Re: USR 56k connect problem

John David M. Miller ( (no email) )
Fri, 12 Dec 1997 14:49:09 -0500

We ran into a problem with the X2 modems not staying
connected to USR 33.6 modems.

The string entered in the additional settings corrected the
problem and we have not had any problems with these customers
connecting to our MAX4048. I do not know if we would have had
problems on the 4048 without this string as we just installed it and
have not had any new X2 customers to setup yet.

&AT&F1&K0&&I0 S33=32 S15=128 S27=64 S32=34

I hope this helps.

John David M. Miller
SAMnet Internet Solutions /
Authorized Ipswitch VAR - Offering ISP Discounts
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-----Original Message-----
From: Justin Brown <>
To: '' <>
Date: Friday, December 12, 1997 1:16 PM
Subject: RE: USR 56k connect problem

>we are having the same problem with a Cisco 5200, except they don't even
>connect for a few minutes. Any time a large portion of data is sent to
>the USR, their modem locks up. We don't have any kind of fix for it yet,
>but are working with Cisco.
>I have tried several different dial strings, including turning off the
>56k extension, but still no go.
>Justin Brown
>Technical division manager
>Pacific Information Systems
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Daniel Wood []
>> Sent: Friday, December 12, 1997 9:28 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: USR 56k connect problem
>> I am using Ascend Max 4004s and 4048s and am having problem
>> with users with the 56k USR modems. They can connect to me
>> (of course not at 56k, they connect at 28800) but after a few
>> minutes they can't transfer any more data. The modem is still
>> connected but I can't ping them anymore. This happens when they
>> calls into the 4004 or the 4048. Any ideas of what I should do?
>> Thanks
>> Dan
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