or fall back when line quality is insufficient or fall forward when line quality is sufficient
(%E2). The parameter value, if valid, is written to S41 bits 2 and 6.
If enabled, the modem attempts to retrain for a maximum of 30 seconds.
Command:
n
%En
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
Disable line quality monitor and auto-retrain.
1
Enable line quality monitor and auto-retrain.
2
Enable line quality monitor and fallback/fall forward. (Default.)
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0, 1, or 2.
ERROR
Otherwise.
Fallback/Fall Forward
When %E2 is active, the modem monitors the line quality (EQM). When line quality is insufficient,
the modem will initiate a rate renegotiation to a lower speed within the V.34/V.32 bis/V.32 (RC336)
modulation speeds. The modem will keep falling back within the current modulation if necessary
until the speed reaches 2400 bps (V.34) or 4800 bps (V.32). Below this rate, the modem will only do
retrains if EQM thresholds are exceeded. If the EQM is sufficient for at least one minute, the modem
will initiate a rate renegotiation to a higher speed within the current modulation speeds. The rate
renegotiations will be done without a retrain if a V.32 bis connection is established.
Speeds attempted during fallback/fall forward are those shown to be available in the rate sequences
exchanged during the initial connection. Fallback/fall forward is available in error correction and
normal modes, but not in direct mode or synchronous mode with external clocks.
10.7.5
%L - Report Line Signal Level
Returns a value, which indicates the received signal, level. The value returned is a direct indication
(DAA dependent) of the receive level at the MDP, not at the telephone line connector. For example,
009 = -9 dBm, 043 = -43 dBm, and so on.
Result Codes:
OK
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10.7.6
%Q - Report Line Signal Quality
Reports the line signal quality (DAA dependent). Returns the higher order byte of the EQM value.
Based on the EQM value, retrain or fallback/fall forward may be initiated if enabled by %E1 or
%E2.
Command:
AT%Q
Response:
015
Result Codes:
OK
If connected.
ERROR
If not connected, or connected in 300 bps, V.23, or fax modes.
10.7.7
%Un - Select µ-Law or A-Law Codec Type
This command selects µ-Law or A-Law codec type for V.90 and K56flex modulation. This
command also stores the selected setting directly to NVRAM. The default value is country specific.
Command:
n
%Un
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
Selects µ-Law.
1
Selects A-Law.
Result Codes:
OK
n = 0 or 1
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.8
10.8.1
AT* Command Set
**- Load Flash Memory
The linear flash memory uploader allows flash memory connected to the modem external memory
bus to be upgraded with revised modem firmware. This process transfers (uploads) the upgraded
modem firmware (data) from the host computer to the modem which transfers the data to the flash
memory device. The linear flash memory downloader allows the flash memory connected to the
modem external memory bus to read and saved. This process transfers (downloads) the current
modem firmware (data) to the host computer. Uploading new firmware to the flash memory or
downloading existing firmware from the flash memory device is a two-step process.
1. When the AT** command is issued, the modem firmware boot loader is invoked and the
user will first load a flash load module (FLM) into the modem's RAM. If the user wishes to
upload new firmware to the modem, he should load the uploader FLM. If the user wishes to
download existing firmware from the modem, he should load the downloader FLM. In either
case, the data transfer is done via an ASCII transfer. The FLM contains the programming
algorithm for the flash memory device being programmed and any messages that may be
sent during the load process.
2. If the user wishes to upload new firmware to the modem, then he will then load the new
modem firmware which the uploader FLM will then program into the flash memory device.
This transfer is done via XMODEM transfer. If the user wishes to download existing
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firmware from the modem, then he will set up the host PC for XMODEM receive and the
downloader FLM will begin to send the existing firmware from the flash memory to the host
PC.
Procedure::
1. Install in the modem a flash memory programmed with the modem firmware or a blank flash
memory.
2. Put the uploader FLM and downloader FLM files and the new modem firmware file (e.g.,
XmUL003.s37, XmDL003.s37, and 206s4712.S37) in an appropriate directory on the
computer's hard disk.
3. Configure the communications application program for a DTE rate of between 9600 bps and
115200 bps and RTS/CTS flow control.
4. Check the modem for response by typing AT.
5. Initiate the download process using the AT** command. The Download flash code…"
message appears upon issuing the AT** command.
6. Perform an ASCII transfer of the FLM file (e.g., XmUL003.s37 for uploading new firmware
to the modem or XmDL003.s37 for downloading existing firmware from the modem) from
the host computer to the modem RAM using an industry standard communications software
or an equivalent process (ensure that all ASCII translation or pacing is turned off).
