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SubjectRe: Turning lucent winmodem into soundcard (RT-Linux -when?)
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In article <37ED84D6.4491F577@infowebtelecom.com>,
Steve Underwood <steveu@infowebtelecom.com> wrote:
> Actually the USR modems usually do this wrong. Their tone detection is
> pathetic. The official approved Hong Kong version of the USR Sportster thinks
> our Hong Kong dial tone is busy tone, so I have to disable some of the tone
> detecting features. In any country the detector will only work part of the
> time. International calls obviously screw it. A laptop modem while roaming
> needs the tone detector turned off.

You make a strong case for easily changed international tone detection
settings -- there should be an AT command to say that you are now in
Hong Kong.
--
Shields.

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