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Insys Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0
Operating Manual
INSYS Modem 56k
small INT 2.0
INSYS Modem 56k
small INT USB 1.0
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Date: June 06
Item number: 31-22-03.051 English
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Contents
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SCOPE OF DELIVERY....................................................6
2
FUNCTION OVERVIEW................................................6
3
NOTES REGARDING THE USE OF THE MANUAL ..........7
4
INITIAL OPERATION ....................................................8
4.1
FRONT PANEL ............................................................................8
4.2
TOP .........................................................................................9
4.3
USER PROFILES ..........................................................................9
4.4
INSTALLATION .........................................................................10
4.5
INSTALLATION OF A USB DRIVER ................................................12
5
FUNCTIONS...............................................................19
5.1
CONFIGURATION .....................................................................19
5.2
SERIAL DATA TRANSMISSION .....................................................21
5.3
ERROR CORRECTION .................................................................25
5.4
DATA COMPRESSION ................................................................25
5.5
SELECTIVE CALL ANSWER ...........................................................27
5.6
SEND MESSAGES .....................................................................29
5.7
REMOTE CONFIGURATION (REMOTE CONTROL) .............................31
5.8
ACCESS CONTROL ....................................................................33
5.9
DATA TRANSMIT CONTROLLER (IDLE CONNECTION CONTROL)..........35
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5.10
PRIORITY CIRCUIT FOR MODEMS WITH PHONES CONNECTED IN SERIES
36
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CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE HSCOMM ..................39
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OPERATION WITH A PLC...........................................40
8
FIRMWARE UPDATE .................................................41
8.1
FLASHCOM.EXE .......................................................................41
8.2
TERMINAL PROGRAM................................................................42
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AT COMMAND SET ...................................................44
9.1
OVERVIEW AT COMMANDS .......................................................45
9.2
OVERVIEW FAX AND VOICE COMMANDS .....................................70
9.3
AT MESSAGES .........................................................................70
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S REGISTRY ...............................................................73
10.1
OVERVIEW S REGISTRY .............................................................73
10.2
DESCRIPTION S REGISTRY ..........................................................74
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SENDING SMS AS FAX OR E-MAIL ............................83
11.1
SMS AS FAX ...........................................................................83
11.2
SMS AS E-MAIL .......................................................................84
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FAQ...........................................................................85
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................87
13.1
GENERAL ................................................................................87
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13.2
CLEANING...............................................................................87
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TECHNICAL DATA......................................................88
14.1
MECHANICAL FEATURES ............................................................88
14.2
POWER SUPPLY .......................................................................88
14.3
PC INTERFACE .........................................................................89
14.4
POSSIBLE INTERFACE SPEEDS ......................................................90
14.5
SUPPORTED TRANSMISSION STANDARDS .....................................91
14.6
TELEPHONE INTERFACE ..............................................................92
14.7
ITU STANDARDS (CCITT)..........................................................93
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COUNTRY CODES......................................................94
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Scope of Delivery
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1 Scope of Delivery
Before you begin with the initial operation, please check if all accessories are included in the box.
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2 phone cords (TAE N at RJ12 and RJ12 at RJ12)
PC connection cable
9/9-pin (RS232 cable) or USB connection cable
User Guide
CD-ROM (optional)
Please contact your supplier if the content is not complete. Please also check the
modem for shipping damage. Please also refer to your supplier if anything is damaged.
Please keep the packaging material for possible future shipping or storage.
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Function Overview
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT is a modem for the analogue telephone network.
It has a very compact design and very robust plastic housing. The modem supports the following functions, which are described in detail in Chapter 5:
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Usage in 87 countries
Establishing a data connection
Auto answer
Data flow control
Error correction
Data compression
Idle connection control
Firmware Update
Remote configuration
Security callback
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Notes Regarding the Use of the Manual
Notes Regarding the Use of the Manual
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This manual uses the symbol
for especially important notes. Further
notes will be marked accordingly.
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All factory settings are marked “default”.
Example (Chap. 5.7.3): Enter old password (default: QWERTY)
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In Chapters 4 to 6 the description consists of two columns. Individual
functions are described on the left side. The according AT commands and
the modem responses can be found in the right column.
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Function description
AT command
Example (Chap. 5.2.7):
After the hardware reset, load the user profile 1
ATZ1
All AT commands start with the letters AT and end with a “Return” (Carriage Return - CR). AT commands can be entered in capital or small letters. The command is evaluated as soon as the modem received a response.
In the following, the used syntax is explained:
c ATDT
AT command (font: Courier, bold)
d <Expression>
Input of a parameter (font: Courier, bold)
e <Expression>
Input of an optional parameter
(Font: Courier, bold)
f Expression
Response from the modem (font: italic)
Examples:
c ATDT<n>
ATDT1234
Dialing of the phone number <n>
Dialing of the phone number 1234
d+e AT+MS=<Modulation>, [Automode]
AT+MS=V92
AT+MS=V92,1
f Connect
lished
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Selection of the modulation
type
Selection of the modulation
type V.92
Selection of the modulation
typeV.92 with automatic
adjustment
The connection to the remote terminal is estabInput prompt during the remote configuration.
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4.1 Front panel
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0
INSYS Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT has two LEDs to indicate the operating state:
The left LED (Power RX/TX) displays the condition of the operating voltage and a data
transmission. The right LED (OH/DCD) displays the status OH (off hook) and DCD (data
carrier detect). The exact meaning of the display elements is described in the following
table.
State
LED off
LED is green
LED is or blinks orange
Left LED
Right LED
No operating voltage applied. The modem is not “off hook” (it has
not yet “lifted the receiver”).
Operating voltage applied.
The modem is hooked to the phone
line (it has “lifted the receiver”); a
connections has not yet been established.
Data is transmitted.
The connection to the remote terminal is established, the carrier was
detected
If the DCD line at the modem is
permanently switched on, it cannot
be distinguished, whether a connection to the remote terminal is
active or not.
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LED is red
The modem is not “off hook” (it has
not “lifted the receiver” yet) and the
DCD line at the modem is permanently switched on.
4.2 Top
1
10...32 VDC
2
2
GND
3
3
Reset
Power
supply
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Terminal
Meaning
1
10..32V DC
Power supply 10V - 32V DC
2
GND
Ground
3
Reset
Reset input
4
N/A
4.3 User Profiles
The modem offers a choice of profiles:
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Default factory setting:
The default factory settings enable you to achieve a fixed defined basic state of the modem. Starting with this “basis”,
you can customize the modem according to your requirements.
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User profiles 0 and 1:
You can save configurations in the user profile, which may
be re-used for certain purposes.
A part of the S registry is saved in each profile. In the description, the affected registries are marked with an “*” in the S
registry.
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4.4 Installation
Please observe our safety instructions.
1.
Mounting on DIN rail
2.
Connecting the power supply
a) Connecting the ground connection
b) Connecting the power supply 10…32V DC
1
10...32 VDC
2
2
GND
3
3
Reset
Power
supply
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Note:
The minimum value is 10V DC.
The maximum value is 32V DC.
3.
Switch on power supply
4.
Connection with a PC
Connect the 9-pin jack at the modem with the serial interface
or a USB interface of your computer.
5.
Installation of a driver
Power LED
lights up green
For INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0:
The installation of a driver is not required when using a terminal program or the HSComm. If you use another application, a
driver may be necessary. Please find our current drivers at
http://www.insys-tec.de/ or install the standard modem 336
under Windows.
For INSYS Modem 56k small USB 1.0:
If the INSYS USB drivers are not installed on your system
yet, you must perform the installation described in
Chapter 4.5 .
6.
Communication with the Modem
Now, start your communication program on the PC and set it
to the used COM interface. The modem will automatically adjust to the baud rate of your PC.
7.
Communication Control via a Terminal Program
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Perform a short test using your terminal program.
(TeraTermPro, ProcommPlus).
Open the terminal program and enter
the command.
When the message appears on your monitor, the device has
been successfully installed.
8.
AT Enter
LED RXTX
lights up for
a short time
OK
Check the communication using the configuration program
HSComm
Open installed HSComm The configuration program will
automatically search for the connected modem
9.
Connection to the telephone network
Connect the modem with the phone outlet, using the supplied phone cord.
10. Connection Test
Perform a manual connection, either to another modem or, in
this example, to Freenet.
Dial the following number 0101901929
For PBXs that require a code number to establish
a connection - usually “0”- a different command must be used.
The modem will establish a connection
ATDT 0101901929
ATX3DT 0,0101901929
LED OH lights up
Connect…
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4.5 Installation of a USB Driver
(Only for INSYS Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0)
The installation of the INSYS modem 56k small INT USB 1.0 is performed in three steps.
During the first two installation steps, a virtual COM port is installed, through which a
modem can be addressed via a terminal program or the configuration software
HSComm.
During the third step, a modem driver can be installed, which can address the INSYS Modem 56 k small INT USB 1.0 at the just installed COM port.
The following describes the installation of the driver using the operating system Windows XP. The installation of the driver using Windows 2000 is slightly different, but in
general very similar.
Note: The installation of the driver files creates a
virtual serial interface (COM port) on the computer. The PC will treat this interface like a
"real" serial interface. All commands and functions in this manual which relate to serial interfaces can also be used for the version INSYS Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0.
4.5.1 COM port installation
When connecting the modem, the following dialog is displayed:
Click on "Next"...
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Select the item "Software from a list..." and click on "Next"...
Click the button "Browse" and enter the path to the location of the driver information.
E.g.: <CD Drive>\DIN_Rail\Driver\Modem
The system will now search for the driver information.
Confirm any warning message from Windows XP by clicking the button "Continue installation".
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Click on "Finish" to complete the first part of the installation.
Note:
Immediately after the first driver has been installed, this installation route must be performed the same way a second time to install the second part of the driver.
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After the second installation has been completed, the system has a new COM port available. You can check the installation by opening the device manager in the start menu at
Control Panel ->System -> Hardware -> Device Manager
In this example, the modem was installed at
COM port 4. The modem can now only be addressed via this COM port, using the configuration software HSComm, for example.
For many applications, the installation up to
this point is sufficient.
If the modem is supposed to appear as a modem in the control panel as well (e.g. to setup a
RDT - remote data transmission - connection),
you must install an additional modem driver to
ensure the functioning of the installed COM
port. The following Chapter will show the details.
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4.5.2 Modem Driver Installation
The following describes the installation of a driver for an INSYS Modem. Open the modem management in the control panel.
Start menu:
Control Panel ->Network and Internet Connections -> Phone and Modem Options
Start the installation using the button "Add".
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After activating the check box "Select Modem", click on the button "Next".
You can now either install a standard modem 56k or a special INSYS modem driver. If
necessary, you may need to enter the storage location manually using the button "Disk
Drive" to select the storage location.
E.g. at: <CD Drive>\DIN_Rail\Driver\Modem
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Now enter the COM port for the modem connection. Use the virtual COM port that was
installed in the previous chapter. In our example, this is COM 4.
Click on "Next" to complete the installation.
The installation is completed.
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5 Functions
5.1 Configuration
5.1.1
Configuration Change
Loading the factory settings into the active profile will enable
you to easily recover an executable state.
AT&F
Loading the user profile 0
ATZ0
Loading the user profile 1
Prior to the loading of the user profile, a reset is performed.
ATZ1
The settings of all profiles can be displayed in a chart.
AT&V
ATZ
Example:
The active profile will show all settings currently used by the modem.
ACTIVE PROFILE:
B3 E1 L1 M1 Q0 T V1 W0 X4 *A1 *L0 *M0 *P0 *R1 %B0 %C3 %E2
%S0
\A1 \N3 \V0 &A0 &C1 &D2 &G0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &X0 &Y0
S00:005 S02:043 S06:003 S07:050 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014
S11:085 S12:050 S13:003
S15:000 S17:042 S18:000 S24:000 S36:135 S40:104 S41:195
S46:138 S95:000
Our example currently shows the settings from user profile 0.
User profile 0:
STORED PROFILE 0:
B3 E1 L1 M1 Q0 T V1 W0 X4 *A1 *L0 *M0 *P0 *R1 %B0 %C3 %E2
%S0
\A1 \N3 \V0 &A0 &C1 &D2 &G0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &X0
S00:005 S02:043 S06:003 S07:050 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014
S11:085 S12:050 S13:003
S15:000 S17:042 S18:000 S24:000 S36:135 S40:104 S41:195
S46:138 S95:000
User profile 1:
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STORED PROFILE 1:
B3 E1 L1 M1 Q0 T V1 W0 X4 *A1 *L0 *M0 *P0 *R1 %B0 %C3 %E2
%S0
\A1 \N3 \V0 &A0 &C1 &D2 &G0 &K3 &Q5 &R1 &S0 &X0
S00:005 S02:043 S06:003 S07:050 S08:002 S09:006 S10:014
S11:085 S12:050 S13:003
S15:000 S17:042 S18:000 S24:000 S36:135 S40:104 S41:195
S46:138 S95:000
Note: The user profiles 0 and 1 can be modified without affecting the active profile.
Storage location for the phone numbers:
TELEFONNUMMERN:
0= <Z0>
2= <Z2>
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1= <Z1>
3= <Z3>
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5.1.2
Functions
Save Configuration
If the modem configuration was adjusted to certain user requirements, these settings can be saved in the user profiles
0
AT&W0
or 1.