7. After the FLM has been loaded, if uploading new firmware to the modem, perform an
XMODEM upload of the new modem firmware hex file (e.g., 206s4712.S37) from the host
computer to the modem RAM using an industry standard communications software or an
equivalent process. If downloading existing firmware from the modem, using an industry
standard communications software or equivalent, put the host PC in XMODEM receive
mode.
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The following messages may occur during the uploading process:
Message
Description
Device not supported
Displayed if the FLM used does not support the flash
memory that is installed on the board.
Wrong S37 format
Displayed if the modem firmware being uploaded is not in
Motorola S3 format.
Record error
Displayed if there is an error while either uploading or
downloading. If this occurs, the transfer should be aborted,
and the user should restart at step 5.
Download abort
Displayed if the transfer is aborted before it is finished. If
this occurs, the user should restart at step 5.
Erase fail
Displayed if the FLM is unable to erase the flash memory.
If this occurs, the user should restart at step 5.
Download error, Re-Load
Displayed if there was an error when uploading or
downloading. If this occurs, the user should restart at step
5.
Error, No H/W flow ctl
Displayed if RTS-CTS flow control is not set. If this occurs,
the user should restart at step 3.
DTE timeout
Displayed if the DTE has stopped the XMODEM transfer
process before it is finished. If this
occurs, the user should restart at step 5.
Code doesn’t match
hardware
Displayed if the user is attempting to upload a firmware
that either not the same model (parallel, serial, etc.),
crystal frequency, or size (1Mbit, 2Mbit, etc.) as the
firmware that is currently on the board. If this occurs, the
FLM will abort and not allow the user to continue.
Device successfully
programmed
Displayed by the FLM at the completion of a successful
upload or download then the modem will do a cold start.
The uploader and downloader flash load modules (FLM) have several built in safety mechanisms to
reduce the risk of a failed flash upload/download. The FLM will not allow a user to upload a
firmware of different model (serial, parallel, etc.) or crystal speed than what is currently in the flash
memory. Also, it will not allow the user to upload a firmware that is larger in size than the flash
memory itself (e.g., a 2Mbit firmware onto a 1Mbit flash memory). It will, however, allow the user
to upload a firmware that is smaller in size than the flash memory, and it will program the firmware
with the appropriate offset in order for the firmware to function properly. In the instance that there is
a failure during the download or upload process, the modem will be in a “flash rescue mode”. In this
mode, the modem will respond “OK” to all AT commands, but will only take action on the AT**
command, so a new attempt to upload or download can be initiated. When the modem is in the
“flash rescue mode” it will only be able to respond to AT commands if the DTE rate has not been
changed since the last AT** command was successfully issued, even if the modem is powered off
and on.
10.8.2
*B - Display Blacklisted Numbers
This command requests the modem to return a list of blacklisted numbers to the DTE. The format of
the response is shown by the example below. Permanently forbidden numbers as defined by country
requirements will not appear on this list. If no numbers are blacklisted, only the OK result code is
issued.
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Command:
*B
Example:
NO.
- PHONE NUMBER -
------
------------------------------
1;
4175537660
2;
8288924961
3;
3887278862
4;
3124839442
5;
6284664
OK
10.8.3
*D - Display Delayed Numbers
This command causes the modem to send a list of the delayed numbers together with the delay
associated with each. The modem will return a list of delayed telephone numbers as defined in the
*B command. The format of the response is shown by the example below (delay times are shown as
hours:minutes:seconds). If no numbers are delayed, only the OK result code is issued.
Command:
*D
Example:
NO.
- PHONE NUMBER
-DELAY
------
--------------------------
----------------
1;
8264734660
2:00:00
2;
7532634661
2:00:00
3;
2587334662
0:02:00
4;
7532651663
0:03:25
5;
7459931664
0:01:45
OK
10.9
AT) Command Set
10.9.1
)Mn - Enable Cellular Power Level Adjustment
This command is included for compatibility only and has no effect other than returning a result
code.
Command:
n
)Mn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
)M0 command.
1
)M1 command.
2
)M2 command.
Result Codes:
OK
0 to 2.
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ERROR
10.10
Otherwise.
At@ Command Set
10.10.1
@Mn - Initial Cellular Power Level Setting
This command is included for compatibility only and has no effect other than returning a result
code.
Command:
n
@Mn
Decimal number corresponding to the selected power setting.
0
@M0 command.
.
.
.
30
@M30 command.
Result Codes:
OK
0 to 30.
ERROR
Otherwise.
10.11
AT: Command Set
10.11.1
:En - Compromise Equalizer Enable Command
This command is included for compatibility only and has no effect other than returning a result
code.
Command:
n
:En
Decimal number corresponding to the selected option.
0
:E0 command.
