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Internal WinModem won't connect to PPP

By steves815 ·
Client with Boca WindStorm 56k voice modem (internal Tapi device) can't connect to 56 US Robotics on Unix host for PPP and normal login. User sees "Gibberish" in terminal window and cannot enter user id and password. Looks like a baud rate problem but all settings in Control Panel -> Modems are correct. Also speed settings in Dial-Up networking and Terminal software are correct.Other clients with external modems work fine. US Robotics modem is set to connect at incoming baud rate. Unix port is set at 38400. I feel this is a windows Tapi issue as external modem works correctly. Clues appreciated. More info available by e-mail if needed.

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by cpratt In reply to Internal WinModem won't c ...

I assume that you loaded the lastest drivers for that boca modem...
You might want to look into a utility call ispeed, I have used it in the past with troublsome or slow connections. I think it only tweaks the TCP/IP setting (which I don't think will help you), but I seem to remember it being able to change a bunch of PPP setting in the windows registry.

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