2 - Approved GSM modems

Approved modems and provided only with our software solutions

 

GSM 3G vocal modem

 

 Ref : WCO-VOC

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

SERIAL RS-232

converter RS-232/USB

Allow to send and receive SMS and vocal phones calls

Quadri-band

Included: Power supply, antenna, serial cable, converter RS-232/USB

Standard SIM (2FF)

Vocal calls possible only starting ALERT release 3.6R2B10

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 OK
Win8 OK
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK

Manufacturer site

Serial RS-232 - No driver needed

 

 

Approved modems not distributed

maestro M100 2G

maestro 100px

Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

SERIAL RS-232

 

SMS modem

Quad-band/Class 10

Standard SIM (2FF)

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 OK
Win8 OK
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK

Manufacturer site

Serial RS-232 - No driver needed

 

Sierra Wireless Fastrack XTend

WCO VOC

Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

SERIAL RS-232

 

 

SMS modem

Quad-band


Standard SIM (2FF)

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 OK
Win8 OK
Win10 OK
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2012 OK

Manufacturer site

 

Serial RS-232 - No driver needed

 

 

Teleorigin RB800Q

teleoriginRB800Q

 

Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

SERIAL RS-232

GSM modem to send/receive SMS.

Quad-band.

Standard SIM (2FF)

 

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 OK
Win8 OK
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK

Manufacturer site

Serial RS-232 - No driver needed

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Multitech MTCBA-G2-U

MTCBA-G2-U-F4 200x101

Ref : Multi-USB

Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

USB

GSM modem to send/receive SMS.

USB powered.

Quad-band.

Included: Antenna, USB cable.
Standard SIM (2FF)

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 OK
Win8 NA
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK

Manufacturer site

Manufacturer 

 

Multitech MTCBA-G-U-F4

multitech2

Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

USB

GSM modem to send/receive SMS.

USB powered.

Quad-band.

Included: Antenna, USB cable.
Standard SIM (2FF)

XP OK
Vista OK
Win7 NA
Win8 NA
Server 2003 OK
Server 2008 OK

Manufacturer site

Manufacturer site

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3 - Approved ISDN modems

Approved modems and provided only with our software solutions

 

Dialogic Diva BRI-2

Dialogic Diva BRI-2

Ref : Eicon-2BRI

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCIe

ISDN PCI Card

1 base ISDN access (S0)

(2 communications).

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 

 

Dialogic Diva BRI-4

Dialogic Diva BRI-4

Ref : Eicon-4BRI

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

PCIe

ISDN PCI Card

4 base ISDN access (S0)

(8 communications).

PSTN - Data and fax

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 

Dialogic Diva PRI

Dialogic Diva PRI

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

PCIe

PCI Card with integrated processor.

1 primary ISDN access (30 simultaneous communications.

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 

 

PrimuX

primux ISDN

Ref : PRIMUX-PCI

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

ISDN PCI Card

1 base ISDN access (S0)(2 communications).

No fax

Incompatible with virtual systems.

No analog modem emulation

 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

Manufacturer

 

PrimuX USB

primuxusb

Ref : Primux-USB

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

USB

External USB modem

1 ISDN base access
(2 simultaneous communications) 

No fax

Incompatible with virtual systems.

Incompatible with *DIGI AnywhereUSB* USB/IP-converter

No analog modem emulation

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

Manufacturer

 

 Approved modems but no longer commercialized by Micromedia International

FRITZ!Card PCI RNIS v2.0

FritzCardPci

Ref : Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

PCI Card, 1 base ISDN access (S0)

(2 communications).

One card per machine.

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

Manufacturer

Manual

Supplied with the FRITZ!Card CD-ROM

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Use of this modem with Server 2003/2008 is not officially supported by the manufacturer of the modem. 

 

Dialogic Diva  BRI CTI

Dialogic Diva  BRI CTI

Ref : Eicon-2BRI-CTI

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

ISDN PCI Card

1 base ISDN access (S0)

(2 communications).