1
:E1 command.
Result Codes:
OK
0 or 1.
ERROR
Otherwise.
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11
Modem S-Registers
The modem S-Registers are summarized below along with their default values; registers denoted
with an '*' may be stored in one of the two user profiles by entering the &Wn command. One of
these profiles may be loaded at any time by using the Zn command. Registers or register fields
quoted as “reserved” are reserved for current or future use by the firmware, or are permanently
overridden by PTT limitations.
All bit-mapped registers are read-only. The appropriate AT command which controls the relevant
bits in the S-Register should be used to change the value.
The factory default values are stored in ROM and are loaded into the active configuration at power
up or by the ATZn command. In addition, the designated default profile is subsequently loaded, and
may change some of the factory default values. The designated default profile can be changed by
entering the &Yn command where n is one of the two possible user profiles.
The defaults shown are those used by the modem in factory profiles zero and one. The factory
default values may be loaded at any time by entering the &Fn command.
11.1
S0 - Number of Rings to Auto-Answer
Sets the number of the rings required before the modem automatically answers a call. Setting this
register to zero disables auto-answer mode.
Range: 0-255 rings
Default: 0
11.2
S1 - Ring Counter
S1 is incremented each time the modem detects a ring signal on the telephone line. S1 is cleared if
no rings occur over an eight second interval.
Range: 0-255 rings
Default: 0
11.3
S2 - Escape Character
S2 holds the decimal value of the ASCII character used as the escape character. The default value
corresponds to an ASCII '+'. A value over 127 disables the escape process, i.e., no escape character
will be recognized.
Range: 0-255, ASCII decimal
Default: 43 (+)
11.4
S3 - Carriage Return Character
Sets the command line and result code terminator character. Pertains to asynchronous operation
only.
Range: 0-127, ASCII decimal
Default: 13 (Carriage Return)
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11.5
S4 - Line Feed Character
Sets the character recognized as a line feed. Pertains to asynchronous operation only. The Line Feed
control character is output after the Carriage Return control character if verbose result codes are
used.
Range: 0-127, ASCII decimal
Default: 10 (Line Feed)
11.6
S5 - Backspace Character
S5 sets the character recognized as a backspace. Pertains to asynchronous operation only. The
modem will not recognize the Backspace character if it is set to a value that is greater than 32
ASCII. This character can be used to edit a command line. When the echo command is enabled, the
modem echoes back to the local DTE the Backspace character, an ASCII space character and a
second Backspace character; this means a total of three characters are transmitted each time the
modem processes the Backspace character.
Range: 0-32, ASCII decimal
Default: 8 (Backspace)
11.7
S6 - Wait Time before Blind Dialing or for Dial Tone
S6 operation is country dependent.
1.
Sets the length of time, in seconds, that the modem will wait before starting to dial after
going off-hook when blind dialing. This operation, however, may be affected by some ATX
options according to country restrictions. The “Wait for Dial Tone” call progress feature (W
dial modifier in the dial string) will override the value in register S6. (US models.)
2.
Sets the length of time, in seconds, that the modem will wait for dial tone when
encountering a “W” dial modifier before returning NO DIAL TONE result code. (W class.)
The modem always pauses for a minimum of 2 seconds, even if the value of S6 is less than 2
seconds.
Range: 2-255 seconds
Default: 2
11.8
S7 - Wait Time for Carrier, Silence, or Dial Tone
S7operation is country dependent.
1.
Sets the length of time, in seconds, that the modem will wait for carrier before hanging up.
The timer is started when the modem finishes dialing (originate), or 2 seconds after going
off-hook (answer). In originate mode, the timer is reset upon detection of answer tone if
allowed by country restrictions.
2.
Sets the length of time, in seconds, that modem will wait for silence when encountering the
@ dial modifier before continuing with the next dial string parameter.
3.
Sets the length of time, in seconds, that the modem will wait for dial tone when
encountering a “W” dial modifier before continuing with the next dial string parameter. (US
models.)
Range: 1-255 seconds
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Default: 50
11.9
S8 - Pause Time For Dial Delay
S8 sets the time, in seconds, that the modem must pause when the “,” dial modifier is encountered in
the dial string.
Range: 0-255 seconds
Default: 2
11.10
S9 - Carrier Detect Response Time
S9 is supported for backwards compatibility only. No value can be written. Responds with default
value.
Range: 6 tenths of a second
Default: 6 (0.6 second)
11.11
S10 - Lost Carrier To Hang Up Delay
S10 sets the length of time, in tenths of a second, that the modem waits before hanging up after a
loss of carrier. This allows for a temporary carrier loss without causing the local modem to
disconnect. When register S10 is set to 255, the modem functions as if a carrier is always present.