AT&W1
AT&W
Configuration changes will be lost after a RESET or restart if
they were not saved before.
5.2 Serial Data Transmission
5.2.1
Automatic Baud Rate Detection
For each received AT command, the modem automatically performs an adjustment to the set baud rate, the
number of data and stop bits, and the parity.
The adjustment to the transmission speed on the phone
line is performed automatically, unless the settings say
otherwise. During the establishing of a connection both
modems attempt to achieve the joint fastest speed on
the phone line.
For an existing connection, the modem must first switch
to command mode.
+++
Use the following command to receive the transmission
settings:
AT+MS?
E.g.: +MS: V92,1,300,48000,300,56000
This means that a connection between 300 and 56000
bps was established, preferably according to V.92, depending on the line quality and the abilities of the remote terminal.
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Query the quality of an existing connection
AT%Q
Query the level of an existing connection
AT%L
Display the connection statistics after the connection is
terminated
AT&V1
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Data Buffer for Serial Data Transmission
The modem has a fast send and receive cache (so-called buffer) to
adjust the modem to the operating speed of the application. It is,
however, possible to deactivate this data buffering and switch to
bit direct mode.
When working with buffers, handshake is recommended to
avoid transmission errors.
5.2.3
Bit direct mode
Only for special, non-standard data formats.
In bit direct mode, the modem has no influence on the transmission format. Data is transmitted without buffering.
Data compression or error correction will not work in bit direct
mode. Only the abort sequence - default +++ - is utilized by the
modem.
5.2.4
AT\N1
Hardware Data Flow Control with RTS/CTS
Hardware Data Flow Control with the Modem (CTS):
RS232 Cable
Application
CTS Line
(E.g.: PC or control)
Modem
When the input buffer of the modem exceeds a certain fill state,
the modem will set the CTS line to OFF. This indicates to the application not to send any data.
AT&K3
AT&R1
After the modem has operated the input buffer so far that the
XON buffer falls below a certain fill state, it switches the CTS line
back ON and reports to the application that it is ready to receive
data again.
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Hardware data flow control with the application (RTS):
RS232 Cable
Application
RTS Line
(E.g.: PC or control)
Modem
The application sets the RTS line to OFF to request from the modem to interrupt the data transmission.
It will depend on the according application software if the RTS/CTS
lines can be operated.
AT&K
AT&R
The application sets the RTS line to ON to request data from the
modem.
5.2.5
Software data flow control XON and XOFF
Send data
Application
XON or XOFF character
(E.g.: PC or
control)
Modem
When the input buffer of the modem exceeds a certain fill state, the
modem will insert an XOFF character into the data stream to the application. This character will cause the application to send no more
data.
It will depend on the according application software if the RTS/CTS
data flow control is supported.
AT&K4
After the modem has processed the input buffer so far, it will insert a
XON character into the data stream. This character will cause the
application to send data to the modem again. Analogously, the applicaiton can control the data stream from the modem to the application.
The XON/XOFF method is only available when the transmitted data
do not contain the characters XON or XOFF, which usually appear
only in actual ASCII texts (7 bit). When binary data (programs, …) are
transmitted, also for BTX operation or in the XMODEM transmission
protocol, for example, occasionally appearing XON or XOFF characters would disturb the operation.
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5.2.6
Reset
There are three reset options:
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After the power supply has been interrupted for a short time.
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After the terminal RESET is connected to the terminal GND
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With the help of the terminal program
After the hardware reset, load the user profile 0
After the hardware reset, load the user profile 1
5.2.7
ATZ0
ATZ
ATZ1
Dial-up delay
The standard TBR21 applies to all public phone networks in
EU countries (Belgium, Denmark, German, Finland, France,
Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands,
Austria, Portugal, Sweden, Spain), as well as in Switzerland,
Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland.
According to the TBR 21 regulations, after 12 futile dial-up attempts each further dial-up is locked within 2 hours. In this
case, the modem must be temporarily switched off.
The counter is automatically reset after each successfully established connection.
After the connection has been established, a dial delay of 5
seconds is observed.
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5.3 Error correction
The modem masters the V.42 error correction protocol including the Microcom Networking Protocol Levels 2/3/4 (MNP2,
MNP3, MNP4) and the data throughput optimization MNP10.
5.3.1
V42 Error Correction
The V.42 error correction includes the protocols LAPM (Link
Access Procedure for Modem) and MNP 4. LAPM is the preferred error correction.
MNP 4 is supported for compatibility reasons with other MNP
modems. Both methods determine frames to transfer net
data and use CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) check sums for
error tests.
In V.42, the possibility exists to have the modem identify if
the partner is a V.42 modem, a MNP modem, or a modem
without error correction. The modem can then autonomously
adjust to the partner.
5.3.2
MNP 2/3/4 error correction
The maximum block size can be set to either
64 byte
128 byte
192 byte
and 256 byte.
The MNP error correction can either be set automatically or
activated via AT commands.
AT\A0
AT\A1
AT\A2
AT\A3
AT\N<n>
5.4 Data compression
The modem will identify the type of data compression used
by the other modem, or it is fixed on a certain type or no data
compression.
Data compression is only available for error corrected connections.
To be able to use data compression, both sides (sender and
recipient) must be able to recognize the same data compression mode.
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5.4.2
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V.42bis Data Compression
Switch on V.42bis data compression
AT%C3
Switch off V.42bis data compression
AT%C0
V.42bis data compression may only be performed for a V.42
connection (LAP-M or MNP 4). First of all, V.42bis generates a
so-called dictionary for the data compression, which contains
frequently used character sequences. After that, only short
references to these character sequences and not the complete
character sequences are transmitted to the other modem.
V.42bis cannot re-pack packed data.
AT%C2
AT%C3
MNP 5 Data Compression
The modem masters the Microcom Networking Protocol Level
5. MNP 5 data compression can only be performed for an error corrected MNP 4 connection. MNP 5 replaces frequently
used characters by shorter characters, so-called tokens.
MNP 5 cannot re-pack packed data.
5.4.3
AT%C1
AT%C3
V.44 Data Compression
The V44 data compression offers better compression of typical internet content than V.42bis. V.44 also requires an error
corrected connected, just as V.42bis, and cannot re-compress
already compressed data.
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Switch off V.44 data compression
AT+DS44=0
Switch on V.44 data compression
AT+DS44=3
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5.5 Selective Call Answer
If the selective call acceptance is activated, the modem
will only accept calls from certain callers. The identification of permitted callers takes places via the caller ID
transmission (CLIP). This must, however, be supported
by the phone system or the exchange connection,
where the modem is connected to.
Activate the selective call acceptance
Deactivate the selective call acceptance
AT&A1
AT&A0
Display a complete list of saved phone numbers for the
selective call answer.
AT*N?
Delete the complete phone list for the selective call acceptance.
AT*N99=
The list of phone numbers has 8 storage locations altogether (N0 to N7). Only if the transmitted phone
number <nr> matches a phone number that was entered in the list will the modem accept the call according to the settings.
AT*N<n>=<nr>
E.g.: Store phone number 1234 at storage location 6.
AT*N6=1234
The memory N<n> accepts all phone numbers ending
in <nl>.
AT*N<n>=<nl>
Our first example activates all phone numbers ending
in 941586920.
AT*N7=941586920
The following phone numbers are activated:
0941586920, 00490941586920 und +49941586920
Our second example activates all phone numbers ending in 0941586920.
AT*N7=0941586920
Only the phone number 0941586920 is activated.
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The list of phone numbers may also contain wildcards
“'*”. This allows the activation of entire blocks of phone numbers.
The wild card character (“*”) replaces exactly 1 character
of the phone number.
AT*N<n>=94158692**
Our example will activate all phone numbers that start
with 94158692** and have 2 more digits (e.g.: an extension).
AT*N6=94158692**
The phone number may not contain separators
such as brackets or space characters.
The phone numbers can be deleted individually in two
different ways.
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¾ Delete the entered phone number
E.g.: Delete the number stored at the storage location
5
¾ Overwrite the storage location with a new phone
number.
E.g.: Storage location 5 with phone number 456.
AT*N<n>=
AT*N5=
Display the last phone number whose call was rejected.
This phone number is not saved in the power fail-safe
memory of the modem, i.e. after a restart of the modem
the display will be empty.
AT%N
AT*N<n>=456
AT*N5=456
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5.6 Send Messages
Note: The sending time of an SMS from the sender to a recipient depends on the pertinent provider of the service
number. Depending on the degree of utilization and
the time of day, an SMS may be on the way for an
extended period.
5.6.1
Transmission Configuration
The modem can not only send the alarm message to another
analogue modem, but also to a mobile phone as an SMS. Currently GSM900 and GSM1800, and SMS to fixed networks, fax
and e-mail.
The maximum text length is 160 characters.
AT*M<n>
Protocol settings – see table Transmission
Protocol
Data
format
Example
AT*M0
Data Connection
D1 or
E Network
PET
8N1
SMS to Mobile
UCP
7E1
AT*M2
SMS to Mobile
PET
7E1
AT*M3
SMS to Mobile
UCP
8N1
D2 network
AT*M4
Fax
AT*M5
SMS to Mobile
or Fixed Network
AT*M6
Enter the service number of the network provider to send
SMS, or the phone number for fax and data connections
Definition of the collective message
Definition of the variable alarm texts and phone numbers to
send SMS (alarm text 1 or 2). After this command is activated,
the modem will query the alarm text.
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AT*M1
SMS to Mobile
AT&Z0=<phone number>
AT*V
AT*V1
AT*V2
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The modem will reply with
new text:
and expects the input of the phone number and the alarm
text in the form
<phone number,
text>
For the transmission, the variable part (maximum of 80 characters) will be attached to the common part (maximum of
160 characters) of the collective message. Of the maximum of
240 characters, the first 160 characters are sent as SMS.
Some network providers support SMS forwarding to a fax machine or an e-mail address.
All necessary information is available from the customer service of the provider.
Please find an overview of the required settings for network
providers in German-speaking countries in the attachment.
5.6.2
Triggering
Manual triggering of the collective message
AT%A
Manual triggering of the alarm messages 1 or 2 via the AT
command.
AT%A<n>
For the transmission, all in all, 3 attempts (factory default) are
made. These values (1...12) can be changed with the S registry
S13.
When the alarm is triggered via SMS, the modem will return a
status
ATS13=n
¾ Message was successfully sent
OK
¾ Error during the message transmission
ERROR
After the message was sent, the connection is terminated.
5.6.3
Fax logging
All alarm messages can also be sent to a fax number for logging reasons.
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5.7 Remote Configuration (Remote Control)
5.7.1
Mode of Operation
Modem 1
Phone line
(local modem)
Modem 2
(remote modem)
To switch into the remote configuration mode, a data connection must be established between the modems. A certain
connection type is not mandatory, we recommend, however,
using only error corrected connections for remote configuration, to avoid transfer errors for the commands.
The local modem is not required to master any remote configuration type.
5.7.2
5.7.3
Remote modem preparation
Auto answer
ATS0=2
Deactivate security callback
AT&Z1=
Release modem for remote configuration
AT*R1
Save entry
AT&W0
AT&W1
Remote modem password change
Change password
AT*C
OLD PASSWORD
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Enter old password (default: QWERTY)
QWERTY
Enter new password
NEW PASSWORD
Re-enter new password
Confirm
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Start of the remote configuration at the local modem
Dial the modem
ATD <phone number>
The modem will establish a successful connection
Connect…
5.7.5
Switch to remote configuration mode
****
Prompt for entering the password
Remote Access
Remote Passwort:
Enter password (default: QWERTY)
QWERTY
If the entry was successful, the remote modem will send the
input prompt
>
Reduced command set
ATA
Some commands may not be executed during remote configurationATO
and
AT&F
will result in the following response:
5.7.6
ATD
AT/B
ERROR
Terminate remote configuration
Before you complete the remote configuration, save all settings
in profile 0 or 1.
AT&W0
AT&W1
Return to online mode without software reset
AT*E
AT*X
Software reset with interruption of all connections
The modem loads the user configuration 0 or 1.
ATZ0
ATZ1
Several commands may be used for termination.
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5.8 Access Control
5.8.1
Password
To protect from unauthorized access via the phone line, the
modem may be protected by a password. This password is
used to establish a data connection, as well as for security
callback and remote configuration
AT*C
The default setting is QWERTY.
5.8.2
Data Connection
An incoming connection is only released after the caller has entered the password.
5.8.3
Activate password protection
AT*P1
Deactivate password protection
AT*P0
Security callback
The feature Security Callback will cause the remote modem
to hang up and call back a preset number.
This function will only be performed after a password has
been entered and is therefore a safe protection against unauthorized access.
5.8.3.1
Preparation
As a preparation, security callback is activated by saving the
call back number in the phone number registry of the modem that is calling back.
The deactivation takes place by deleting the call back phone
number.
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AT&Z1=<phone number>
AT&Z1=
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Operation
Establishing a connection to the modem.
ATD <Renumber>
The connection to the modem is established.
The modem responds to an incoming call.
Connect
SECURITY CALLBACK
REMOTE PASSWORD:
You must now enter the “Remote Password”, which is
identical to the password for the remote configuration.
(default: QWERTY)
QWERTY
After the password has been entered correctly, the modem
hangs up and after about 10 seconds dials the stored phone
number. Altogether, 3 dialing attempts with a pause of 10
seconds between each attempt are performed.