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

 Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 

 

 

Fritz Card USB RNIS v2.0

FritzCardUsb

RefDiscontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

USB

External wireless USB Modem

1 ISDN base access
(2 simultaneous communications) 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 

 

FRITZ!Card PCMCIA

fritz pcmcia

RefDiscontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

 PCMCIA

ISDN communication with mobile phones 

1 ISDN base access
(2 simultaneous communications)

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eicon Diva RNIS PCI

diva rnis pci

RefDiscontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

ISDN PCI Card

1 ISDN base access
(2 simultaneous communications)

No fax sending.
No analogue modem emulation

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 

 

4 - Approved analog modems (PSTN / RTC)

Approved modems and provided only with our software solutions

 

 

Erco & Gener
GenPac 92c

GenPac92c 1

Ref : GEN92C

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V92)

Voice / Data / Fax

Plug and Play

 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK
Win 10 (32/64) OK

 

 

Manufacturer

Manufacturer

 

 

Dialogic Diva Analog

Diva Server Analog 4P 8P

Ref : EICON-ANA2P

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

PCI

PCIe

Emulates ISDN modem

Available in 2-port, 4-port and 8-port.

 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 

 

 Approved modems but no longer commercialized by Micromedia International

Multitech MT9234ZBA-V

Multitech

Ref : MULT-ANA-ZBA

 

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB (converter)

PSTN (V92)

Voice / Data / Fax

Plug and Play

 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

Manufacturer

Manufacturer


Multitech MT5656ZDX-V

Multitech

Ref : MULT-ANA-ZDX

Where to buy

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB (converter)

PSTN (V92)

Voice / Data / Fax

Plug and Play

 

Win8 OK
Win7 OK
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 OK
Server 2003 OK

 

 

Manufacturer

Manufacturer

 

 

 

Bausch Proxima V92 Junior

PJUNIORLR

RefDiscontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

PSTN

Voice / Data / Fax

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 Manufacturer

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Manufacturer

 Known issue: The modem does not always detect line pick up when calling mobile phones.

 

Digitelec Link/Fax/Vox

DigitelecLinkFaxVox

RefDiscontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V92)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

 

Multitech MT5600ZDXV

MultitechMulimodemZBA

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V92)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 User guide

 

 

 

Olitec Self Memory 2000 V90

OlitecSelfMemory

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

Olitec Self Memory V92 Ready

OlitecSelfMemoryV92White

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

 

Olitec Speed'Com 2000 V90

OlitecSpeedCom2000

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

Olitec Speed'Com 56000 V90

OlitecSpeedCom56000

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

Olitec Speed'Com V92 jaune

OlitecSpeedComV92Yellow

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

Olitec Speed'Com V92 noir

OlitecSpeedComV92Black

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista OK
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

Westermo TD33/V.90

westermo

Ref: Discontinued

Interface

Description

Compatibility

Documentation

Drivers

RS-232

USB

Industrial modem

PSTN (V90)

Data / Fax

Plug and Play

 

Win8 NO
Win7 NO
Vista NO
XP OK
Server 2008 NO
Server 2003 NO

 

 Manufacturer

 

 

