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Date:      Wed, 6 Nov 1996 14:44:26 -0600 (CST)
From:      "Paul T. Root" <>
Subject:   Re: Problems with dialup access
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <> from Stephen Couchman at "Nov 6, 96 12:19:24 pm"

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In a previous message, Stephen Couchman said:
> I am having problems setting my FreeBSD system to allow dialup access.
> The only way that I can get an intelligible login prompt is to force the
> FreeBSD system and the remote PC to use 19.2 kbaud.  If I try something
> like VH57600 in the ttys file (for the appropriate modem port, ttyd1),
> I  get garbage characters at the login.  No amount of <enter> or <break>
> characters entered from the PC will fix this.
> I added the suggested entries (from the Handbook) to gettytab since I am
> using a Hayes 28.8 modem on the server and a Megahertz 28.8 modem on the
> PC.

Have you tip'd into the modem to set the port speed? Most modern modems
set speed that way. So you need to connect to it out at least once.
So you need to do something like a:

tip -57600 cuaa0b

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