The actual interval the modem waits before disconnecting is the value in register S10 minus the
value in register S9. Therefore, the S10 value must be greater than the S9 value or else the modem
disconnects before it recognizes the carrier.
Range: 1-255 tenths of a second
Default: 14 (1.4 seconds)
Note:
11.12
For Call Waiting detection, if the modem is set to US country code and S10 >=16, then the
modem will detect the Call Waiting tone and hang-up the line. If S10 <16, the modem will
not detect Call Waiting tone.
S11 - DTMF Tone Duration
S11 operation is country dependent.
1.
For US models, S11 sets the duration of tones in DTMF dialing (has no effect on pulse
dialing).
2.
For W-class models, S11 is a country parameter loaded by ConfigurACE.
Range: 50-255 milliseconds
Default: 95 (95 milliseconds)
11.13
S12 - Escape Prompt Delay (EPD)
S12 defines the maximum period, in fiftieths of a second, allowed between receipt of the last
character of the three escape character sequence from the DTE and sending of the OK result code to
the DTE. If any characters are detected during this time, the OK will not be sent. Sending of the OK
result code does not affect entry into command mode.
Range: 0-255 1/50 of a second
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Default: 50 (1 second)
11.14
S14 - General Bit Mapped Options Status
Indicates the status of command options.
Default: 138 (8Ah) (10001010b)
Bit 0
This bit is ignored.
Bit 1
Command echo (En)
0 = Disabled (E0)
1 = Enabled (E1) (Default.)
Bit 2
Quiet mode (Qn)
0 = Send result codes (Q0) (Default.)
1 = Do not send result codes (Q1)
Bit 3
Result codes (Vn)
0 = Numeric (V0)
1 = Verbose (V1) (Default.)
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 5
Tone (T)/Pulse (P)
0 = Tone (T) (Default.)
1 = Pulse (P)
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 7
Originate/Answer
0 = Answer
1 = Originate (Default.)
11.15
S16 - Test Mode Bit Mapped Options Status
S16 indicates the test in progress status.
Default: 0
Bit 0
Local analog loopback
0 = Disabled (Default.)
1 = Enabled (&T1)
Bits 1-7
11.16
Not used
S19 - Reserved
S19 is supported for backwards compatibility only. No value can be written. Responds with default
value.
Range: None
Default: 0
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11.17
S20 - Reserved
S20 is supported for backwards compatibility only. No value can be written. Responds with default
value.
Range: None
Default: 0
11.18
S21 - V.24/General Bit Mapped Options Status
S21 indicates the status of command options.
Default:
52 (34h) (00110100b)
Bits 0 - 1 Reserved (0)
Bit 2
CTS behavior (&Rn)
0 = CTS tracks RTS (&R0)
1 = CTS always on (&R1) (Default.)
Bits 3-4 DTR behavior (&Dn)
0 = &D0 selected
1 = &D1 selected
2 = &D2 selected (Default.)
3 = &D3 selected
Bit 5
RLSD (DCD) behavior (&Cn)
0 = &C0 selected
1 = &C1 selected (Default.)
Bit 6
DSR behavior (&Sn)
0 = &S0 selected (Default.)
1 = &S1 selected
Bit 7
Long space disconnect (Yn)
0 = Y0 (Default.)
1 = Y1
11.19
S22 - Speaker/Results Bit Mapped Options Status
S22 indicates the status of command options.
Default: 117 (75h) (01110101b)
Bits 0-1 Speaker volume (Ln)
0 = Off (L0)
1 = Low (L1) (Default.)
2 = Medium (L2)
3 = High (L3)
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Bits 2-3 Speaker control (Mn)
0 = Disabled (M0)
1 = Off on carrier (M1) (Default.)
2 = Always on (M2)
3 = On during handshake (M3)
Bits 4-6 Limit result codes (Xn)
0 = X0
4 = X1
5 = X2
6 = X3
7 = X4 (Default.)
Bit 7 Reserved
11.20
S23 - General Bit Mapped Options Status
S23 indicates the status of command options.
Default: 0
Bits 0-6
Not used
Bits 6-7
Guard tone (&Gn)
0 = None (&G0) (Default.)
1 = None (&G1)
2 = 1800 Hz (&G2)
11.21
S24 - Sleep Inactivity Timer
S24 sets the length of time, in seconds, that the modem will operate in normal mode with no
detected telephone line or DTE line activity before entering low-power sleep mode. The timer is
reset upon any DTE line or telephone line activity. If the S24 value is zero, neither DTE line nor
telephone inactivity will cause the modem to enter the sleep mode.
