User’s Guide Manuel d’utilisation Benutzerhandbuch Mauale dell’utente Guía del usuario
Part No.: HMU.0550.003 Doc No.: NB235-0110A
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Modem user’s guide
This V.90 modem provides the highest speed access to the Internet and online services, and especially accelerates downloading of graphics, telegaming, and collaborative computing. It’s the highest speed international FAX/modem available. It has worldwide homologation support whichallows you to instantly configure the modem for telephone lines, so you don’t have to pay additional, up-front, monthly costs for special lines.
• • Highest Internet connection rates, downstream speeds to 56kbps, backward compatible with V.34 modems Data mode capabilities: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ITU-T V.90 data rates: 28000bps ~ 56000bps Ultrahigh compression throughput due toparallel access directly to the host PC ITU-T V.34 extended rates: 33600bps ~ 24000bps V.32terbo, V.32bis TIA/EIA 602 standard for AT command set V.42 error correction (LAPM and MNP) V42bis and MNP Class 5 data compression ITU-T V.17, V.29, V.27ter, and V.21 Channel 2 standards TIA/EIA 578 Class 1 FAX
Fax mode capabilities:
Auto-dial, call progress monitor Ring, line break detection LowPower consumption ITU standard V.92 software upgradeability Worldwide homologation support Software support
Note: Execute this program to match the country you are currently in for the modem to function properly.
Installing and Testing the Modem
Installing and Configuring the Software
Install the communications software according to the software user’s modem of the same COM port and IRQline used by the modem. You may be prompted by the software to configure certain communication parameters. We suggest the following settings:
Item Baud rate Data bits Parity Stop bit Flow control initialization string Suggested Setting 115200 bps 8 none 1 Xon./Xoff AT&F
Testing Your Modem
In order to check if the modem is installed properly, make sure that the COM Port and IRQ settings ofthe modem match the software. Type AT on your terminal screen and press ENTER. The modem should respond by displaying an OK (or 0). If it does not, either the modem may not have been installed properly or the software has not been properly configured.
Using Your Modem
The communications software included with your modem provides a user friendly interface to access the data and fax. The modem...