OK
If the entered password was incorrect, the connection is terminated and thus prevents unauthorized access to the connected device.
No Carrier
After that, a normal data connection is established.
Callback in
Progress
No Carrier
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5.9 Data Transmit Controller (Idle Connection Control)
The Data Transmit Control (DTC) is a function integrated in
the firmware which monitors the data transmission in
online mode. This function prevents the modem to stay
online for an unlimited amount of time, although no data is
being transmitted anymore.
5.9.1
Activation
The activation takes place in the S15 registry. Any time period between 1 and 255 seconds may be set.
5.9.2
ATS15=<n>
Mode of Operation for the “Timer”
The timer will run immediately after the modem goes offhook. After the set time has been reached, a RESET is performed.
The timer is reset by each byte that is sent via the serial interface.
Note:
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The timer will run immediately after the modem
goes off-hook. We therefore strongly recommend
to not setting any times below 30 seconds.
In remote mode, idle connection control at the modem must be deactivated to prevent the connection from being interrupted after the timer has run
out.
The remote data transmission will not reset the
timer.
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5.10 Priority Circuit for Modems with Phones Connected in Series
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT gives a phone connected
in series priority, to make sure it interferes as little as possible with the usage of the phone connection.
Command
Function 1
(Chap. 5.10.1)
Function 2
(Chap. 5.10.2)
Function 3
(Chap.
5.10.3)
AT-STE=0
AT-STE=1
AT-STE=2
AT-STE=3
AT-STE=4
AT-STE=5
AT-STE=6
AT-STE=7
==
√
==
√
==
√
==
√
==
==
√
√
==
==
√
√
==
==
==
==
√
√
√
√
(default)
5.10.1 Detecting a busy phone line
During a dial-up attempt, the model detects the busy
phone line. The modem reports
LINE IN USE
Changing the loop voltage to detect the function – Detection of a busy line (U1) – can be set with the help of AT
commands.
AT-TTE=U1, U2, U3
Voltage
Loop voltage prior
to the connection.
U1
Loop voltage for
busy phone line.
Time
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5.10.2 Going off-hook on account of a telephone connected in series
If a telephone connected in series goes off-hook during an
existing modem connection, the modem will immediately
terminate the connection.
The telephone is connected to the line and receives a dialing
tone.
In the registry S86, the value is set to 25.
When the phone connection is terminated, the modem will
not establish a new connection.
Changing the loop voltage to detect the function – Off-hook
on account of a telephone connected in series (U2) – can be
set with the help of AT commands.
ATS86=25
AT-TTE=U1, U2, U3
Voltage
Loop voltage prior
to the connection.
U2
Loop voltage after a telephone
connected in series goes offhook.
Time
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The detection starts immediately after the
handset is picked up. To access the exchange,
simple analogue phone systems often connect
the modem per contact directly with the exchange, which results in a strong change or polarity reversal of the loop voltage. For some
analogue phone systems, this may result in an
erroneous detection. Off-hook detection is
therefore not recommended in connection with
analogue phone systems.
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5.10.3 Remote Terminal Connection Abort
When the remote terminal aborts a connection, the modem
will immediately hang up.
In the registry S86, the value is set to 25.
Changing the loop voltage to detect the function – Remote
Terminal Connection Abort (U3) – can be set with the help of
AT commands.
ATS86=25
AT-TTE=U1, U2, U3
Voltage
Loop voltage after the connection is terminated.
U3
Loop voltage during the connection.
Time
Note:
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This detection is based on the change of the
loop voltage (AT-TTE=U1, U2, U3). It will not
work for all connections. ISDN phone systems in
particular often suppress the hang-up noise.
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Configuration Software HSComm
Configuration Software HSComm
The configuration of the INSYS modem takes place via AT commands which are
entered by a terminal program or a control program in the form of character sequences. For a simple set-up, all basic functions of the INSYS modem can be entered without knowing the individual commands and their parameters, using the
configuration software.
The software can be installed on all common Microsoft Windows operating systems. A terminal window to enter commands directly is available.
At the start or via the menu Device Æ Device, HSComm verifies the connected device and displays the device name and the firmware in the right top program window. By default, only those settings can be selected which are implemented in the
identified device.
The buttons in the right column can be used to select the current settings, to restart (reset) the device or to set the default options. The selected configuration of
the parameters is only sent to the INSYS modem after you click the button SEND.
File menu: Configurations can be saved as files and re-loaded at a later date.
When an error occurs while transmitting a configuration to the INSYS modem,
these are displayed in the Error menu.
Hitting the key F1 will automatically display a help window regarding the currently selected topic.
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Operation with a PLC
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Operation with a PLC
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT has been tested for the most common
PLC systems on the market.
The documentation (Application Notes) of the settings required for the
respective PLC can be queried at INSYS MICROELECTRONICS (E-mail:
insys@insys-tec.de).
HSComm offers a range of recommended settings for the modems
connected at the PLC or the PC at the control center.
If control is selected in the menu PLC, for both modem locations the
necessary settings and a user prompting are displayed as text. The
user can adjust the settings.
The commands Configure PLC modem and Configure PC modem transmit these settings to the connected modem.
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Firmware Update
Firmware Update
8.1 Flashcom.exe
This function enables firmware updates of the modem without switching the EEPROM. The new version is available from
your service partner.
Query of the used firmware
ATI4
Unpack the file into any directory on the PC and start Flashcom.exe.
The program will automatically search for the connected modem.
Select the according INSYS Modem and start the update.
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Close the window when the update is completed.
8.2 Terminal Program
8.2.1
Requirements
For the firmware update, you will need a PC and a terminal program. The terminal program must be able to perform an ASCII upload (ASCII data transmission protocol).
Setting the hardware flow control is mandatory. For safety
reasons, any interpretation of characters (e.g.: TAB, CR,
BS...) by the ASCII upload protocol must be prevented.
The baud rate must be between 9,600 baud and 57,600
baud. Other baud rates may lead to errors. The loading
procedure takes about 2 to 3 minutes for 57,600 baud; for
lower baud rates accordingly longer.
8.2.2
Activation and Process
Start of the flash update
AT**
The modem sends a response
Download initiated…
Transfer file with the help
of the terminal program.
The update is performed in two steps:
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¾
¾
Firmware Update
ASCII upload of the file HS_LADER.S37
Download Flashcode
ASCII upload of the firmware (xxxxxxxx.S37)
Device successfully programmed
The process is finished as soon as the loading procedure
is completed.
Monitoring of Results:
The transfer process is indicated by dots on the monitor (of the terminal program).
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For the terminal program Telix, the delay
settings between the character and the
lines must be set to “0” for the ASCII protocol.
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AT Command Set
All INSYS communication devices are controlled internally via AT commands.
A terminal program is integrated in the HSComm. The AT commands can be directly entered at the menu item “Terminal”.
Alternatively, we recommend the terminal program TeraTerm by T. T. Teranishi.
The free software can be downloaded at
http://www.vector.co.jp/authors/VA002416/teraterm.html.
Each AT command starts with the letters AT and ends with a “Carriage Return”
(CR). Capital and small letters will both be accepted, but the leading characters
must be either ‘AT’ or ‘at’. The command line is evaluated after the modem receives a return command. In the description, a parameter with the letter “n”
means that it can have various values.
For example, ATL<n>, where 'n' can have the value 0 or 3, e.g. ATL2 (medium
volume). For commands which expect a parameter but don't have a parameter,
the modem will automatically assume the parameter 0. For example, the commands ATZ and ATZ will have the same effect.
The factory settings are marked “(default)”.
The standard end character is “return” (oDh) or “<CR>“. “Return” may not be
entered after “****” or “+++”.
The commands are acknowledged with “OK” or “ERROR”. A command that is being edited will be interrupted by any further incoming
character. Therefore, the next command must wait for acknowledgement to avoid the deletion of the current command.
Note: The installation of the driver files creates a
virtual serial interface (COM port) on the computer. The PC will treat this interface like a
"real" serial interface. All commands and functions in this manual which relate to serial interfaces can also be used for the version INSYS Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0.
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AT Command Set
9.1 Overview AT Commands
Command
Description
AT**
Start of the flash load function
ATA
Answer mode
The modem is switched into response mode. This is only effective in Germany, if the
connected phone goes off-hook or if a call comes in.
A/
Repeat the last command
The last command is repeated.
AT\A<n>
Select maximum MNP block size
Define maximum block size for error corrected MNP transmissions.
AT*A<n>
AT\A0
64 byte
AT\A1
128 byte (default)
AT\A2
192 byte
AT\A3
256 byte
Automatic call acceptance on/off
AT*A0
Call acceptance is blocked, irrespective of S0
AT*A1
Call acceptance according to S0 (default)
Note: see also S-Registry 36, bit 7
AT&A<n>
Selective Call Answer On or Off
To evaluate selective call answer, the phone number must be transmitted (CLIP). The
following countries support the “CLIP” function:
Australia, Belgium, China, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Canada, Korea, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Norway,
Austria, Sweden, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, USA.
AT&A1
Switches the selective call answer ON
AT&A0
Switches the selective call answer OFF (default)
The AT&A setting is saved in AT&W.
AT%A<n>
Send alarm text manually
Manual triggering of the message. After the message is sent, the device responds with
OK (success) or ERROR (failure).
Note: see also AT*V<n>
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Command
Description
AT\B<n>
Send “break” to the other modem
For connections that were not error corrected the modem sends a break signal to the
other modem. The length of the signal is: the specified parameter times 1/10 of a second.
For error corrected connections, the modem sends a break signal according to the active error correction protocol without considering a parameter specification.
If no connection is established or if a fax connection is active, an error message is displayed.
AT%B<n>
AT\B1
1/10 second break signal
AT\B2
2/10 second break signal
AT\B3
3/10 second break signal
AT\B4
4/10 second break signal
AT\B5
5/10 second break signal
AT\B6
6/10 second break signal
AT\B7
7/10 second break signal
AT\B8
8/10 second break signal
AT\B9
9/10 second break signal
Switch key abort on and off during connection
AT%B0
Key abort is active. Each character on the Tx line will result in an
interruption of the connection setup. (default)
AT%B1
Key abort is deactivated. The connection setup cannot be interrupted
manually.
A connection setup can only be interrupted via DTR drop, internal canceling of the
modem (NO DIALTONE, BUSY) or Timeout (NO CARRIER). (S-Registry 36 Bit 6)
AT%C<n>
Enable data compression
Enable/disable a data compression type
The modem can only perform data compression for error corrected connections.
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AT%C0
No data compression enabled
AT%C1
MNP 5 data compression enabled
AT%C2
Enable V.42bis and V.44 data compression
AT%C3
Enable MNP 5 and V.42bis data compression (default)
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Command
Description
AT*C
Remote configuration password
This password secures the remote configuration as well as incoming data connections
(see AT*P) and security callback.
AT&C<n>
OLD PASSWORD
Requires the old password (default: QWERTY). Wrong input leads
to ERROR.
NEW PASSWORD
Enter the new password with 6 to 12 characters.
CONFIRM
Repeat the new password. Wrong input leads to ERROR.
OK
The password is immediately stored in the EEPROM.
DCD (CT109) behavior
Behavior of the RS232 DCD output of the modem.
AT+CMGF=<n>
AT&C0
DCD is always ON
AT&C1
DCD follows the carrier signal of the phone line (default)
Set the SMS dispatch format with AT+CMGS
AT+CMGF=0
AT+CMGF=1
AT+CMGS
Sets the PDU mode for the SMS dispatch via AT+CMGS (default).
Sets the text mode for the SMS dispatch via AT+CMGS (default).
SMS dispatch directly via AT command
Depending on the setting of AT+CMFG, the command AT+CMGS will have a different
syntax.
Setting AT+CMGF=1 (text mode):
AT+CMGS="phone number"
The modem returns the “>” character and awaits the SMS text (up to 160 characters), ending with an EOF character (0x1A or STRG-Z).
Notes:
Depending on the provider, the phone number must be entered in the format
"0941xxxx" or "49941xxxx" (see AT*M and/or AT&Z2).
- After the sending procedure was successful, the modem will return "+CMGS: 000"
Setting AT+CMGF=0 (PDU mode):
AT+CMGS=<PDU string length>
The modem returns the character “>” and awaits the PDU string, ended with an
EOF character (0x1A or STGR-Z).
Notes:
- Depending on the provider, the phone number must be entered in the format
"0941xxxx" or "49941xxxx" (see AT*M and/or AT&Z2).
- "Numbering Plan" is ignored.
- The service center is defined by AT&Z0, the SCA field in the PDU string is ignored.
- Message header, confirmation SMS and validity period are not supported.
- Data coding scheme: Only the “default alphabet” is supported.
- After the sending procedure was successful, the modem will return "+CMGS:
<MR>" where <MR> is the message reference defined in the PDU string.
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Command
Description
AT+CPIN?
Dummy command for GSM compatibility
AT+CPIN? responds with "+CPIN: READY"
This command only serves for the purpose of compatibility with applications for GSM
devices.
AT+CREG?
Dummy command for GSM compatibility
AT+CREG? responds with "+CREG: 0,1".
This command only serves for the purpose of compatibility with applications for GSM
devices.
AT+CSQ
Dummy command for GSM compatibility
AT+CSQ responds with "+CSQ: 20,99".
This command only serves for the purpose of compatibility with applications for GSM
devices.