Range: 0-255 seconds
Default: 0
11.22
S25 - Delay To DTR off
S25 sets the length of time that the modem will ignore DTR for taking the action specified by &Dn.
Its units are seconds for synchronous modes and one hundredths of a second for other modes.
Range: 0-255 (1 second for synchronous modes 1; 0.01 second otherwise)
Default: 5
11.23
S26 - RTS to CTS Delay
S26 sets the time delay, in hundredths of a second, before the modem turns CTS ON after detecting
an OFF-to-ON transition on RTS when &R0 is commanded. Pertains to synchronous operation only.
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Range: 0-255 hundredths of a second
Default: 1
11.24
S27 - Bit Mapped Options Status
S27 indicates the status of command options.
Default: 73 (49h) (01001001b)
Bits 0,1,3 Synchronous/asynchronous selection (&Mn/&Qn)
3
1
0
0
0
0
= &M0 or &Q0
0
0
1
= &M1 or &Q1
0
1
0
= &M2 or &Q2
0
1
1
= &M3 or &Q3
1
0
0
= Reserved
1
0
1
= &Q5 (Default.)
1
1
0
= &Q6
Bit 2
Leased line control (&Ln)
0 = Dial up line (&L0) (Default.)
Bits 4 - 5
Internal clock select (&Xn)
0 = Internal clock (&X0) (Default.)
1 = External clock (&X1)
2 = Slave clock (&X2)
Bit 6
CCITT/Bell mode select (Bn)
0 = CCITT mode (B0)
1 = Bell mode (B1) (Default.)
Bit 7 - Reserved
11.25
S28 - Bit Mapped Options Status
S28 indicates bit mapped options status.
Default: 0
Bits 0 - 1
Reserved
Bit 2
Reserved (always 0).
Bits 3 - 4
Pulse dialing (&Pn)
0 = 39%-61% make/break ratio at 10 pulses per second (&P0) (Default.)
1 = 33%-67% make/break ratio at 10 pulses per second (&P1)
2 = 39%-61% make/break ratio at 20 pulses per second (&P2)
3 = 33%-67% make/break ratio at 20 pulses per second (&P3)
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Bit 5-7 Reserved
11.26
S29 - Flash Dial Modifier Time
S29 sets the length of time, in units of 10 ms, that the modem will go on-hook when it encounters
the flash (!) dial modifier in the dial string. The time can be limited as it is a country dependent
parameter.
Range: 0-255 10 ms intervals
Default: 70 (700 ms)
11.27
S30 - Disconnect Inactivity Timer
S30 sets the length of time, in tens of seconds, that the modem will stay online before disconnecting
when no data is sent or received. In error-correction mode, any data transmitted or received will
reset the timer. In other modes, any data transmitted will reset the timer. The timer is inoperative in
synchronous mode.
Range: 0-255 tens of seconds (0-2550 seconds)
Default: 0 (disabled)
11.28
S31 - Bit Mapped Options Status
S31 indicates bit mapped options status.
Default: 192 (C0h) (11000000b)
Bit 0
Single line connect message enable/disable (\Vn)
0 = Messages controlled by S95, Wn and Vn (\V0) (Default)
1 = Single line connect message (\V1)
Bit 1
Reserved (0)
Bits 2-3 Error correction progress messages (Wn)
0 = DTE speed only (W0) (Default)
1 = Full reporting (W1)
2 = DCE (line) speed only (W2)
Bits 4-5 Caller ID (#CID)
0 = Caller ID disabled (#CID=0) (Default)
1 = Short (formatted) Caller ID enabled (#CID=1)
2 = Long (unformatted) Caller ID enabled (#CID=2)
Bits 6-7 Reserved (Default = 11b)
11.29
S36 - LAPM Failure Control
Default: 7 (00000111b)
Bits 0-2
This value indicates what should happen upon a LAPM failure. These fallback
options are initiated immediately upon connection if S48=128. If an invalid number
is entered, the number is accepted into the register, but S36 will act as if the default
value has been entered.
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0 = Modem disconnects.
1 = Modem stays on-line and a Direct mode connection is established.
2 = Reserved.
3 = Modem stays on-line and a Normal mode connection is established.
4 = An MNP connection is attempted and if it fails, the modem disconnects.
5 = An MNP connection is attempted and if it fails, a Direct mode connection is
established.
6 = Reserved.
7 = An MNP connection is attempted and if it fails, a Normal mode connection is
established. (Default.)
Bits 3-7
11.30
Reserved
S38 - Delay Before Forced Hang Up
S38 specifies the delay between the modem's receipt of the H command to disconnect (or ON-toOFF transition of DTR if the modem is programmed to follow the signal), and the disconnect
operation. Applicable to error-correction connection only. This parameter can be used to ensure that
data in the modem buffer is sent before the modem disconnects.
