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Date:      Tue, 2 Jan 1996 11:40:29 -0800 (PST)
From:      kline@tera.com (Gary Kline)
To:        d_burr@ix.netcom.com (Donald Burr)
Cc:        scouch@io.org, questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: iijpp STILL cannot talk to my modem :-((
Message-ID:  <9601021940.AA20864@tera.com>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.BSF.3.91.960102104749.287B-100000@ncc-1701-d> from "Donald Burr" at Jan 2, 96 10:49:34 am

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According to Donald Burr:
> 
> On Tue, 2 Jan 1996, Donald Burr wrote:
> 
> > [...my solution...]
> 
> To further elaborate, when you used tip and cu to access your modem, it 
> worked, because AFAIK tip/cu don't indiscriminately set crtscts on the 
> port they're accessing.  In fact, most programs don't.  This is why 
> /etc/rc.serial exists, so that default parameters for each serial port 
> can be set.  If you had a high speed modem and tried using it with 
> tip/cu, CRTSCTS would not be enabled, and because the modems weren't 
> handshaking, you'd end up with a lot of lost data and other nastiness due 
> to the high modem speed.
> 

		Hmm.  Would this explain why my modem frequently
		hangs when I try user-ppp?

		In /etc/rc.serial I have, as per the Web handbook:


# 
stty -f /dev/ttyid1 crtscts 115200
stty -f /dev/ttyld1 crtscts
stty -f /dev/cuaia1 crtscts 115200
stty -f /dev/cuala1 crtscts

		at the bottom of the file.  Is this correct?  Can
		you explain what this syntax means?

		gary kline






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