AT+CPMS?
Dummy command for GSM compatibility
AT+CPMS? responds with "+CPMS: "MT",8,40,"MT",8,40,"MT",8,40".
This command only serves for the purpose of compatibility with applications for GSM
devices.
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Command
Description
ATD<n>
Dial
AT Command Set
The modem goes off-hook and dials according to the transmitted dialing string. After
the dialing procedure, the modem attempts to establish a connection. If the ATD command was performed without a dialing string, the modem goes off-hook and attempts
to connect to the other modem (without dialing). The behavior of the modem depends
on the activation of the line current recognition (see ATX command).
The execution of the ATD command also depends on when the last dialing attempt
was performed.
In the mode AT+FCLASS=0, the modem acts like a data modem. It attempts to connect to another data modem. This attempt is repeated until the waiting period that
was specified in the S7 registry has expired.
If this period is exceeded, the modem hangs up and the following error message appears: NO CARRIER.
In the mode FCLASS=1 or =2, the modem acts as a fax modem. It attempts to connect
to another fax or fax modem. (The modem goes into receive status HDLC V.21 channel
2, as if the command AT+FRH had been executed.)
The following characters may be transmitted as parameters (brackets, punctuation
marks, spaces and semicolons are ignored):
0 to 9
The digits from 0 to 9
*
The asterisk: Only for tone dialing
#
The hash: Only for tone dialing
A-D
The inband signaling characters A, B, C, D
P
Pulse dialing mandatory: Pulse or tone dialing is required according to
the region.
T
Tone dialing mandatory: Pulse or tone dialing is required according to
the region.
W
Wait for dialing tone: The modem waits for the dialing tone before it
starts to dial. If no dialing tone was detected within the period specified in the S6 registry, the modem hangs up and an error message is
displayed.
@
Waiting for silence: The modem waits at least five seconds for silence
in the line, before it executes the next character from the parameter
string. If this five second silence can not be detected and the abort period in the S7 registry has not been exceeded, the modem terminates
the connection displaying the message: NO ANSWER.
If busy signal recognition was activated, the modem terminates the
connection displaying the message: BUSY.
If a response tone from the other modem is received during the waiting period, a connection is established.
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Command
Description
ATD<n>
‚
Dial tone delay: The modem performs a dial tone delay before it executes the next character of the parameter string. The delay length is
defined in the S8 registry.
L
Last number re-dialing.
;
Return to the input mode after dialing. It is added to the end of the
dialing string and causes the moden to return to the entry mode when
it reaches “;” (with: message OK). This enables the input of AT commands even with a receiver off-hook. The additional AT commands
can follow in the same input line after the “;” or they can be transmitted to further input lines. The ATH command will abort the connection
and the receiver is hung up.
S=n
Dialing the n-th number from the number pool, which was set up with
the AT&Z<n> command.
!
If the character ”!” is a part of the dialing string, the modem will hang
up within the time frame determined in S29 and then goes off-hook
again.
^
Suppresses the sending of a ringing tone.
ATD12345;
The semicolon (;) causes the return to the input mode after dialing.
Default:
Ringing tone is sent for fax operation. No ringing tone for data operation.
( )
Are ignored: They are just used as an outline.
-
Are ignored: They are just used as an outline.
‚‚
Space characters are ignored: They are just used as an outline.
CONTINUATION
Examples:
ATD12345
Dial the phone number 12345
ATDP12345
Dial the phone number 12345 with the pulse dialing method
ATDT12345
Dial the phone number 12345 with the tone dialing method
ATX3D0W12345
For PBXs, which connect to the exchange line using the prefix 0 (or 9):
First, blind dialing is activated by: X3 (see the command „ATX3“) to
be able to dial a leading 0 without hearing a dialing tone. After 0 has
been dialed via: D0 dialing tone recognition can be switched on again
using the parameter: W. The modem thus waits for the dialing tone
and continues with the rest of the dial-up (via: 12345) only after hearing the dialing tone. Waiting for the dialing tone may be omitted. In
this case, the dialing command is ATX3D012345.
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT&D<n>
DTR (CT108/2) behavior
DTR (CT108/2) behavior - Monitoring on/off transitions of the RS232 DTR line of the
PC.
AT&D0
DTR is ignored. Allows the operation with PCs which do not run DTR.
AT&D1
A DTR on/off transition causes the modem to react as if it had received
an abort sequence +++. The modem switches to the input mode without hanging up.
AT&D2
A DTR on/off transition causes the modem to hang up. Going off-hook
automatically is not possible. (default)
AT&D3
A DTR on/off transition causes the modem to perform a reset as if an
ATZ command had been executed. A preceded AT&Y command decides if either the default 0 or 1 is loaded.
AT+DS=<n>
Activate/deactivate V.42bis data compression
AT+DS=0
Deactivates V.42bis data compression
AT+DS=3
Activates V.42bis data compression (default)
AT+DS44=<n>
Activate/deactivate V.44 data compression
ATE<n>
AT+DS44=0
Deactivates V.44 data compression
AT+DS44=3
Activates V.44 data compression (default)
Command entry Echo
This command toggles the responses, which the modem creates as reactions from
application commands (Echo), ON or OFF.
AT%E<n>
ATE0
Switch off Echo
ATE1
Switch on Echo (default)
Automatic Retrain
When transmission problems occur, the modem executes a retrain procedure. After
three unsuccessful retrain attempts, the modem will hang up.
AT*E
AT%E0
Retrain not allowed
AT%E1
Retrain allowed
AT%E2
Fall back, fall forward allowed (default)
AT%E3
Fast fall back, fall forward. Is not supported by all modem types.
Terminate remote configuration
The command AT*E terminates a remote configuration.
AT&F
Loading the default factory settings
The modem loads the default factory setting from the internal, nonvolatile memory.
This puts the modem into a defined basic state. AT&F also overwrites a part of the S
registry.
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT has two factory defaults (AT&F0, AT&F1).
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Command
Description
AT+GCI=<N>
Set country code
The command AT+GCI allows the customization of the modem for different countries.
As default, the modem is set to Europe (CTR21) with AT+GCI=FD. Currently, the modem is only authorized for this country profile.
Please find a detailed list of the countries that can be set in Chap. 15 "Country Codes".
Note:
ATH
Please note that all country settings will result in ALL modem settings
being reset to the default settings (such as AT&F&W). Therefore, please
select a country profile first and adjust the settings afterwards.
Disconnect connection
The modem terminates the connection.
AT*H<n>
Declaration of the connection protocol speed (MNP 10)
AT*H determines the speed that is used to exchange the declarations during the
MNP10 connection setup before the modems enter the MNP 10 mode.
ATI<n>
AT*H0
Connection setup takes place with the highest possible speed. (default)
AT*H1
Connection setup takes place with 1,200 bps
AT*H2
Connection setup takes place with 4800 bps
Identification
The modem sends an identification to the PC, according to the following parameter:
AT+IPR=<n>
ATI0
Product code
ATI1
Previously calculated EEPROM checksum
ATI2
Calculation of the EEPROM checksum and comparison with the
previously calculated checksum stored in the EEPROM. OK for correct comparison.
ATI3
Number of firmware version in the EEPROM
ATI4
Modem version number
ATI5
Country code parameter (Germany = 006/Europe = 253)
ATI6
Version number and revision of “data pump”
Determine baud rate
The command AT+IPR switches the automatic baud rate detection on and off.
AT+IPR=0
Activates the automatic baud rate detection (default)
AT+IPR=<n>
Sets the modem to the fixed baud rate n. The following baud rates
are supported: 300, 1,200, 2,400, 4,800, 9,600, 19,200, 38,400,
57,600 and 115,200.
The setting AT+IPR is not saved with AT&W , which means that in order to inactivate
auto bauding, the command AT+IPR must be sent to the modem every time it is
switched on.
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT&K<n>
Select data flow control between the PC and the modem (handshake)
Fax operation default is RTS/CTS.
AT-K<n>
AT&K0
No data flow control
AT&K3
Select data flow control RTS/CTS (default)
AT&K4
Select data flow control XON/XOFF
AT&K5
Select transparent data flow control XON/XOFF
AT&K6
Select RTS/CTS and XON/XOFF data flow control
AT&K8
Activates the controlled half duplex operation on the serial interface
for RS485. In this mode, the CTS signal is deactivated (high), while the
INSYS Modem 56k small INT sends data at the serial interface. Thus,
the CTS signal can be used as driver release signal for a RS485 driver.
The polarity can be set with AT&R.
Extended MNP functions (MNP 10)
This command determines if a V.42LAP-M connection can be switched to a MNP 10
connection.
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AT-K0
Disables switching from V.42 LAP-M to MNP 10 (default)
AT-K1
Ermöglicht V.42 LAP-M zu MNP 10 Umschaltung
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Command
Description
AT\K
Break control
The modem reacts to a break (receive path off for a certain amount of time), which it
receives from another modem or from the PC, or from the command AT\B according
to the parameters.
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1. Situation
In case of a break from the PC during the data connection to another
modem:
AT\K0
Modem enters the command mode and sends no break to the other
modem
AT\K1
Modem deletes the data buffer and sends a break to the other modem
AT\K2
See AT\K1
AT\K3
Modem immediately sends break to the other modem; data buffers
are not deleted.
AT\K4
See AT\K0
AT\K5
Modem inserts a break into the data transmitted to the other modem.
2. Situation
During a data connection, the modem was set to command mode by
an escape sequence +++. In this condition, the command AT\B will
send a break to the other modem. In this situation, the parameter n
will cause the following:
AT\K0
Modem deletes the data buffer and sends a break to the other modem
AT\K1
See AT\K0
AT\K2
Modem sends a break to the other modem without delay.
AT\K3
See AT\K2
AT\K4
Modem inserts a break into the data transmitted to the other modem
AT\K5
mode
Like AT\K4 – Return from the online command mode into the data
data mode via the command ATO.
3. Situation
In the case a break is received from another modem during a connection that has not been error corrected, the parameters cause the following:
AT\K0
Modem deletes the data buffer and sends a break to the PC.
AT\K1
See AT\K0
AT\K2
Modem sends a break to the PC without delay.
AT\K3
See AT\K2
AT\K4
Modem sends a break to the PC, which is embedded into the data that
was received from the other modem
AT\K5
Like AT\K4
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
ATL<n>
Speaker volume
This command regulates the speaker volume (see ATM)
AT%L
ATL1
Speaker volume low (default)
ATL2
Speaker with medium volume
ATL3
Speaker with high volume
Note:
The speaker output is optional and is not supported in the standard
version.
Display level of the received signal
The value that is reported from the modem equals the already amplified level within
the modem, not the phone line level.
Large AT%L responses imply a low signal level; small values imply a high signal level
(009 = -9db, 043 = -43db)
AT*L<n>
Determines the automatic speed limitation
The automatic speed limitation is used to automatically achieve the least possible
error rate for connections without error correction.
In the factory settings, the speed limitation is always switched on (AT*L0).
If the limitation is switched off (AT*L1), the modem will always establish the connection on the phone side with the maximum possible speed (or the speed defined with
AT+MS), irrespective of the data rate at the serial interface. This means that the INSYS
Modem 56k small INT will, for example, always attempt to establish a 33600 baud
connection, even if the serial interface is only set to 9600 baud. Without error correction the high speed will obviously lead to higher bit error rates, which is usually disruptive.
The automatic speed limitation (AT*L0) will limit the speed on the phone side to the
speed of the serial interface.
It should only be switched off if very low baud rates are employed or if the speed of
the serial interface is changed during the connection.
ATM<n>
Speaker control
This command regulates when the speaker is active.
(see command ATL).
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ATM0
Speaker always OFF
ATM1
Speaker ON during dialing and connection setup (default)
ATM2
Speaker always ON
ATM3
Speaker on during connection setup
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Command
Description
AT+MR=<n>
Show modulation type
The command “AT+MR“ enables the display of the modulation type after the message
CONNECT.
AT+MR=0
Switches the display function OFF (default).
AT+MR=1
Switches the display function ON. The displayed value applies to the
sent data.
AT+MR=2
Switches the display function ON. The displayed value applies to the
received data.
If the display function is switched on the modem will display the modulation type and
the line speed after the message CONNECT. After the message CONNECT, the line
„+MCR:” appears, “ followed by the modulation type (see command AT+MS) and the
line “+MRR:”, followed by the line speed.
The AT+MR command is useful for a connection check.
AT+MS=<Modula
tion>, [Automode], [Send
Minbaud, Send
Maxbaud], [Receive Minbaud,
Receive Maxbaud]
Select modulation type
AT+MS determines the modulation type. The command enables or disables automatic
modulation recognition and defines the highest and lowest possible connection speed.
The command has the format AT+MS=<Modulation>, [Automode], [Send Minbaud, Send Maxbaud], [Receive Minbaud, Receive Maxbaud]
AT+MS?
Shows the current setting
AT+MS=?
Displays a list of possible parameters
Default factory setting:
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT+MS=<Modula
tion>, [Automode], [Send
Minbaud, Send
Maxbaud], [Receive Minbaud,
Receive Maxbaud]
Parameter modulation:
CONTINUATION
The modulation parameter determines the preferred (automode = 1) or the mandatory
(automode = 0) modulation type.