1.
If S38 is set to a value between 0 and 254, the modem will wait that number of seconds for
the remote modem to acknowledge all data in the modem buffer before disconnecting. If
time expires before all data is sent, the NO CARRIER result code will be issued to indicate
that data has been lost. If all data is transmitted prior to time-out, the response to the H0
command will be OK.
2.
If S38 is set to 255, the modem does not time-out and continues to attempt to deliver data in
the buffer until the connection is lost or the data is delivered.
Range: 0-255 seconds
Default: 20
11.31
S39 - Flow Control Bit Mapped Options Status
Default: 3 (00000011b)
Bits 0-2
Status of command options
0 = No flow control
3 = RTS/CTS (&K3) (Default.)
4 = XON/XOFF (&K4)
5 = Transparent XON (&K5)
6 = Both methods (&K6)
Bits 3-7
11.32
Reserved
S40 - General Bit Mapped Options Status
S40 indicates the status of command options.
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Default: 104 (68h) (01101000b)
Bits 0-1
MNP Extended Services (-Kn)
0 = Disable extended services (-K0) (Default)
1 = Enable extended services (-K1)
2 = Enable extended services (-K2)
Bit 2
Reserved
Bits 3-5
Break Handling (\Kn)
0 = \K0
1 = \K1
2 = \K2
3 = \K3
4 = \K4
5 = \K5 (Default.)
Bits 6-7
Reserved
11.33
S41 - General Bit Mapped Options Status
S41 indicates the status of command options.
Default: 13 (C3h) (00001101b)
Bits 0 -1
Compression selection (%Cn)
0 = Disabled (%C0)
1 = MNP 5 (%C1)
2 = V.42 bis (%C2)
3 = MNP 5 and V.42 bis (%C3) (Default.)
Bits 2, 6
Auto retrain and fallback/fall forward (%En)
Bit 6
Bit 2
0
0
= Retrain and fallback/fall forward disabled (%E0)
0
1
= Retrain enabled (%E1)
1
0
= Fallback/fall forward enabled (%E2) (Default.)
Bit 3
Reserved
Bits 4-5
Reserved
Bit 7
Reserved
11.34
S46 - Data Compression Control
S46 controls selection of compression. The following actions are executed for the given values:
Range: 136 or 138
Default: 138
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S46=136 Execute error correction protocol with no compression.
S46=138 Execute error correction protocol with compression. (Default.)
11.35
S48 - V.42 Negotiation Action
The V.42 negotiation process determines the capabilities of the remote modem. However, when the
capabilities of the remote modem are known and negotiation is unnecessary, this process can be
bypassed if so desired.
Range: 0, 7, or 128 If an invalid number is entered, it is accepted into the S-Parameter, but S48 will
act as if 128 has been entered.
Default: 7
S48=0
Disable negotiation; bypass the detection and negotiation phases; and
proceed with LAPM.
11.36
S48=7
Enable negotiation. (Default.)
S48=128
Disable negotiation; bypass the detection and negotiation phases; and
proceed at once with the fallback action specified in S36. Can be used to
force MNP.
S86 - Call Failure Reason Code
When the modem issues a NO CARRIER result code, a value is written to S86 Register to help
determine the reason for the failed connection. S86 records the first event that contributes to a NO
CARRIER message. The code definitions are:
Range: 0-26
Default: 21
S86=0 Normal hangup, no error occurred.
S86=1 Reserved.
S86=2 Reserved.
S86=3 Call Waiting caused disconnect.
S86=4 Physical carrier loss.
S86=5 No error correction at the other end.
S86=6 No response to feature negotiation.
S86=7 This modem is async only; the other modem is sync only.
S86=8 No framing technique in common.
S86=9 No protocol in common.
S86=10 Bad response to feature negotiation.
S86=11 No sync information from the remote modem.
S86=12 Normal hangup initiated by the remote modem.
S86=13 Retransmission limit reached.
S86=14 Protocol violation occurred.
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S86=15 Lost DTR.
S86=16 Received GSTN cleardown.
S86=17 Inactivity timeout.
S86=18 Speed not supported.
S86=19 Long space disconnect.
S86=20 Key abort disconnect.
S86=21 Clears previous disconnect reason.
S86=22 No connection established.
S86=23 Disconnect after three retrains.
S86=24 Call Waiting tone detected.
S86=25 Extension pickup detected.
S86=26 Remote hangup detected.
