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Model String

Intel Ham All Modems AT&F&C1&D2%C0\N3S91=13S11=50

All Modems V90-Compression Stac ATM0L1S0=0&D2&C1S2=36S95=46&Q6S11=50S27=64

All Modems V90-Compression Stac ATM0L1S0=0&D2&C1S2=36S95=46&Q6S11=50S27=64

All Modems V90 ATM0L1S0=0&D2&C1S2=36S95=46&Q5S11=50S27=64

All Modems V90 ATS11=50S27=64

US Robotics 56K and 33.6 (ALL) AT&F1Q0V1X4&C1&D2&H1&I0&N0&S0&B1S0=0 S2=255&A3&K3

US Robotics 56K and 33.6 (ALL) AT&F1&B1&H1&A3&M4X4&K2&R2S12=0 S27=48S10=50

US Robotics 56K and 33.6 (ALL) AT&FX4&B1&C1&D3&H1&K2&M4S7=60

Lucent or Agere 56K AT&D2&C1X4V1Q0S7=70W1\N3&Q5&K3S38=0

Lucent or Agere 56K AT&FX&C1&D2S95=1 S11=50 S38=0-V90=1

Lucent or Agere 56K (V92) AT&FX&C1&D2S95=1 S11=50 S38=0-V90=0

LG LM-I56N 56K AT&F&C1&D2&K3&Q5E1V1Q0X4S11=50

LG LM-I56N 56K AT&FX&C1&D0E0W2S11=50

HSP (ALL) and PCTEL(ALL) AT&FM1N0X3&C1&D2&K6%C3%E2%N0\ G1S11=50S37=14

New Strings for Network Modem Speed (Update 10/30/2002).

Model String

Faster 3COM/US Robotics Connections ats27=64s15=128s11=50s28=0s36=7&F1M0

Modem Hayes 56K AT&F&C1&D2&K3&Q5E1V1Q0X4S11=50

Modem Hayes 56K AT&FX&C1&D0E0W2S11=50

Intel HAM (ALL)(Controller-based) AT &F E0 V1 W2 &D2 &C1 S0=0-C1

Intel HAM (ALL)(Alternate Controller-based) AT&F &C1 &D2 "H0 %C0 W2

Intel HAM (ALL)(PCI-Based) AT&F E0 Q0 X4 S0=0 &D2 &C1 &S0 V1 W2

Avoid Disconnections Using Most Modems ATS15=128 &K3 S34=32 S12=0

New Strings for Network Modem Speed (Update 06/06/2002).

Model String

Compaq Presario K56flex AT&FW1&C1&D3\N3\Q3S7=60

Genius 56K PCI-L. AT&D2&C1X4V1Q0S7=70W1\N3&Q5&K3S38=0

Genius 56K PCI-SM. AT&FX*MM16&C1&D2S10=200S15=125%B48

HSP Micromodem 56K AT&F&C1&D2

HSP Micromodem 56K AT&FX3%N6

HSP Audio Modem Hayser 56K AT&F&C1&D2X3N0S37=13

HSP Audio Modem Hayser 56K AT&F&C1&D2

HSP 56K (ALL) AT&FE1V1X4&C1&D2

HSP 56K (ALL) AT&FX3&C1&D2&K3W1N0S37=0

HSP 56K (ALL) ATX3N0S37=12

HSP 56K (ALL) AT&F&C1&D2W2S6=5S7=60S10=255^M

HSP 56K (ALL) AT&F&C1&D2&K3&Q5E1V1Q0X4

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX*MM16&C1&D2S10=200S15=125%B48

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX3&C1&D2S95=1S35=0^M

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX3&C1&D2S95=1S35=0*MM0^M

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX4&C1&D2S6=5S7=60S10=15^MS10=255

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX4&C1&D2S6=5S7=60S10=255^M

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX3&C1&D2S95=1S35=0*MM0^M*MM15*MM14

Motorola, SM56K

AT&FX*MM*MM14&C1&D2S10=200S15=125%B34

Motorola, SM56K

AT&F&C1&D2*MM15*MM14^M

PCTEL 56K (ALL) AT&FE1V1X4&C1&D2

PCTEL 56K (ALL) AT&FX3&C1&D2&K3W1N0S37=0

PCTEL 56K (ALL) ATX3N0S37=12

PCTEL 56K (ALL) AT&F&C1&D2W2S6=5S7=60S10=255^M

PCTEL 56K (ALL) AT&F&C1&D2&K3&Q5E1V1Q0X4

Connection -- Modem Initialization Strings

Select an link for specific modem settings. Note that V.90 disable codes forces the modems to connect at 33.6K or lower, while speed limiters modify the 56K speeds between 33.6K and 56K. (These should only be used by persons knowledgeable in configuring modems):

V.90 disable codes

The following init strings are used to disable V.90 connectivity on 56K modems unless otherwise noted:

Modem

Chipset

Init String

**V92 Modem** Any V.92 Chipset +PIG=1 (disables V92 upstream -- use if renegotiations are an issue)

56K Internet Fax (Gateway)