The following values are available:
V21
V.21
300
V22
V.22
1200
V22B
V.22bis
2400 or 1200
V23C
V.23
1200
V32
V.32
9600 or 4800
V32B
V.32bis
14400, 12000, 9600, 7200 or 4800
V34
V.34
33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600,
19200, 16800, 14400, 12000, 9600, 7200, 4800
or 2400
V90
V.90
56000, 54667, 53333, 52000, 50667, 49333,
48000, 46667, 48000, 46667, 45333, 42667,
41333, 40000, 38667, 37333, 36000, 34667,
33333, 32000, 30667, 29333, 28000
V92
V.92
56000, 54667, 53333, 52000, 50667, 49333,
48000, 46667, 48000, 46667, 45333, 42667,
41333, 40000, 38667, 37333, 36000, 34667,
33333, 32000, 30667, 29333, 28000
B103
Bell 103
300
B212
Bell 212
1200/75
Parameter Automode:
The optional parameter automode determines whether the modem automatically
adjusts to the desired modulation type. The following values may be used:
0
1
Automatic modulation adjustment switched off
Automatic modulation adjustment switched on (default)
Parameter Reception Minbaud:
The optional parameter minbaud determines the lowest possible baud rate for modem
reception. (default: 300)
Parameter Reception Maxbaud:
The optional parameter maxbaud determines the highest possible baud rate for modem reception. (default: 56000)
Parameter Send Minbaud:
The optional parameter minbaud determines the lowest possible baud rate for modem
sending. (default: 300)
Parameter Send Maxbaud:
The optional parameter maxbaud determines the highest possible baud rate for modem sending. (default: 48000)
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AT Command Set
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Command
Description
AT*M<n>
Remote terminal selection
Defines the protocol that is used to send the alarm string to the network provider.
AT*M0
The remote terminal is a normal fixed network modem (default)
AT*M1
The remote terminal is a mobile phone with network access via
PET/IXO/TAP protocol and data format 8N1 (e.g. D1 and E networks in
Germany)
AT*M2
The remote terminal is a mobile phone with network access via
EMI/UCP protocol and data format 7E1
AT*M3
The remote terminal is a mobile phone with network access via
PET/IXO/TAP protocol and data format 7E1
AT*M4
The remote terminal is a mobile phone with network access via
EMI/UCP and data format 8N1 (e.g. D2 network in Germany)
AT*M5
The remote terminal is a fax machine
AT*M6
Fixed network SMS: The SMS gateway (e.g. Deutsche Telekom via
phone number 01930100) is not tied to a certain mobile phone network, but send SMS to any mobile or fixed network phone.
Note:
For the remote terminals AT*M1 to AT*M4, only recipients in the network of one GSM provider may be addressed.
Your network provider will inform you about the current requirements to send SMS to
mobile phones.
Relevant commands: AT*V, AT*V<n>
AT*Z0
AT\N<n>
Definition of messages/phone numbers
Definition of the SMS service center
Select error correction
This command determines which type of error correction should preferably be used for
subsequent connections.
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AT\N0
Switching off error correction (normal buffered mode)
AT\N1
Bit direct mode (only for special data formats)
AT\N2
Selects V.42LAP-M or MNP 4 error correction. If no error corrected connection can be established, the modem will hang up.
AT\N3
Selects V.42LAP-M or MNP 4 error correction. If such a connection cannot be established, the modem will attempt to establish a connection
that is not error corrected. (default)
AT\N4
Exclusively selects a V.42 LAP-M connection.
AT\N5
Dials exclusively MNP 4 connections.
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT*N<n>=<nr>
Permitted numbers for selective call acceptance
Definition of 8 authorized phone numbers, for which modem access is permitted. Only
if the transmitted phone number matches a phone number that was entered in the list
will the modem report RING for an incoming call or will accept the call according to
the settings of ATS0 (the line RI is activated with each call, irrespective of that fact).
The selective call acceptance is switched on and off with AT&A.
AT*Nn=<nr>
<n>
Describes the storage location – range of values: 0..7 .
<no>
Permitted phone number consists of numbers and the wild card
“*” for exactly one character. The phone number may not contain
separators such as brackets or space characters. After they were
entered, the phone numbers are immediately saved in the power
fail-safe memory of the modem.
AT*N<n>=<nl>
The memory N<n> allows all phone numbers ending in <nl>.
AT*N99=
Deletes all existing entries in the list.
AT*N?
Displays all stored entries.
Example:
AT*N5=1234 allows all calls ending with 1234.
E.g.: 0175/9991234, 0941/8881234 or +4940/7771234
AT*N1=01234567** permits all calls from the block of numbers 01234567-00 to 01234567-99
AT*N99=
Delete the list of permitted phone numbers for the selective call answer
The command AT*N99= deletes the entire list of phone numbers for the selective call
answer.
AT*N?
Output of the list of permitted phone numbers
AT*N? activates the output of the entire saved list of permitted phone numbers for
the selective call answer.
AT%N
Output of the last rejected phone number
For active selective call answer (AT&A1) , the last phone number, whose call was rejected, will be displayed.
Note:
ATO<n>
This phone number is not saved in the power fail-safe memory of the modem.
Return to online data mode
If the modem is in online command mode, it will return to online data mode. If the
modem is in offline command mode, it will report ERROR.
ATO0
Return to online data mode.
ATO1
is
Before the modem switches to online data mode, a retrain procedure
provoked.
ATP
Switch on pulse dialing method (deactivated for some models)
Starting with this command, each dial-up is performed with the pulse dialing method,
until an ATT or ATDT command switches it back to tone dialing.
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Command
Description
AT*P<n>
Password query
AT*P0
Switches the password query off after the connection has been established (default).
AT*P1
Switches the password query on after the connection has been established.
If the password query is activated, the modem will query the password after CONNECT has taken place. After the password has been entered correctly, the actual CONNECT will take place and data may be transmitted. If a wrong password was entered,
the modem will hang up.
Note:
ATQ<n>
This is set using AT*C. The passwords for the connection setup and
the remote control are the same.
Quiet control
This command toggles sending messages from the modem to the application ON and
OFF.
AT%Q
ATQ0
Send messages to application (default).
ATQ1
Don’t send messages to application.
Display telephone call quality
Displays the quality of the data connection (deviation from the eye diagram). Low values indicate a good line quality. The line quality value must be evaluated differently
depending on the negotiated data rate.
Connections with more than 9600 baud will reach the value “000” for good lines and
should not have values of more than “010”.
For connections with 33600 baud good lines will have values between 010…030. Depending on the settings and the modulation type a fall back or retrain is triggered if
the line quality is too bad to enable a new negotiation of the connection (if necessary
with a slower speed).
High values indicate bad quality. These values are constantly updated during a connection. If the value increases significantly during a connection, the quality will deteriorate. After a previous AT%E command, an Autoretrain is performed.
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Command
Description
AT\Q<n>
Quiet Call
AT Command Set
Quiet Call will switch of the phone connected in series at the first ring. In connection
with the selective call answer (AT&N<n>), calls from a previously defined phone number can take place without a ring of the phone connected in series. If the phone number is not detected by the modem, the phone is switched on again after the first ring.
AT\Q0
AT\Q1
AT\Q2
Switches Quiet Call off (default)
Activates Quiet Call. The phone connected in series is disconnected,
as soon as an entire ring signal cycle is detected on the line.
Activates Quiet Call. The phone connected in series is disconnected,
as soon as a ring signal flank is detected on the line.
The selection between the settings AT\Q1 or AT\Q2 depends on the circumstances
at the phone connection. For AT\Q2 in connection with pulse dialing, phones that are
connected in parallel will sometimes result in an erroneous detection of a ring signal
flank. When using pulse dialing at the phones connected in series, AT\Q1 must be
used.
AT&R<n>
RTS/ CTS behavior
This command determines how the modem treats the RTS/CTS (CT105/CT106) data
flow control lines.
(See also command AT&K<n>).
AT*R<n>
ATS<n>
AT&R0
CTS behavior complies with V.25bis. CTS is deactivated during the connection setup after recognition of the response or ringing tones and
will only be activated after the connection is set up. During the controlled half duplex operation (AT&K8) CTS is active, if the modem sends
data at the serial interface. When data is received at the serial interface, CTS is inactive.
AT&R1
CTS only switches to OFF when this is required by the data flow control. During the controlled half duplex operation (AT&K8) CTS is inactive, if the modem sends data at the serial interface. When data is received at the serial interface, CTS is active. (default)
Switches the remote control on and off
AT*R0
Switches the remote control OFF.
AT*R1
Switches the remote control ON (default).
Read/write of the S registry
Depending on the country settings, the S registries may only be changed within certain limits. The modem still reports OK although the value has not changed as specified. We recommend checking the results after each write attempt, using the
ATS<n>? command.
ATS<n>=<x> Sets the S registry n to the value x.
ATS<n>?
Shows the value of the S registry n.
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Command
Description
AT%S<n>
Ability to switch between DCD and DSR lines
AT&S<n>
AT%S0
The DSR signal is on the DSR line
The DCD signal is on the DCD line
(default)
AT%S1
The DSR signal is on the DCD line
The DCD signal is on the DSR line
(Interchangeability of the lines)
DSR behavior
This command determines how the modem treats its DSR (CT107) output.
AT&S0
AT&S1
AT*S<n>
DSR always ON (default).
DSR ON after a response tone has been detected.
DSR OFF when no carrier is detected any more.
Selects the transmission speed at the serial interface.
The settings can be selected with this command. This will, however, not switch off the
automatic detection. As soon as an AT is recognized, the serial interface will set itself
to the recognized speed and protocol.
If no AT is sent, the selected speed is maintained until a hardware reset is performed.
If the selected speed should be maintained longer, it must be stored with AT&W.
This command will not change the registry S23! It only changes if
the automatic speed detection is used.
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AT*S0
Maintaining the current speed.
AT*S1
300 bps
AT*S2
600 bps
AT*S3
1,200 bps
AT*S4
2,400 bps
AT*S5
4,800 bps
AT*S6
9,600 bps
AT*S7
19,200 bps
AT*S8
38,400 bps
AT*S9
57,600 bps
AT*S10
115,200 bps
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT-STE=<n>
Priority Circuit for Modems with Phones Connected in Series
The INSYS Modem 56k small INT gives a phone connected in series priority, to make
sure it interferes as little as possible with the usage of the phone connection. (see
Chapter 5.10)
Monitoring Functions:
1)
Detecting a busy phone line
During a dial-up attempt, the model detects the busy phone line
(LINE IN USE).
2)
Going off-hook on account of a telephone connected in series
If a telephone connected in series goes off-hook during an existing
modem connection, the modem will immediately terminate the
connection.
The telephone is connected to the line and receives a
dialing tone.
3)
Remote terminal connection abort
When the remote terminal aborts a connection, the modem
will immediately terminate the connection.
Command
AT-STE=0
AT-STE=1
AT-STE=2
AT-STE=3
AT-STE=4
AT-STE=5
AT-STE=6
AT-STE=7
ATT
Function 1
-√
-√
-√
-√
Function 2
--√
√
--√
√
Function 3
----√
√
√
√
(default)
Switching on inband signaling
Starting with this command, each dial up is performed with the tone dialing method,
until an ATP or ATDP command switches it back to pulse dialing.
AT-TRV
Phone Line Voltage Measurement (Tip Ring Voltage)
Use the command AT-TRV to measure the phone line voltage (Tip Ring Voltage). The
result is yielded in volt. For an existing connection the voltage range will be 5V – 12V.
Otherwise the voltage is higher than 20V. If the voltages are lower than 2V, no phone
line is connected.
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Command
Description
AT-TTE=U1,
U2, U3
Parameter Configuration for Priority Circuit
The command AT-TTE=U1, U2, U3 will set the change of the loop voltage. The settings are required to detect AT-STE=<n>.
(see Chap. 5.10)
U1
Line busy
Default factory setting: u1=1000 (10V)
U2
Going off-hook on account of a telephone connected in series
Default factory setting: u2=100 (1V)
U3
Remote terminal connection abort
Default factory setting: u3=500 (5V)
Note:
AT*U<n>
These settings cannot be stored with AT&W in the power fail-safe
memory.
Select the data format at the serial interface
The data format can be preselected with this command. This will, however, not switch
off the automatic detection. As soon as an AT is recognized, the serial interface will set
itself to the recognized speed and protocol.
If no AT is sent, the selected protocol is maintained until a hardware reset is performed. If the selected protocol should be maintained longer, it must be stored with
AT&W.
Attention:
AT*U0
AT*U1
AT*U2
AT*U3
AT*U4
AT*U5
AT*U6
AT*U7
AT*U8
AT*U9
ATV<n>
This command will not change the registry S23! It only changes if the
automatic speed and protocol detection is used.
8 data bits,
7 data bits,
7 data bits,
7 data bits,
7 data bits,
7 data bits,
7 data bits,
8 data bits,
8 data bits,
8 data bits,
no parity,
odd parity,
even parity,
no parity,
odd parity,
even parity,
no parity,
odd parity,
even parity,
no parity,
1 stop bit
1 stop bit
1 stop bit
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
2 stop bits
2 stop bits
1 stop bit
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
Format of modem messages
This command determines if the modem transmits messages to the application in
short or long format.
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ATV0
Messages in short format, i.e. only the error number
ATV1
Messages in long format, i.e. the error text (default)
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT\V<n>
Format of connect rate messages
AT*V
AT\V0
This command enables the display of the connect message in three
lines.
