Aztech MSP 5800 Download Drivers

Available 2 files for MSP 5800
Company
Aztech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Aztech MSP 5800
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Version Driver
1.10
Size Driver
894Kb
File Name
5800w95-110.zip
Info
Section A: Important notice

Section B: Installation of PCI modem drivers on Windows 95
OSR1 platform

Section C: Installation of PCI modem drivers on Windows 95
OSR2 platform

Section D: Installation of PCI modem drivers on Windows 98
platform

Section E: Installation of PCI modem drivers on Windows NT
platform

Section F: How to change the default Com Port to other Com Port

Section G: Installation of Trio DataFax Voice and other
applications

Section H: How to install Microsoft Fax in Windows 98

Section I: How to configure modem to work with DOS Box games
or application

Section J: Technical Support
Company
Aztech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Aztech MSP 5800
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Version Driver
1.00
Size Driver
659Kb
File Name
5800wnt.zip
Info
Table 1. AT Command Set

Command Function
AT Attention - this precedes all commands except A/
A/ Execute previous command - does not require a *
A Causes the modem to go off hook. If a call is coming in, the modem will try to answer it. The procedure for answering a call is a short silence and then an answer tone. Sending a character to the modem during this procedure will abort the answer procedure. The amount of time the modem will wait for a carrier is programmable by modifying the S7 register.
B0 Select CCITT V.22 (1200 bps)
B1 Select Bell 212A (1200 bps)
B2 Select CCITT V23
Originate mode will transmit data at 75 bps and receive data at 1200 bps.
Answer mode will transmit data at 1200bps and receive data at 75bps. The command N0 (Disable auto mode) must be selected.
D D alone will take the modem off-hook and wait for a dial tone. (See X command for exceptions) The length of time to wait for a dialtone before dialing is programmable in register S6.
Dmn ATDmn will dial a phone number where m is a modifier: L, W, ,, ;, @, !, or S. It will dial the telephone number n.
L Dial last number
W Wait for dial tone. If you have selected X0 or X1 (disable dial tone detection), then you can use this modifier to override that setting.
, Pause during dial. The amount of time to pause is determined in register S8.
; Return to command mode after dialing. It doesnít wait for carrier or hang up.
@ Wait for 5 seconds of silence. This is used to access systems that do not provide a dial tone.
! Hook flash. Causes the modem to go on-hook for 0.5 seconds. This is used in PBX systems and for voice features like call waiting.
S=(0-9) Dials a stored number. Up to ten numbers can be stored, and the addresses are from 0 to 9. To store a number into one of these addresses, use the &Z command.
E0 Commands issued to the modem are not echoed to the local terminal. This only matters in the command mode. It does not affect the modemís ability to send response codes.
E1 Commands are echoed to the local terminal.
H0 Force modem on-hook (hang-up).
H1 Force modem off-hook (to answer or dial).
I0 Return numeric product code
I1 Return hardware variation code
I2 Report internal code
I3 Report software revision number
I4 Report product feature listing
L0 Speaker volume zero
L1 Speaker volume low
L2 Speaker volume low
L3 Speaker volume low (Hardware currently limits volume adjustment to on/off)
M0 Speaker always off
M1 Speaker on until carrier detected
M2 Speaker always on
M3 Speaker on during answering only
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