Re: At commands

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However, I don't really care about the dialing, I can solve other way. I'd really appreciate if you can help me with full duplex voice and the ascii code sequence to stop receiving ('cause now I'm closing it restarting the daemon).

Thanks.
Cheers,
Stefano

Il 25/04/2012 14:03, Spazzatura.Live ha scritto:
I already tried wvdial, but it seems to be just for ip connection on internet (which i really don't need).

I'm using slmodemd since the first time, the config file has the same arguments you suggested me (except for the country one because I'm in Italy so it's "-c ITALY")

Why should i use chatscript? Can't I go on with "minicom" and 'echo -en "ATCOMMAND\r" > /dev/ttySL0 && read -t1 < /dev/ttySL0 && echo "$REPLY"'?

Il 25/04/2012 04:09, Marvin Stodolsky ha scritto:
After (if necessary)
# modprobe snd-intel8x0m
activate your modem with:
#  slmodemd -c USA --alsa  modem:1

You could setup a chatscript to manage the dialout,
wherein you could put the line:
Carrier check = no
Search out the documentation on chatscript usage.

If you can install the wvdialconf package, a good first sanity test
(with slmodemd left running) is
# wvdialconf
which should report finding the modem.
# wvdial
is what we recommend for managing routine IP CONNECTs for Internet usage.

MarvS


On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 7:47 PM, Spazzatura.Live<kharhonte@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sorry, forgot it.

However it was just a mistake, it's Gentoo x86, not AMD64, confused my
laptop with my desktop (AMD64 from which I'm writing now...)

Il 24/04/2012 22:42, Marvin Stodolsky ha scritto:
  The ModemData.txt wasn't attached.

  Also just noticed your platform is x86_64 AMD
  while snd-intel8x0m will work, slamr cannot be used because it has a
  precompiled 32 bit component

  MarvS

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 4:30 PM, Spazzatura.Live<kharhonte@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
  Here's my ModemData.txt

I don't need the whole set of AT commands, just the one who disable the
  carrier detecting, the full duplex audio transmission and the "stop
  receiving" code...

The first one is optional because if I wanna make a call, I can just
record
the number's tone and make a script to call them in the right order from
the
  number... But it's a un-fency solution...

  Il 24/04/2012 21:27, Marvin Stodolsky ha scritto:

Send to the List (not me), the ModemData.txt file output when you run
  ./scanModem

With respect to the AT commands, many drivers under Linux do not have
  the full AT set implemented.

  MarvS

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 2:45 PM, Spazzatura.Live<kharhonte@xxxxxxxxxxx>
   wrote:
Since now it had not any die, however I built it as module and run
  scanModem. Should i put the output here?
"Carrier check = no", where should I put it? The only configuration
file
  I
  have (apart from udev's...) is from slmodem daemon
(/etc/conf.d/slmodem).

  Thanks a lot for your time!
  Cheers,
  Stefano

  Il 24/04/2012 16:07, Marvin Stodolsky ha scritto:

  get scanModem  and run, to output instructions.
snd-intel8xom driver should be a module, as unloading and reloading
is
  necessary, when the loaded driver dies occasionally.
  Carrier check = no
  Is necessary in some config file.

  More later, now on cellphone.
  MarvS

  On Apr 24, 2012 8:44 AM, "Spazzatura.Live"<kharhonte@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:kharhonte@xxxxxxxxxxx>>       wrote:

     Hi everyone!

I'm trying to make my modem work as phone but I found a lot of
issue:

     I don't know the AT command to stop AT+VRX.

     Don't know how to do full duplex:
(if i use AT+VTX+VRX it let me just send, AT+VRX+VTX just receive)

Need a full AT command list but really don't know where to find it
     after hours and hours of research...

     When i try to call someone:
     AT+FCLASS=8\r
     AT+VLS=1\r
     ATD<NUMBER>;\r (or ATD<NUMBER>\r)
     It starts calling, but if i give ANY command it tells me: "NO
CARRIER" and stop calling... I don't know how to disable carrier detection and ATS10=255 doesn't work. (Even some other commands i
     tried [AT&C0/1] etc...)

     I'm really going mad!

     These are my informations:

     lspci:
        00:1f.6 Modem: Intel Corporation 82801BA/BAM AC'97 Modem
     Controller (rev 05)

     Product data:
        Vendor=8086
        Product=2446

Chip=SmartLink SmartRISER561 ACR,AMR,CNR,MDC,Mini-PCI V.92 Soft ?
     (Maybe) ?

     Driver (that seems to fit):
        slmodem - http://wiki.debian.org/it/slmodem (8086:2446)
        INTEL AC-Link Controller (ICH) - Linuxant HSF softmodem -
     http://www.linuxant.com/drivers/hsf/index.php (8086:2446)



http://www.modem-help.co.uk/search.php?id=PCI\VEN_8086%26DEV_2446#results



<http://www.modem-help.co.uk/search.php?id=PCI%5CVEN_8086%26DEV_2446#results>


     ATI ->       SmartLink Soft Modem
     ATI1 ->       SmartLink Soft Modem, 2.9.11<cr>Smart Link Ltd.
     ATI2 ->       Like ATI1
     ATI3 ->       modem:1<cr>alsa modem driver

     Kernel driver=snd_intel8x0m (builtin)

     Software:
        slmodem-2.9.11-20110321
        ungrab-winmodem-2009-07-16
        Installed through customizing ebuild from
     http://gpo.zugaina.org/net-dialup/slmodem with latest version
     package and removing PCI_LEGACY check.

     OS:
        Gentoo AMD64 up-to-date

     Thanks for help.

     Cheers,
     Stefano






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