> On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, P.J. Ryan wrote:
> > Can anybody help me to configure pppd. My telephone line is
> through a pabx
> > and I need to dial 9 before I can get an outside line. The internal dial
> > tone results in No Dialtone (on minicom anyway).
>> You'll have to turn "Wait for dialtone" off. I can't remember the AT
> command for that - should be in the modem's doc.
Got there before me :)
It's ATx1 or ATX1 (try it as a capital, or as a lower case letter). It
should say error to the wrong
one. That makes it dial blind, so you probably wanna do:
atdt9,1891121121 for IOL (as an example) to make sure it waits 5 seconds
between dialling 9 and the full number.
System Administrator 4th Floor
WBT Systems x253 >
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