On Wed, 10 Oct 2001 16:09:52 Niall O Broin wrote:
> Sorry to burst your bubble Conor, but that's no good because Hyperterminal
> is a 'doze application and when 'doze is running, a Winmodem responds like a
> modem because the PC based driver and the DSP hardware combine to BE a
> modem. That's why I suggested DOS or Linux software.
Well, yes and no. You can tell a lot from ATI[0-7] under windows. In
particular, you can find out whether the chipset is a winmodem, and if
it is, whether it's supported by a linmodem driver.
In fact if you can tell this from selecting the modem under control panel,
going to properties, diagnostics and querying the modem, which also does
queries on what fax classes it supports.
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