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Minicom Successive Address Dialing

I've been tasked with writing a script for the minicom connection utility that tests a series of numbers in its dialing directory, I have found the baked in scripting language to be near useless. I've ...
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2answers
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Make own dial-up ISP using broadband connection [closed]

So, I see no reason why this wouldn't be possible. I have a Linux server (a Raspberry Pi to be exact) connected via Ethernet to a broadband ISP. I want to be able to dial a number, have it go ...
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2answers
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Why does sending mails via a modem connection is so slow?

I have a mail server that periodically connects to the Internet via modem dialup. And before I was able to send emails with attachments of 300kb and 500kb in just only 1 or 2 minutes. I have not made ...
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3answers
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Connecting to an analog dial-in PSTN terminal without a PSTN line

there's a computer ("server") that has no Internet connection, and it is located in a place with no GSM signal. The only way to get connection to it is an analog modem (US Robotics 56Kbit/s). This ...
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3answers
4k views

Old dial up modem noise explanation [closed]

I am looking for a technical documentation on the connection procedure used on the old Dial Up modem that generate this sound: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHW1ho8L7V8 I can't find anything on ...
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3answers
698 views

What's the best solution for datacenter modem dialling?

We have some physical servers that we cannot virtualise because they are connected to analog modems for alert paging. We need to retain this functionality, but virtualise the servers and reduce the ...
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0answers
387 views

Setting up Cisco routers using WIC-1AM interface cards for backup/failover over dialup

I have two 1751 routers using a 56K connection. The routers work with out any issues. I want to add a WIC-1AM to each router as backup/failover. All I need to do for the routing should add a new ...