AT\V1
This command enables the display of the connect message in one
line. (default)
Definition of the common alarm texts (collective message)
for simple alarm:
Definition of the alarm text (maximum of 160 characters)
for pulse alarm:
Definition of the common part of the alarm message (maximum of 160 characters – within HSComm limited to 120 characters)
To the input AT*V the modem responds with NEW TEXT: and expects the input of
the alarm text (completed with <CR>).
This command is not available in the remote operation mode.
Relevant commands: AT*V, AT*V<n>
AT&Z0
AT*V?
Definition of messages/phone numbers
Definition of the SMS service center
Query of the common alarm texts (collective message)
The common part of the alarm message is queried with the command AT*V?.
AT*V<n>
Definition of the variable alarm texts and phone numbers
Definition of the alarm texts and phone numbers for the SMS dispatch.
After the input AT*V1 or AT*V2 the modem responds with NEW TEXT: and expects
an input in the format phone number,message<CR>
Phone number
Enter without characters for accessing the exchange (only required for service number)
Message
Alarm message (maximum of 80 characters)
For the transmission, the variable part (maximum of 80 characters) will be attached to
the common part (maximum of 160 characters) of the collective message. Of the
maximum of 240 characters, the first 160 characters are sent as SMS.
Relevant commands: AT*V<n>
AT&Z0
AT*V<n>?
Definition of messages/phone numbers
Definition of the SMS service center
Query of the variable alarm texts and phone numbers
The variable part of the alarm message and the target phone number are queried with
AT*V1? or AT*V2?.
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Command
Description
AT&V<n>
Show the configurations
AT&V0
The active configuration of the modem, the saved user defaults and
the saved phone numbers 0 to 3 (the parameter 0 may be omitted) are
displayed
AT&V1
Displays the diagnostic data of the last connection (connection partner, reason for disconnect).
TERMINATION REASON: Reason for disconnect.
E.g.: Connection termination via command (ATH: “LOCAL REQUEST”).
LAST TX rate: Last baud rate at the phone line in send direction,
prior to the termination.
HIGHEST TX rate: Highest baud rate that was achieved at the
phone line in send direction, prior to the termination.
LAST RX rate: Last baud rate at the phone line in receive direction,
prior to the termination.
HIGHEST RX rate: Highest baud rate that was achieved at the
phone line in receive direction, prior to the termination.
Note:
The data rates may vary if a fall forward, fall back or retrain
occurred during the connection. To impact the negotiated data rate,
use the command AT+MS.
PROTOCOL: Displays the used error correction protocol. “LAPM“
equals a V.42 secured connection. For “NONE”, the connection was not
error corrected (the error corrected can be influenced with the command AT\N).
COMPRESSION: Displays the used data compression method. The example shows the used compression method V.42bis (the compression
method can be set with the command AT%C).
LINE QUALITY: Displays the quality of the data connection (deviation from the eye diagram). Low values indicate a good line quality.
The line quality value must be evaluated differently depending on the
negotiated data rate.
Connections with more than 9600 baud will reach the value “000” for
good lines and should not have values of more than “010”.
For connections with 33600 baud good lines will have values between
010…030. Depending on the settings and the modulation type a fall
back or retrain is triggered if the line quality is too bad to enable a new
negotiation of the connection (if necessary with a slower speed).
Rx LEVEL: Displays the receive level (which is internally applied at
the modem chip) in –dBm. High values indicate a low input level, low
values indicate a high input level. The optimum receive levels range
from approx. 012 to 028. To high levels could cause distortions; too
low levels will cause the line noise to have a negative impact on the
connection quality.
Local Rtrn Count: Number of retrains (renegotiation of the connection), triggered by the local modem.
Remote Rtrn Count: Number of retrains (renegotiation of the
connection), triggered by the remote modem.
AT&V3
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Display of the currently set baud rate (AT*S<n>) as well as the currently set data format (AT*U<n>).
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Command
Description
AT+VCID=<n>
Set CLIP
AT Command Set
With this function, the phone number of the caller can be displayed during an incoming call.
(Only for phone lines or systems that support CLIP. If you want to use the CLIP function, please ask your network provider, if your connection supports this function.
The following countries support CLIP:
Australia, Belgium, China, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Canada, Korea, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Norway,
Austria, Sweden, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, USA).
AT+VRID=<n>
AT+VCID=0
Switches the CLIP function off (default).
AT+VCID=1
Switches the CLIP function on and displays the ID preformatted for
incoming calls.
AT+VCID=2
Switches the CLIP function on and displays the ID unformatted for incoming calls.
Set last received CLIP
The command AT+VRID displays the CLIP of the last caller.
ATW<n>
AT+VRID=0
Displays the ID preformatted.
AT+VRID=1
Displays the ID unformatted.
Error correction messages
This command defines which details regarding the data transmission rate need to be
specified for a CONNECT message.
AT&W<n>
ATW0
The modem reports the baud rate between modem and PC. (default)
ATW1
During the connection setup, the modem reports the phone line speed,
the error correction protocol and the PC baud rate.
ATW2
The modem reports the phone line speed.
Save the configuration
The command saves the current modem configuration including the S registry in one
of the two user-defined defaults.
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AT&W0
Save in user default 0
AT&W1
Save in user default 1
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Command
Description
ATX<n>
Extended result messages, dial tone detection
The command determines which group of messages the modem sends to the PC. This
is important for PBXs, as often a leading 0 or 9 must be dialed before a dialing tone is
heard on the line. Blind dialing (dialing without detecting the dialing tone) is activated
or deactivated according to the parameter. The detection of the dialing tone, however,
can always be enforced using the parameter W in the ATD dialing string (see command
ATD). In the mode AT+FCLASS=1,2, the modem always sends the message CONNECT to the PC without specifying the transmission speed.
AT*X
ATX0
No detection of the dialing tone, i.e. an unsuccessful dialing attempt
leads to the message NO CARRIER.
No detection of the busy signal, i.e. when calling a busy line the message NO CARRIER is displayed. The message is displayed without
specifying the speed.
ATX1
As ATX0, but the CONNECT message contains the speed specification.
ATX2
Dialing tone detection is active, i.e. a dialing attempt without the presence of a dialing tone leads to the message NO DIALTONE.
No detection of the busy signal, i.e. when calling a busy line the message NO CARRIER is displayed.
ATX3
No detection of the dialing tone, i.e. an unsuccessful dialing attempt
leads to the message NO CARRIER.
Busy signal detection active, i.e. when calling a busy line the message
BUSY is displayed.
ATX4
Dialing tone detection is active, i.e. a dialing attempt without the presence of a dialing tone leads to the message NO DIALTONE. (default)
Busy signal detection is active, i.e. when calling a busy line the message
BUSY is displayed.
Terminate remote configuration
The command AT*X terminates a remote configuration (like the command AT*E).
AT&Y<n>
ATZ<n>
Selection of user configuration for hardware reset
AT&Y0
For a hardware reset following the AT&Y0-command, the user default
0 (created using the AT&W0 command) is loaded into the current modem configuration.
AT&Y1
For a hardware reset following the AT&Y1-command, the user default
1 (created using the AT&W1 command) is loaded into the current modem configuration.
Software reset
The command causes the modem to perform a software reset. The modem will load
the default saved by the user (according to the parameter). If no parameter is specified, the user default 0 is loaded.
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ATZ0
Software reset; afterwards the user default 0 is loaded.
ATZ1
Software reset; afterwards the user default 1 is loaded.
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AT Command Set
Command
Description
AT&Z<n>
Save phone numbers
The command saves four entries permanently in the EEPROM. Each entry may consist
of up to 35 characters. The entries may be overwritten and must comply with the dialing string as described in the ATD command.
AT&Z<n>=xxx
n
xxx
This is the number of the list entry (from 0 to 3).
This is the dialing string with the phone number.
Layout of the alarm functions and security callback:
<Pause> +++
<Pause>
<Pause> ****
<Pause>
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AT&Z0=xxx
Number of the modem or fax for a simple alarm message
Service center number of the GSM provider for SMS access
AT&Z1=xxx
Enter the callback number for security callback
AT&Z2=xxx
Number of the mobile phone for simple alarm messages
AT&Z3=xxx
Number of the fax machine for collective alarm messages
Change from data mode to command mode (online command mode).
1 second pause before and after the entry, no <CR>. After the response OK, an additional waiting period of 1 second for the re-entering of AT commands must be observed.
Start of the remote configuration at the local modem
After the 4 escape characters **** were entered at the local modem (1 second pause
before and after the entry, no return - <CR> -), the remote configuration at the remote
terminal is activated. After the response OK, an additional waiting period of 2 seconds
for the re-entering of AT commands must be observed.
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9.2 Overview Fax and Voice Commands
More detailed information regarding the Fax Class 2 commands and a document
regarding voice commands can be obtained from your supplier.
9.3 AT Messages
List of message numbers and messages texts depending on the command
ATX<n>.
Message Number
Short form
ATX<0>
ATX<1>
ATX<2>
ATX<3>
ATX<4>
+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
3
X
7
BUSY
3
3
3
X
X
8
NO ANSWER
1
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
CARRIER 300
X
X
X
X
X
44
CARRIER 1200/75
X
X
X
X
X
45
CARRIER 75/1200
X
X
X
X
X
46
CARRIER 1200
X
X
X
X
X
47
CARRIER 2400
X
X
X
X
X
+F4
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Message text in long form
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Message Number
Short form
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Message text in long form
AT Command Set
ATX<0>
ATX<1>
ATX<2>
ATX<3>
ATX<4>
48
CARRIER 4800
X
X
X
X
X
49
CARRIER 7200
X
X
X
X
X
50
CARRIER 9600
X
X
X
X
X
51
CARRIER 12000
X
X
X
X
X
52
CARRIER 14400
X
X
X
X
X
53
CARRIER 16800
X
X
X
X
X
54
CARRIER 19200
X
X
X
X
X
55
CARRIER 21600
X
X
X
X
X
56
CARRIER 24000
X
X
X
X
X
57
CARRIER 26400
X
X
X
X
X
58
CARRIER 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
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CONNECT 26400
1
X
X
X
X
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CONNECT 28800
1
X
X
X
X
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COMPRESSION: CLASS 5
X
X
X
X
X
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COMPRESSION: V.42 bis
X
X
X
X
X
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COMPRESSION: NONE
X
X
X
X
X
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PROTOCOL: NONE
X
X
X
X
X
77
PROTOCOL: LAP-M
X
X
X
X
X
78
CARRIER 31200
X
X
X
X
X
79
CARRIER 33600
X
X
X
X
X
80
X
X
X
X
X
81
PROTOCOL: ALT
PROTOCOL: ALT-CELLULAR
X
X
X
X
X
84
CONNECT 33600
X
X
X
X
X
91
CONNECT 31200
X
X
X
X
X
150
CARRIER 32000
X
X
X
X
X
151
CARRIER 34000
X
X
X
X
X
152
CARRIER 36000
X
X
X
X
X
153
CARRIER 38000
X
X
X
X
X
154
CARRIER 40000
X
X
X
X
X
155
CARRIER 42000
X
X
X
X
X
156
CARRIER 44000
X
X
X
X
X
157
CARRIER 46000
X
X
X
X
X
158
CARRIER 48000
X
X
X
X
X
159
CARRIER 50000
X
X
X
X
X
160
CARRIER 52000
X
X
X
X
X
161
CARRIER 54000
X
X
X
X
X
162
CARRIER 56000
X
X
X
X
X
165
CONNECT 32000
X
X
X
X
X
166
CONNECT 34000
X
X
X
X
X
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Message Number
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Message text in long form
ATX<0>
ATX<1>
ATX<2>
ATX<3>
ATX<4>
167
CONNECT 36000
X
X
X
X
X
168
CONNECT 38000
X
X
X
X
X
169
CONNECT 40000
X
X
X
X
X
170
CONNECT 42000
X
X
X
X
X
171
CONNECT 44000
X
X
X
X
X
172
CONNECT 46000
X
X
X
X
X
173
CONNECT 48000
X
X
X
X
X
174
CONNECT 50000
X
X
X
X
X
175
CONNECT 52000
X
X
X
X
X
176
CONNECT 54000
X
X
X
X
X
177
CONNECT 56000
X
X
X
X
X
178
CONNECT 230400
X
X
X
X
X
180
CARRIER 28000
X
X
X
X
X
181
CARRIER 29333
X
X
X
X
X
182
CARRIER 30667
X
X
X
X
X
183
CARRIER 33333
X
X
X
X
X
184
CARRIER 34667
X
X
X
X
X
185
CARRIER 37333
X
X
X
X
X
186
CARRIER 38667
X
X
X
X
X
187
CARRIER 41333
X
X
X
X
X
188
CARRIER 42667
X
X
X
X
X
189
CARRIER 45333
X
X
X
X
X
190
CARRIER 46667
X
X
X
X
X
191
CARRIER 49333
X
X
X
X
X
192
CARRIER 50667
X
X
X
X
X
193
CARRIER 53333
X
X
X
X
X
194
CARRIER 54667
X
X
X
X
X
Notes regarding the table:
An X in the column indicates that a message is either sent in long or short form (depending on the ATV command). In the topmost line, the characters 0 to 4 each indicate the
parameters for the commands ATX0 to ATX4.
If there is a number in a column, this indicates that an error message is displayed according to the error number.