11.37
S91 - PSTN Transmit Attenuation Level
In non-PCM modes (V.90 or K56flex are PCM modes), S91 sets the transmit attenuation level from
0 to 15 dBm for the PSTN mode, resulting in a transmit level from 0 to -15 dBm. In some countries,
the transmit level may not be changed and there are checks to prevent transmit attenuation level
change using ConfigurACE.
Range: 0 to 15 dBm (Corresponding to 0 to -15 dBm transmit level.)
Default: 10 (-10 dBm transmit level.)
11.38
S92 - Fax Transmit Attenuation Level
S92 sets the transmit attenuation level from 0 to 15 dBm for the fax mode, resulting in a transmit
level from 0 to -15 dBm. In some countries, the transmit level may not be changed and there are
checks to prevent transmit attenuation level change using ConfigurACE.
Range: 0 to 15 dBm (Corresponding to 0 to -15 dBm transmit level.)
Default: 10 (-10 dBm transmit level.)
11.39
S95 - Extended Result Codes
A bit set to a 1 in this parameter, in conjunction with the W command, will enable the corresponding
extended result code.
The +MR, +ER, and +DR settings also control S95 bits 2, 3, and 5, respectively. The more recent
settings of +MR, +ER, and +DR, or host writing of S95 bits 2, 3, and 5, along with the W command
setting, determine the corresponding actual result code reporting (see +MR, +ER, DR, and W
commands).
Default: 0
Bit 0
CONNECT result code indicates DCE speed instead of DTE speed.
Bit 1
rate).
Append/ARQ to CONNECT XXXX result code in error-correction mode (XXXX =
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Bit 2
Enable +MCR: XXXX result code (XXXX = modulation) and +MRR: XXXX
result code (XXXX = rate). (Also, see +MR.)
Bit 3
Enable +ER: XXXX result code (XXXX = protocol identifier).
Bit 4
Reserved.
Bit 5
Enable +DR: XXXX result code (XXXX = compression type).
Bits 6-7 Reserved.
S210 – V.34 Symbol Rates
11.40
The bits in this parameter control V.34 symbol rates and enables/disables V.34 asymmetric rates.
This parameter is used for diagnostic purpose only.
Default: 13 (0Dh) (00001101b)
Bits 0 -2 Selects the range of allowed V.34 symbol rates.
Bit 3
2
1
0
Symbol Rates (baud)
0
0
0
= 2400 only
0
0
1
= 2400 only (no 2734)
0
1
0
= 2400, 2800
0
1
1
= 2400, 2800, 3000
1
0
0
= 2400, 2800, 3000, 3200
1
0
1
= 2400, 2800, 3000, 3200, 3429 (Default)
Enable/disable V.34 asymmetric rates.
0 = Disable asymmetric rates
1 = Enable asymmetric rates (Default)
Bits 4-7 Reserved.
Examples
S210=13 Enable asymmetric rates with all symbol rates available (Default).
S210=5 Disable asymmetric rates with all symbol rates available.
S210=8 Enable asymmetric rates with only 2400 baud available.
S210=11 Enable asymmetric rates with 2400 to 3000 baud available.
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Modem Result Codes
The modem responds to commands from the DTE and to activity on the line by signaling to the DTE
in the form of result codes. The result codes that the modem can send are described below. Two
forms of each result code are available: long-form, an English-like "verbose" response, and shortform, a data-like numeric response (included in parentheses following the long-form). The longform code is preceded and terminated by the sequence < CR> < LF>. The short-form is terminated
by < CR>, only with no preceding sequence. If result messages are suppressed, nothing is returned
to the DTE.
