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Date:      Sat, 01 Dec 2012 14:19:30 -0600
From:      Chris Petrik <>
Subject:   Re: set connection to a modem
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On 12/1/2012 12:38 AM, saeedeh motlagh wrote:
> thanks Ilya for your reply.  i'm using putty to connect to my modem
> and also/dev/cuauo as the config file. i can co
> nnect to my modem and it responses to AT commands that you suggest so every
> thing is ok.
> my question is: this connection via /dev/cuau0 can be configured, doesn't
> it? and if yes, through which config file i can set these settings such as
> speed, flow control, etc. for this connection?  for example, my modem
> works just
> with a specific speed. how i can tell  /dev/cuau0 device to talk to my
> modem with this speed? as i have no idea how to config the connection speed
> for this /dev/cuau0 device..
> any guidance would be really appreciated.
> thanks
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 1:19 AM, Fbsd8 <> wrote:
>> s m wrote:
>>> thanks guys for your replies,
>>> now i understand two types of connections are available by modem, dial-in
>>> and dial-out.
>>> honestly, i should do it for my boss and don't know what he should want
>>> exactly to do but i am sure that he has an external serial modem and wants
>>> to config it by AT commands via a freebsd system; therefore i think our
>>> connection is dial-out.
>>> now which files i should edit? just ppp.conf? and because our modem
>>> supports specific speed and flow control, is it necessary to set these
>>> parameters in my freebsd? and if yes, how i can do that?  please help me
>>> to
>>> do that
>>> thanks
>> There are very detailed ppp configuration instructions here
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I am just poking about so sorry if im off topic but you can possibly use
ppp to do this?

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