On Tue, 12 Sep 1995 mramirez @
> I have a CISCO 2511, with 10 modems connected (Hayes Accura 144 + 14400 FAX) .
> I´m having problems trying to configure the receiving modems to support
> 14,400 bps from the callers.
> Actually my users only can connect to the modems at 9600 bps, and the
> technical support from CISCO told me that I have to change my modems to
> 28,800 bps, that´s the only way that my receiving modems can receive calls
> at 14,400 bps.
> It´s true?? , because I think that is some problem with the configuration
> of the CISCO (in dedicated or interactive mode)
I dont think so. But try this
1) Make sure all dipswitch settings are correct for the modems
2) logon to routers console (not telnet) and enable privileged mode
3) config term
4) line 1 10
5) modem in out
6) ctrl-c (exit config-line)
7) telnet to the router at port 20xx - where the XX refers to the line of the
modem, from 01 to 10.
8) issue the necessary AT commands to communicate with the modem. Configure
the modem to autoanswer (ATS0=1) and any other modem settings (&c1&d3 so
9) exit by pressing escape sequence. default on cisco is ctrl-shft-6-x
10) clear line XX where XX is the line you just configured
thats it. logoff the router (ignore any errors about open connections) and