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Initialization String, USR model # 3094

By twisted_phuk69 ·
I was wondering if anyone has the initialization string for this modem, US Robotics, model# 3094, this is an oem product. I went to USR.com, but found nothing.

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Shorty_Lopez

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Initialization String, USR model # 3094

by Ann777 In reply to Initialization String, US ...

You might want to go to the below URL and download and unzip the driver (in the hope that there's also documentation on this model in the zip).

http://www.usr.com/support/s-modem/s-modem-oem-downloads.asp#3094

USR was bought out by 3COM...but I cannot find anything on their site with this model either.

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by opatzg In reply to Initialization String, US ...

I believe the initialization for all modems is :
AT<Carriage Return>
What are you trying to make it do?

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Initialization String, USR model # 3094

by RCOM In reply to Initialization String, US ...

It kind of depends on what software you're using.
Here's a couple of strings to try.

InitString=AT&FB0X4&A3&C1&D2&M4&H1&K1&B1S7=60

InitString=AT&F0W2&C1&D3S7=60

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by djent In reply to Initialization String, US ...

The init string is a combination of AT commands and S registers which vary with brand and model. The init string changes with the use (application)IE: Winfax uses a different string then Hyperterm. The AT command set is standard but the S regs can save a configuration to NVRAM. NVRAM has a finate number of write cycles. When write cycles expire it won't accept more writes till the NVRAM is replaced. If you can find the S reg set for your modem you can type an init string for your app. You can also try the S regs for a USR Sportster of comparable speed, might be the same or close enough. Do not include "&W" in an init string that runs often or your NVRAM will expire.

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