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S Registry
10 S Registry
S registries may be read and written using the ATS<n> command. (See Chapter 9
"AT Command Set", command ATS<n>) Certain S registries may only be read; into
others only a particular range of values may be entered.
If the range of values is exceeded, the modem will report OK, although the value
was not accepted. We therefore recommend to immediately check modifications
by reading (ATS<n>?).
Note:
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These registries are stored in the user defaults with AT&W0 or AT&W1.
10.1 Overview S Registry
Register
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Function
Units
Range
Default
S0*
Number of ringing tones until automatically going offhook
Ringing
tones
0-5
5
S1
Ringing tone counter
Ringing
tones
0-255
0
S2*
Escape
ASCII
0-255
43
S3
Return
ASCII
0-127
13
S4
Linefeed character
ASCII
0-127
10
S5
Backspace character
ASCII
0-255
8
S6*
Waiting period dial tone
s
4-7
4
S7*
Waiting period carrier signal
s
0-100
60
S8*
Dial tone delay
s
1-7
2
S9*
Reaction time carrier signal
0.1 s
1-255
6
S10*
Time period between lost carrier signal and hang up
0.1 s
20-254
20
S12*
Transmission clock of the ESC characters
0.02 s
0-255
50
S13*
Number of dialing attempts to send the message
1-12
3
S14*
General settings
S15*
DTC Time Settings
S17*
Initial character for remote configuration
S21*
Settings for V24
116
S22*
Speaker system settings
75h (117)
S24*
Time period until switching into sleep mode
s
0-255
0
S25
Time period for DTR signal
0.01 s
0-255
5
S26
Time period between RTS/CTS
0.01 s
0-255
1
S27*
General settings
-
S29
Time period for modifier “Flash”
10 ms
138
1s
0-255
0*
0-127
42
137
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17
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Register
Function
Units
Range
Default
S30
Time period until hang up due to silence
10 s
0-255
0
S31*
General settings
-
C2h (194)
S36*
Reset of error logs
-
135
S38
Time period until forced hang up
s
S39*
Flow control
-
3
S40*
General settings
-
104
S41*
General settings
-
195
S46*
V.42bis Data Compression
-
138
S48*
V42bis Connection setup protocol
-
7
S86
Error event code
-
Read-only
S91*
Transmit Level
-
S95*
Result code
-
0-255
0-15
20
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10.2 Description S Registry
Note:
Registries marked with *) are stored in the user defaults with the command
AT&W- Befehl.
S0*
Number of ringing tones until automatically going off-hook
Number of rings until the modem goes off-hook
For S0=0 the modem will not go off-hook when a call comes in. The value of S0
can be between 0 and 5.
S1
Ringing tone counter
Counter for call ringing. S1 is read-only. S1 will be reset to zero, when the modem
answers a call.
S2*
Escape
Escape character which causes a switch from data mode to online command input
mode. Values larger than 127 will result in no ESC character being recognized.
S3
Return
Carriage Return Character (CR).
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S4
Linefeed character
Linefeed character
S5
Backspace character
Backspace character
S6*
Waiting period dial tone
Maximum waiting time for the dialing tone. After the modem went off-hook it
waits 7 seconds for the dialing tone (fixed for approval purposes). If it detects a
dialing tone during this waiting period it will start dialing.
If it does not detect a dialing tone, it will check if dial tone recognition is activated
or if the dialing string (Chapter 9 „AT Command Set“, command ATD) contains the
parameter W. If the dialing tone detection is not activated, the modem waits for
the dialing tone. The waiting time (in seconds) is specified in S6.
The value of the S6 registry can be between 4 and 7 seconds.
S7*
Waiting period carrier signal
Wait for the carrier frequency from the other modem. The maximum time for the
modem to wait for a response from the other modem is specified in S7. The time
starts running as soon as the modem has finished dialing. The value of S7 can be
between 0 and 180 seconds.
S8*
Dial tone delay
Dial pause time, if a comma is included in the dialing string. If there is a comma in
the dialing string, the modem will wait during the dialing procedure, until the
time specified in S8 (in seconds) has run out. The value of S8 can be between 1
and 7 seconds.
S9*
Reaction time carrier signal
DCD response time for the carrier frequency from the other modem. The DCD output of the RS232 interface (CT109) of the modem switches to ON, when the carrier
frequency from the other modem is detected before the time defined in S9 (in
tenth of seconds) runs out. S9 must be smaller than S10.
S10* Time period between lost carrier signal and hang up
The time which leads to termination after carrier frequency loss. In S10, the time
is specified in tenth of seconds, which the modem awaits to disconnect, if it
can’t detect the carrier frequency from the other modem anymore.
S12* Transmission clock of the ESC characters
Minimum pre and post run time and maximum interim time in 1/50 of seconds
between two characters. This must be observed, if the modem is supposed to detect an abort sequence (usually +++).
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S13* Number of dialing attempts to send the message
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0 – 3
Number of dialing attempts
Bit 4 - 7
Reserved
Range of values:1...12
Default value: 3
S13 determines the number of attempts to send the
message.
Note:
The limitation to a maximum of 12 attempts is necessary for approval purposes (black listing).
S14* General settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0
Reserved
Bit 1
Echo on inputs
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 3
Result format
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 5
Tone/pulse dialing
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 7
Originate/answer
Command echo
0: Echo off
1: Echo on
Result codes:
0: Message numbers (ATV0)
1: Message texts (ATV1)
Tone/pulse
0: Tone dialing (ATT)
1: Pulse dialing (ATP)
Originate/answer
0: Answer mode
1: Originate mode
S15*
DTC Time Settings
The idle connection control is a function integrated in the firmware which monitors the data transmission in online mode. This function prevents the modem to
stay online for an unlimited amount of time, although no data is being transmitted anymore.
In the registry S15, any time period between 1 and 255 seconds may be entered. If
S15 is set to 0, the idle connection control is switched off.
The timer will run immediately after the modem goes off-hook. As soon as the
timer has run out, a modem reset is performed (which will forcibly lead to the
hanging up of the modem).
S17*
Initial character for remote configuration
In S17, the ASCII code of a character which is used to start the remote configuration, is defined. Values >127 switch the remote configuration off completely. The
default setting in S17 is “42”, which equals the ASCII character “*”. This means
that the remote configuration is started with the Escape character sequence
<Pause> **** <Pause>.
Note: The number of characters in the Escape sequence is fixed to “4” characters).
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S21* Settings for V24
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0.1
Reserved
Bit 2
CTS behavior
CT106 (CTS) behaviour:
0: see AT\K0
1: see AT&R1
Bit 3-4
DTR behavior
CT108 (DTR) behaviour:
0: see AT&D0
1: see AT&D1
2: see AT&D2
3: see AT&D3
Bit 5
DCD behavior
CT109 (DCD) behavior:
0: see AT&C0
1: see AT&C1
Bit 6
DSR behavior
CT107 (DCD) behavior:
0: see AT&S0
1: see AT&S1
Bit 7
Long-term interruption
Long space disconnect:
0: see ATY0
1: see ATY1
S22* Speaker system settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0.1
Speaker volume
Bit 2-3
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Bit 4-6
Error message group
Bit 7
Stores the setting of AT*L
Speaker volume:
0: Off
1: Silent
2: Medium
3: Loud
(ATL0)
(ATL1)
(ATL2)
(ATL3)
Speaker control:
0: Off
1: On until carrier
2: Always on
3: On at establishing
(ATM0)
(ATM1)
(ATM2)
(ATM3)
Limit result codes:
0: see ATX0
4: see ATX1
5: see ATX2
6: see ATX3
7: see ATX4
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S24*
Time period until switching into sleep mode
The time after which the modem switches to energy saving mode (sleep) during
inactivity is determined (in seconds) in S24. The energy saving mode will be quit
as soon as characters are sent to the modem, or when a call comes in.
Note:
When the modem is in sleep mode, it is necessary to send an “AT”
command before sending other commands. This first “AT” command may not be answered with “OK”. Further AT commands may
be entered immediately.
S25
Time period for DTR signal
Time period, in which a modem waits without a DTR signal before it hangs up
(1/100 seconds).
S26
Time period between RTS/CTS
Time period between RTS and CTS activation in 1/100 seconds.
S27* General settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0-3
RS232-Mode
Bit 4.5
Reserved
Bit 6
CCITT or Bell
Modulation
Bit 7
Asynchronous Mode Selection:
0: see AT&M0 or AT&Q0
9: see AT&Q5
10: see AT&Q6
CCITT/Bell Select
0: CCITT Modulation
1: Bell Modulation
Remote control
0: Remote control OFF
1: Remote control ON
S29
Time period for modifier “flash”
Sets the time period in tenths of seconds, after which the modem hangs up due to
a flash in the dialing string.
S30
Time period until hang up due to silence
Time period, in which the modem waits without activity before hanging up. Units
in seconds (only for FAX Class 1).
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S Registry
S31* General settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0
Reserved
Bit 1
Description
Connect message
0: 3- line message (AT\V0)
1: Expanded 1-line message
(AT\V1)
Error correction
Messages
Messages:
0: Only PC baud rate
1: PC and phone baud rate
2: Only phone baud rate
(ATW1)
(ATW2)
Bit 4-7
Reserved
S36* Reset of error logs
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0..2
Determines what happens
if an attempt to establish a
V.42 LAP-M connection
fails. It is connected to the
registry S48.
Bit 3.0.4
S38
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SMS type
0
Modem hangs up
1
Modem stays online and establishes a direct
mode connection.
2
Reserved
3
Modem stays online and establishes a direct
mode connection.
4
Modem attempts to establish a MNP connection. In case of failure it hangs up.
5
Modem attempts to establish a MNP connection. In case of failure a direct mode
connection is established.
6
Reserved
7
Modem attempts to establish a MNP connection. In case of failure a normal mode connection is established.
0:
normal fixed network modem
(AT*M0)
1:
D1 and E networks
(AT*M1)
2:
D2 network
(AT*M4)
5:
Fax
Bit 6
Key abort
0:
1:
Key abort activated
Key abort deactivated
Bit 7
Call acceptance
1:
0:
Call answer not locked
Call acceptance locked
(AT*M5)
(AT*A1)
(AT*A0)
Time period until forced hang up
Maximum time left for the buffers to empty their data, after a command to hang
up has been received. Only applies to error corrected connections.
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S39* Flow control
Selection of the data flow control between the modem and the application.
S39=0
No data flow control (AT&K0)
S39=3
RTS/ CTS data flow control (AT&K3)
S39=4
XON/ XOFF data flow control (AT&K4)
S39=5
Transparente XON data flow control (AT&K5)
S39=6
RTS/CTS and XON/XOFF data flow control
S40* General settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 3-5
Break behavior
Break handling
0: see AT\K0
1: see AT\K1
2: see AT\K2
3: see AT\K3
4: see AT\K4
5: see AT\K5
Bit 6-7
MNP block size
MNP block size
0: 64 characters
1: 128 characters
2: 192 characters
3: 256 characters
(AT\A0)
(AT\A1)
(AT\A2)
(AT\A3)
S41* General settings
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0.1
Select compression type
Compression Selection
0: No compression (AT%C0)
1: MNP5
(AT%C1)
2: V42bis
(AT%C2)
3: MNP5 or V.42bis (AT%C3)
Bit 2
Auto retrain
Auto retrain control
0: No auto retrain (AT%E0)
1: Auto retrain
(AT%E1)
Bit 3
Reserved
Bit 4
MNP block mode
reserved for 56k models
Bit 5
Reserved
Bit 6
Fallback/Fallforward
Bit 7
80
Block Mode Control MNP
0: Stream Mode
1: Block mode
(AT\L0)
(AT\L1)
FB/FF control
0: No FB/FF
1: FB/FF
(AT%E2)
Reserved
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S46*
S Registry
V.42bis Data Compression
S46=136 No data compression
S46=138 V.42bis data compression on
S48*
V.42bis Connection setup protocol
S48=0
Only LAPM connection possible
S48=7
LAPM or MNP 4 connection
S48=128 Connection protocol as laid down in S36
S86
Error event code
When a connection fails (NO CARRIER), an event code is written into this registry.
S86=0
S86=4
S86=5
S86=6
S86=7
S86=8
S86=9
S86=10
S86=11
S86=12
S86=13
S86=14
S86=15
S86=16
S86=17
S86=18
S86=19
S86=20
S86=22
S86=23
S86=25
S86=26
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Normal disconnect, no error
Carrier lost
No establishing of an error-corrected (V.42) connection
No extensions could be negotiated
Remote terminal only supports synchronous modems
No joint framing detected
No protocol could be established
Invalid answer when negotiating extensions
No synchronous marks received from remote terminal
Normal disconnection by remote terminal
Remote terminal didn’t respond any more (ten attempts)
Protocol error
DTR drop
Remote terminal demanded cleardown (GSTN cleardown)
Inactivity timer expired
Desired speed is not supported
Long space disconnect
Key abort (character was sent during connection setup)
No connection setup possible
Cleardown after 3 retrains
Termination of the connection by the remote terminal or by a phone
connected in series
Remote terminal hung up
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S Registry
S91*
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Transmit Level
The value for the transmit level of the modem is stored in the S91 registry. The
value can be set between 0 and 15. The connection can in some cases be improved
by decreasing the transmit level.
S91=0
Transmit level -1 dBm
S91=15
Transmit level -16 dBm
Note:
The range and the default value depend on the country settings
(AT+GCI).
