FaxMan SDK Version 4.7
Modem Configuration Information

FaxMan uses a default modem initialization string that works with most fax modems.

In order for the FaxMan server to work correctly with the modem the modems needs to have flow control enabled. The flow control can be set to hardware flow control, software flow control or both. Certain modems, in particular some USR models, do not have flow control enabled by default. Some modems will need special initialization strings. Though these will not be appropriate for every model under each listed manufacturer, here is a list of init strings that may be helpful: 

 

FaxMan Default Init String:

AT&FE0V1&C1&D2S0=0

 

Digi Acceleport RAS:

AT&FE0V1&K6&C1&D2S0=0

 

US Robotics Sportsters:

AT&F1E0V1&C1&D2S0=0

 

alternate USR string to enable both hardware and software flow control.

AT&F1&H3&I2&R2E0V1&C1&D2S0=0

 

Practical Peripherals:

AT&FE0V1&C1&D2&K4S0=0

 

MultiTech:

AT&FE0V1&C1&D2&E5S0=0

or for both Hardware & Software flow control:

AT&FE0V1&C1&D2&E4&E11S0=0

 

Hayes:

AT&FE0V1&C1&D2/Q1S0=0

or

AT&FE0V1&K4&C1&D2S0=0

 

To set these initialization strings you can:

 

1. Set the ActiveX control's DeviceInit string for any of the com ports you need to modify this for.

 

2. Set the Init property in the .Net component's Modem object.

 

2. Call the FaxConfigureDevice function in the DLL interface.

 

 

 


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