Short
Form
Long Form
0
1
2
3
4
+F4
+FCERROR
X
X
X
X
X
0
OK
X
X
X
X
X
1
CONNECT
X
X
X
X
X
2
RING
X
X
X
X
X
3
NO CARRIER
X
X
X
X
X
4
ERROR
X
X
X
X
X
5
CONNECT 1200
1
X
X
X
X
6
NO DIALTONE
3
3
X
X
X
7
BUSY
3
3
3
X
X
8
NO ANSWER
X
X
X
X
X
9
CONNECT 600
1
X
X
X
X
10
CONNECT 2400
1
X
X
X
X
11
CONNECT 4800
1
X
X
X
X
12
CONNECT 9600
1
X
X
X
X
13
CONNECT 7200
1
X
X
X
X
14
CONNECT 12000
1
X
X
X
X
15
CONNECT 14400
1
X
X
X
X
16
CONNECT 19200
1
X
X
X
X
17
CONNECT 38400
1
X
X
X
X
18
CONNECT 57600
1
X
X
X
X
19
CONNECT 115200
1
X
X
X
X
20
CONNECT 230400
X
X
X
X
X
22
CONNECT 75TX/1200RX
1
X
X
X
X
23
CONNECT 1200TX/75RX
1
X
X
X
X
24
DELAYED
4
4
4
4
X
32
BLACKLISTED
4
4
4
4
X
33
FAX
X
X
X
X
X
35
DATA
X
X
X
X
X
40
+MRR: 300
X
X
X
X
X
44
+MRR: 1200/75
X
X
X
X
X
45
+MRR: 75/1200
X
X
X
X
X
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+MRR: 1200
X
X
X
X
X
47
+MRR: 2400
X
X
X
X
X
48
+MRR: 4800
X
X
X
X
X
49
+MRR: 7200
X
X
X
X
X
50
+MRR: 9600
X
X
X
X
X
51
+MRR: 12000
X
X
X
X
X
52
+MRR: 14400
X
X
X
X
X
53
+MRR: 16800
X
X
X
X
X
54
+MRR: 19200
X
X
X
X
X
55
+MRR: 21600
X
X
X
X
X
56
+MRR: 24000
X
X
X
X
X
57
+MRR: 26400
X
X
X
X
X
58
+MRR: 28800
X
X
X
X
X
59
CONNECT 16800
1
X
X
X
X
61
CONNECT 21600
1
X
X
X
X
62
CONNECT 24000
1
X
X
X
X
63
CONNECT 26400
1
X
X
X
X
64
CONNECT 28800
1
X
X
X
X
66
+DR: ALT
X
X
X
X
X
67
+DR: V42B
X
X
X
X
X
69
+DR: NONE
X
X
X
X
X
70
+ER: NONE
X
X
X
X
X
77
+ER: LAPM
X
X
X
X
X
78
+MRR: 31200
X
X
X
X
X
79
+MRR: 33600
X
X
X
X
X
80
+ER: ALT
X
X
X
X
X
81
+ER: ALT-CELLULAR
X
X
X
X
X
83
LINE IN USE
X
X
X
X
X
84
CONNECT 33600
1
X
X
X
X
91
CONNECT 31200
1
X
X
X
X
134
+MCR: B103
X
X
X
X
X
135
+MCR: B212
X
X
X
X
X
136
+MCR: V21
X
X
X
X
X
137
+MCR: V22
X
X
X
X
X
138
+MCR: V22B
X
X
X
X
X
139
+MCR: V23
X
X
X
X
X
140
+MCR: V32
X
X
X
X
X
141
+MCR: V32B
X
X
X
X
X
142
+MCR: V34
X
X
X
X
X
144
+MCR: K56
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
145
+MCR: V90
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
150
+MRR: 32000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
151
+MRR: 34000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
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+MRR: 36000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
153
+MRR: 38000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
154
+MRR: 40000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
155
+MRR: 42000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
156
+MRR: 44000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
157
+MRR: 46000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
158
+MRR: 48000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
159
+MRR: 50000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
160
+MRR: 52000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
161
+MRR: 54000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
162
+MRR: 56000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
165
CONNECT 32000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
166
CONNECT 34000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
167
CONNECT 36000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
168
CONNECT 38000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
169
CONNECT 40000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
170
CONNECT 42000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
171
CONNECT 44000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
172
CONNECT 46000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
173
CONNECT 48000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
174
CONNECT 50000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
175
CONNECT 52000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
176
CONNECT 54000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
177
CONNECT 56000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
178
CONNECT 230400
X
X
X
X
X
180
CONNECT 28000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
181
CONNECT 29333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
182
CONNECT 30667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
183
CONNECT 33333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
184
CONNECT 34667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
185
CONNECT 37333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
186
CONNECT 38667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
187
CONNECT 41333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
188
CONNECT 42667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
189
CONNECT 45333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
190
CONNECT 46667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
191
CONNECT 49333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
192
CONNECT 50667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
193
CONNECT 53333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
194
194 CONNECT 54667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
195
195 +MRR: 28000
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
196
+MRR: 29333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
197
+MRR: 30667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
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+MRR: 33333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
199
+MRR: 34667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
200
+MRR: 37333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
201
+MRR: 38667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
202
+MRR: 41333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
203
+MRR: 42667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
204
+MRR: 45333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
205
+MRR: 46667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
206
+MRR: 49333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
207
+MRR: 50667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
208
+MRR: 53333
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
209
+MRR: 54667
X
X
X
X
X
Note 2
NOTES:
1.
An 'x' in a column indicates that the message (either the long form if
verbose, or the value only for short form) will be generated when that particular value
of 'n' (shown at the top of the column) has been selected by the use of ATXn. If the
column is blank, then no message will be generated for that x option. A numeral
indicates which less explicit message (verbose or short form) will be output for that X
option.
2.
RC56 modems.
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