S95* Result code
82
Bit
Meaning
Bit 0
CONNECT message with line speed
Bit 1
CONNECT/ARQ message for error corrected connection
Bit 2
CARRIER messages enabled (messages 40 – 47)
Bit 3
PROTOCOL messages enabled (messages 70 - 80)
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 5
COMPRESSION messages enabled (messages 66 - 69)
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 7
Reserved
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11
Sending SMS as Fax or E-mail
Sending SMS as Fax or E-mail
Chapter 11 shows an overview of network providers for German-speaking countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland). All necessary information is available from
the customer service center of the provider.
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*FAX#This is a
test
0941586920
+41794998123
Swisscom
(Switzerland)
Area code+phone number
This is a test
0941586920
43900664914
A1
(Austria)
Area code+phone number
This is a test
990941586920
01930100
T-COM
(Germany)
99+area code+
Phone number
Service center
Network provider
Phone number format
Example
SMS format
11.1 SMS as Fax
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84
Service center
01930100
43900664914
+41794998123
Network provider
T-COM
(Germany)
A1
(Austria)
Swisscom
(Switzerland)
E-mail address+space+text
Text
E-mail address
555
E-mail address+space+text
SMS format
8000
Phone
number
abc@defg.de
abc@defg.de
E-mail address
abc*defg.de This is a test
This is a test
abc*defg.de This is a test
Example
Sending SMS as Fax or E-mail
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
11.2 SMS as e-mail
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FAQ
FAQ
In the following some questions are described, which – from experience – may occur during the installation.
Problem:
Possible cause:
Remedy
The modem does not accept
calls.
Automatic call acceptance is deac- Enter the following commands in
tivated.
the terminal program:
ATS0=2
AT*A1
The key entries are not disThe display of the key entries
played in the terminal program. (echo) is deactivated.
Activate the echo with ATE1.
The modem starts dialing after
the dialing command ATD has
been entered and reports the
error “No Dialtone”.
The phone line is interrupted.
Check the phone line.
The modem starts dialing after
the dialing command ATD has
been entered and reports the
error “No Dialtone”.
The modem is operated at a PBX.
The PBX requires
that a code number is dialed to
establish a connection
After the leading digit was dialed
without a ring back signal, inserting a W into the dialing string will
re-activate the ring back signal
detection.
(Example ATD0W12345).
or that the flash function is activated, before the dialing tone is
heard. The modem, however, is
awaiting a ring back signal already before the first digit is dialed.
After the ATD dialing comThe dialing lock of 3o seconds is
mand, the modem will not start active.
dialing right away.
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This problem can be solved by
blind dialing (dialing without ring
back signal) with the ATX3 command or by inserting the character > into the dialing string. (See
Chapter 9, command ATX,
command ATD)
See Chapter 5.2.8 “Dial-up Delay”.
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Problem:
Possible cause:
Remedy
It is not possible to establish a
phone connection.
The modem dials with the pulse
dialing method instead of the
required tone dialing method, or
vice versa.
You can determine if your phone
system dials with pulses or tones:
If you hear a rattling on the line
during dialing, you are using pulse
dialing. The dialing types can be
switched with the commands
ATDP or ATDT.
See also Chapter 9 “AT Command
Set”, commands ATDP,ATDT,
ATP, ATT.
The modem can send data, but The data flow control settings
can’t receive data.
(RTS/CTS) are wrong.
See Chapters 5.2.4 to 5.2.6
“Data flow control”.
The modem does not cooperate The communication program
with a particular communicaexpects a certain data flow contion program.
trol type. The modem has not
been set to the required type.
Setting the modem to the required data flow control type will
solve the problem. Most of the
time, the used communication
program allows the creation of an
initialization string, in which the
necessary settings can be entered.
This string is transmitted to the
modem during the program start.
See also the manual for the used
software and the paragraphs
regarding “Data Flow Control”
in Chapter 5.2.
The modem cannot communicate with another modem, or
only with errors.
The other modem uses a transmission protocol, which the local
modem cannot understand.
Using the data compression type
and error protocol required by the
other modem will solve the problem.
(See also Chapters 5.3 and 5.4
“Error Correction” and “Data
Compression”).
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13
Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
13.1 General
¾ All areas that can be opened are maintenance areas. Unauthorized
opening of a maintenance area and inappropriate repairs may endanger the user.
¾ The INSYS Modem 56k small INT may not be used in wet environments. Please also take care not to let liquids seep into the modem
as this may lead to short circuits.
¾ If a power failure occurs the device will not be operational. We recommend providing a separate circuit for the INSYS Modem 56k
small INT. If other devices experience short circuits, the INSYS Modem 56k small INT will thus not be inoperative.
¾ Using another power supply unit could damage the INSYS Modem
56k small INT; in this event, the manufacturer will assume no liability.
¾ We recommend installing a suitable overvoltage protection.
13.2 Cleaning
¾ For cleaning purposes, use a slightly damp cloth or an antistatic
cloth.
¾ Do not use solvents.
¾ In any case, please take care that no moisture seeps into the modem as this could damage the modem.
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Technical Data
14.1 Mechanical Features
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
Weight
3.53 oz
Dimensions (maximum)
w x d x h = 23 x 110 x 75
Temperature range
32.00°F..131°F
Protection class
Housing IP 40/ Terminal IP 20
Humidity
0 - 95% non-condensing
14.2 Power Supply
All specified technical data was measured with a nominal input voltage, full load,
and an ambient temperature of 77.00 °F. The threshold value tolerances are subject to the typical fluctuations. A maximum of one value may be operated in the
threshold value range.
To operate the INSYS modem, a suitable device protection must be used.
Power supply:
Power input:
10...32 V DC
approx. 2.5 W (during connection)
Current consumption:
88
Input voltage
Current
(closed circuit)
Current (connection)
Maximum startup
current
10 V DC
200 mA
240 mA
300 mA
24 V DC
100 mA
110 mA
150 mA
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Technical Data
14.3 PC Interface
14.3.1 Serial interface
(Only for INSYS Modem 56k small IINT 2.0)
Layout of the 9-pin D-SUB jack
Description of the signals on the 9-pin D-SUB connector on DCE side:
CCITT
V-24
EIA
RS232
DIN
66020
E/A DCE
to DTE
Data Carrier Detect
109
CF
M5
O
RXD
Receive Data
104
BB
D2
O
TXD
Transmit Data
103
BA
D1
I
Data Terminal Ready
108
CD
S1
I
Ground
102
AB
E2
9-pin D-Sub
DCE Pin No.
Description
AT command
1
DCD
AT&C
2
3
AT&D
Function
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
AT&S
Data set ready
107
CC
M1
O
7
RTS
AT&R
Request to send
105
CA
S2
I
8
CTS
AT&K
Clear to send
106
CB
M2
O
9
RI
Ring Indication
125
CE
M3
O
14.3.2 USB Interface
(Only for INSYS Modem 56k small INT USB 1.0)
Layout of the 4-pin USB jack, type B
Description of the signals:
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Pin
Name
1
USBVCC, USB supply voltage
2
D-, data line
3
D-, data line
4
GND, ground
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14.4 Possible Interface Speeds
Baud rate in bps
90
300
4.800
28.800
600
9.600
38.400
1.200
14.400
57.600
2.400
19.200
115.200
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Technical Data
14.5 Supported Transmission Standards
Transmission standard
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Transmission standard
V.17
9
V.44 Data Compression
9
V.21
9
V.90
9
V.21 Channel2
9
V.92
9
V.22A/B
9
Bell 212A and 103
9
V.22bis
9
Remote Maintenance
9
V.23
9
Fax group 3 send/receive
V.27ter
9
Fax class 1 command set
9
V.29
9
Fax class 2 command set
9
V.32bis
9
MNP 2-4 error correction
9
V.34
9
MNP 5 Data Compression
9
V.34+
9
MNP 10 error correction
9
V.42bis Data Compression
9
Security callback
9
V.42 LAPM error correction
9
Voice functions
9
up to 14,400 bps
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14.6 Telephone Interface
RJ 12 connector directed
backwards
b2 b1
a2 a1
RJ 12 connector front
Layout of the RJ12 Connector and the RJ45 Jack
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
NC
4
b1
2
a2
5
b2
3
a1
6
NC
Meaning of the Signals:
a1, b1: Incoming phone lines
(e.g. exchange connection or PBX)
a2, b2: They are used to connect a telephone in series. In idle state, a2 and b2
are connected with a1 and b1 via a loop current connector. a2 and b2 are
disconnected as soon as the modem occupies the line.
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Technical Data
14.7 ITU Standards (CCITT)
ITU Standards (CCITT) Meaning
V.21
Transmission with 300 bps (duplex)
V.22
Transmission with 1,200 bps (duplex)
V.22bis*
Transmission with 2,400 bps (duplex)
V.23
Send with 75 bps and receive with 1,200 bps and vice versa.
V.23 half-duplex
Send and receive with 1,200 bps.
V.25bis*
Alternate command set for AT command set
V.32
Transmission with 9,600 bps or (fallback) 7,200, 4,800 bps.
V.32bis*
Transmission with 14,400 bps or (fallback) 12,000, 9,600, 7,200, 4,800 bps.
V.FC
Transmission with 28,800 bps or (fallback) 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200,
16,800, 14,400 bps.
V.34
Transmission with 28,800 bps or (fallback) 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200,
16,800, 14,400 bps.
V.34+
Transmission with 33,600 bps or (fallback) 31,200, 28,800, 26,400, 24,000,
21,600, 19,200, 16,800, 14,400 bps.
K56flex
Transmission with 56,000 bps or (fallback) 54,000, 52,000, 50,000, 48,000,
46,000, 44,000, 42,000, 40,000, 38,000, 36,000, 34,000, 32,000 bps.
V.42
Error protection method for DCE’s with asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion
V.42bis*
Data compression method
V.90
Transmission with 56,000 bps or 54,667, 53,333, 52,000, 50,667, 49,333,
48,000, 46,667, 45,333, 42,667, 41,333, 40,000, 38,667, 37,333, 36,000, 34,667,
33,333, 32,000, 30,667, 29,333, 28,000 bps.
*bis = extended (french: secondly)
Bps indicates the transmitted bits per second.
Duplex means that the transmission takes place into both directions.
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Country Codes
INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
15 Country Codes
Adjust the modem to local requirements using the command
AT+CGI=<countrycode>
All other settings should be carried out after the country code has been
selected, because some factory settings depend on the country.
INSYS Modem 56k small INT
Country
TBR21*)
Standard countries
Extended
country groups
FD (default)
FD (default)
Egypt
38
Albania
B8
Algeria
FE
Andorra
FD
Argentina
07
Australia
09
Algeria
FE
Bangladesh
FE
Belgium*
FD/0F
Birma (Myanmar)
FE
Brazil
16
Bolivia
FE
Bosnia Herzegovina
FE
Brunei
FE
FD
Bulgaria
1B
Chile
25
China
26
Costa Rica
FE
Denmark*
FD/31
Germany
FD/42
Dominican Republic
33
Ecuador
FE
El Salvador
FE
Estonia
94
FD
F9
Finland*
FD/3C
FD
France*
FD/3D
FD
Greece*
FD/46
FD
Great Britain*
FD/B4
FD
Guatemala
FE
Honduras
FE
Hong Kong
50
India
53
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Country Codes
INSYS Modem 56k small INT
Country
Standard countries
Extended
country groups
Ireland*
FD/57
FD
Iceland*
FD/52
FD
Indonesia
54
Israel
Italy*
58
FD/59
ITU/Taiwan
FE
Japan
00
Yemen
FE
Jordan
FE
Cambodia
FE
Canada
20
Colombia
27
Republic of Korea
61
Croatia
FA
Kuwait
62
Laos
FE
Latvia
FD
Lebanon
FD
Lithuania
FE
6C
Macedonia
FE
Mexico
73
Monaco
FD
Montenegro
FE
New Zealand
Netherlands*
Oman
Austria*
FD
7E
FE
FD/7B
Nigeria
Norway*
FD
FD/69
Malaysia
Nicaragua
FD
64
Liechtenstein*
Luxembourg*
FD
81
FD/82
FE
FD/0A
FD
Pakistan
84
Panama
85
Paraguay
87
Peru
FE
Philippines
Poland
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FD
89
8A
Portugal*
FD/8B
Romania
8E
FD
95
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INSYS Modem 56k small INT 2.0/USB 1.0
INSYS Modem 56k small INT
Country
Standard countries
Extended
country groups
San Marino*
FD
FD
Saudi Arabia
98
Russian Federation
B8
Sweden*
FD/A5
FD
Switzerland
FD/A6*
FD
Senegal
Serbia
99
FE
Singapore
9C
Slovak Republic
FB
Slovenia
FC
Spain*
FD/A0
Sri Lanka
A1
South Africa
9F
Taiwan
FE
Thailand
A9
Czech Republic
2E
Turkey
AE
Tunisia
FE
Ukraine
FE
Hungary
51
Uruguay
USA
BB
United Arab Emirates
B3
Cyprus
96
B5
Venezuela
Belarus
*)
B7
FE
2D
The standard TBR21 applies to all public phone networks in EU countries (Belgium, Denmark, German, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy,
Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Sweden, Spain), as well as in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland. Only old telecommunications systems require the individual country to be set explicitly.
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