Lucent

-V90=0

AC-Link

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Actiontec Lucent -V90=0

Acer

Lucent

-V90=0

Ambient

Cirrus/Intel MD5620

+MS=V34,1,300,28800

AMR Modem

Agere

+MS=V34,0,300,33600

AOpen FM56-H 56000

Lucent

-V90=0

AOpen FM56-ITU2 56000

Creative

+MS=11,1

AOpen FM56-PM Conexant HCF +MS=V34

AOpen FM56-SV Conexant HSF +MS=V34

Aztech 56K

Creative

+MS=11,1

BCM V.90 (Gateway)

Broadcom BCM-4211

S51=63 (disables V.90)

S51=31 (disables X2/V.90)

Cirrus CLM Data Fax

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Compaq Internal 56K DF Lucent/Conexant HCF -V90=0

or

+MS=V34

(use Lucent string first)

Conexant Soft 56K

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Diamond Supra Max 56i

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Digicom di3635

Creative

+MS=11,1

Eiger Labs (EigerCom) PCI HSP AT&FS37=12N0%N5

Eiger Labs PCMCIA Lucent -V90=0

ESS (any modem labeled ESS)

Creative

+MS=11,1

HaM V.90

Intel MD5620

+MS=V34,1,0,0

or

+MS=V34,1,300,28800

HSP Micromodem 56

Conexant/HSP

+MS=V34

or

AT&FS37=12N0%N5

or

n0s37=12

LT Winmodem

Lucent Winmodem

Lucent V92 Winmodem

Lucent

-V90=0

or

S38=1-V90=0 (disables KFlex and V90)

or

-V90=1 (disables V92 and enables V90)

Magic MP56 (RC56DPF)

Rockwell NON-HCF

AT+MS=11,1,300,33600

MDP3800 U Modem

MDP3800 W Modem (Aztech)

MDP3900 Modem (Aztech)

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

MDP7800 U Modem

Lucent

-V90=0

Motorolla SM 56 Voice

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

PCTel

HSP

AT&FS37=12N0%N5

or

n0s37=12

SmartLink 56k Soft Modem SmartLink (PCMCIA) AT&F+MS=34,0,24000,33600

Telepath (Gateway)

USRobotics

S32=98

Toshiba

Lucent

-V90=0

USRobotics/3Com

USRobotics

S32=98

Viking 56K DFV

Lucent

-V90=0

Viking V.90 +56KFlex

Creative

+MS=11,1

Viva 56K modem

HSP

AT&FS37=12N0%N5

or

n0s37=12

Wisecom

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Xircom (some versions)

Lucent Apollo

-V90=0

Xircom Credit Card CM-56T

Xircom

+MS=K56,,,32000

Zoltrix HCF, ACF, HSF

Conexant HCF

+MS=V34

Zoltrix HSP

PCTel/HSP

AT&FS37=12N0%N5

Zoom 56K DualMode 56K Lucent S38=0

Zoom 56K Voice (Lucent)

Lucent

S109=0 (this code kills V.90)

or

S109=2 (this code kills KFlex)

Zoom 56K V.92

Hayes/Lucent

+MS=V90,0 (this code disables V.92 and enables V.90)

or

+MS=V34,1 (this code disables V90/V92 and enables V34)

V.90 Speed Modifiers

The following strings can modify V.90 protocols to force a specific connection rate (note that due to FCC regulations, 56K modems cannot establish a connection over 53K):

Lucent

Limiter digits (result in parenthesis)

-V90=x

where x equals limiter digit

0 (kills V.90)

1 (auto rate)

2 (28.8K)

3 (29.3K)

4 (30.6K)

5 (32K)

6 (33.3K)

7 (34.6K)

8 (36K)

9 (37.3K)

10 (38.6K)

11 (40K)

12 (41.3K)

13 (42.6K)

14 (44K)

15 (45.3K)

16 (46.6K)

17 (48K)

18 (49.3K)

19 (50.6K)

20 (52K)

21 (53.3K)

22 (54.6)

23 (56K)

Conexant/Rockwell

Example Code

Conexant non-HCF

+MS=12,0,44000,52000

Conexant HCF

+MS=V90,0,,,44000,52000

USRobotics/3com

Limiter digits (result in parenthesis)

&Ux&Nx

Where x equals limiter digit

&U=lowest speed

&N=highest speed

0 (no limit)

1 (300bps)

2 (1200bps)

3 (2400bps)

4 (4800bps

5 (7200bps)

6 (9600bps)

7 (12K)

8 (14.4K)

9 (16.8K)

10 (19.2K)

11 (21.6K)

12 (24K)

13 (26.4K)

14 (28.8K)

15 (31.2K)

16 (33.6K)

17 (28K)

18 (29.3K)

19 (30.6K)

20 (32K)

21 (33.3K)

22 (34.6K)

23 (36K)

24 (37.3K)

25 (38.6K)

26 (40K)

27 (41.3K)

28 (42.6K)

29 (44K)

30 (45.3K)

31 (46.6K)

32 (48K)

33 (49.3K)

34 (50.6K)

35 (52K)

36 (53.3K)

37 (54.6K)

38 (56K)

39 (57.3K)

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