Linksys PCMLM33 Download Drivers

Available 1 files for PCMLM33
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Linksys PCMLM33
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
Size Driver
File Name
Novell, LAN Manager, and Packet Driver Setup
EMM386 & QEMM386
Windows 3.x Virtual Drivers
Hayes AT Commands
Comprehensive Command List
AT Registers
AT Result Codes & Messages
Technical Support

Novell, LAN Manager, and Packet Driver Setup
For Novell, Lan Manager & Packet Driver, first insert the PCMLM33 card into
one of the free PCMCIA card slots, remove all other PCMCIA cards from your
machine. Then insert the "PCMLM33 Drivers Disk" into drive A, and type
A:\INSTALL at the command prompt. The Installation program will copy files
to the destination directory and modify your related files e.g. CONFIG.SYS
& NET.CFG, automatically.

The INSTALL program will also insert a startup menu into your system's
AUTOEXEC.BAT file. The menu will allow you to select which features
of the LANmodem you want to use (modem, LAN+modem, or none at all).

During the installation, INSTALL will also copy the LANmodem's generic
PCMCIA enabler to your system. If you are using your own PCMCIA
services (Cardsoft, Phoenix, etc.), be sure to enable them before
trying to log into your network; otherwise you'll receive errors.

EMM386 & QEMM386 Note
If your DOS, Windows, or WFW uses EMM386 or QEMM386, make sure
that your PCMCIA socket & card services come AFTER the EMM/QEMM
line in your CONFIG.SYS file.

Windows 3.x Virtual Drivers
When LANmodem is working in a Windows 3.x environment, the virtual
LMVxD.386 drivers MUST reside in the same directory as your LAN drivers.

Hayes AT Commands

About AT Commands

In most instances, your communications software will control
how your modem dials, answers, and communicates. There may be
some cases, however, where you'll want to control your modem
directly, or force it into a particular communications mode
that your communications software doesn't normally support.
AT ("ATtention") commands let you control how your modem

How to Use AT Commands

AT commands are typed at the keyboard and sent directly to your
modem. Every AT command begins with the AT prefix, followed by
the desired command. For example, let's say that you wanted to
dial 1234 using touch tones. Because the command to dial is DT
("Dial with Touchtones"), you would type ATDT1234 and press Enter.

To use an AT command, do the following:

1. Run your communications software.

2. Configure the software for the proper COM port and IRQ
settings if necessary.
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