5 - INSTALLATION MODEM

GSM

GSM VOCAL

ISDN

Analog

BAUSCH

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7 - CAPI Error Codes

CAPI 1.1 CAPI 2.0
2001 incorrect controller 1001 Too many communications programs are using the CAPI driver. Close down the application you do not need.
2002 incorrect PLCI 1008 The operating system is overloaded. Close down all applications and restart your PC.
2003 incorrect NCCI 1009 The CAPI driver is not ready. Check that your CAPI driver is shown in the Device Manager list (Control Panel: Devices). Reinstall the driver.
2004 incorrect type 1108 The operating system is overloaded. Close down all applications and restart you PC.
31xx Check local ISDN CAPI software 1109 The CAPI driver is not ready. Check that your CAPI driver is shown in the Device Manager list (Control Panel: Devices). Reinstall the driver.
3101 B-channel incorrectly coded 2001 Message not supported in current state
3102 Info-mask incorrectly coded 2002 Illegal Controller / PLCI / NCCI. The ISDN adapter you set up was not found.
3103 Serviced EAZ-mask incorrectly coded 2003 Out of PLCI. The CAPI driver is requesting too many simultaneous connections.
3104 Serviced SI mask incorrectly coded 2004 Out of NCCI. The CAPI driver is requesting too many simultaneous connections.
3105 B-channel protocol, level 2 incorrect 2005 Out of LISTEN
3106 DLPD incorrect 2006 The CAPI driver is requesting more analog fax connections than the hardware of your ISDN adapter can support. You can work round this problem by turning off the fax option in the settings for your CAPI driver.
3107 B-channel protocol, level 3 incorrect 2007 Illegal message parameter coding.
3108 NCPD incorrect 30xx Check local ISDN PC configuration
3109 NCPI incorrect 3001 B1 protocol not supported
310A Flags incorrectly coded 3002 B2 protocol not supported
32xx Check local ISDN PC configuration 3003 B3 protocol not supported
3201 Controller error 3004 B1 protocol parameter not supported
3202 Conflict between registrations, check SI mask and EAZ 3005 B2 protocol parameter not supported
3203 Function not supported 3006 B3 protocol parameter not supported
3204 PLCI not active 3007 B protocol combination not supported
3205 NCCI not active 3008 NCPI not supported
3206 B-channel protocol, level 2 not supported 3009 CIP Value unknown
3207 Changeover of B-channel protocol, level 2 in this state not possible 300A Flags not supported (reserved bits)
3208 B-channel protocol, level 3 not supported 300B Facility not supported
3209 Changeover of B-channel protocol, level 3 in this state not possible 300C Data length not supported by current protocol.
320A Unsupported parameters in DLPD 300D Reset procedure not supported by current protocol.
320B Unsupported parameters in NCPD 33xx Check local ISDN PTT hardware
320C Unsupported parameters in NCPI 3301 Protocol error layer 1 (broken line or B-channel removed by signaling protocol). There is no physical connection to the ISDN network. Check the cable connection between the ISDN adapter and ISDN port. Are you using a suitable cable? Is the connection socket properly installed? Is the ISDN network terminator correctly activated? Do you have other devices on your ISDN line that are maybe faulty or that are blocking the S0 bus?
320D Data length not supported 3302 Protocol error layer 2. Could not connect to the ISDN network. This may be due to a wrong ISDN protocol. Have you set "1TR6" (German ISDN) as ISDN protocol even though your ISDN line is set up for "DSS1" (Euro ISDN), or vice versa?
33xx Check local ISDN PTT hardware 3303 Protocol error layer 3
3301 Error on setup of D-channel, level 1 3304 Another application got that call. With an incoming call, the network passes the number called (MSN) to all devices on the ISDN line. The devices then react according to how they are set up, by ringing, ignoring the call or by answering the call. Only ONE device can answer the call in each case. The error occurs when several devices react to the call. The device that answers the call first gets the connection. No connection is established for the others.
3302 Error on setup of D-channel, level 2 3301-3310 A modem (ISDN adapter hardware or software) made available by the CAPI driver displays the message that the connection has been cancelled.
3303 Error on setup of B-channel, level 1 3311-3318 A modem (ISDN adapter hardware or software) made available by the CAPI driver displays the message that the connection has been cancelled.
3304 Error on setup of B-channel, level 2 34xx Abort by network, low order 8 Bit contain the cause value, the MSB is used to signal an error, but is not set by all ISDN-CAPI 2.0 implementations:
3305 Abort D-channel, level 1 3401 Unsigned number
3306 Abort D-channel, level 2 3402 No route to specified transmit network
3307 Abort D-channel, level 3 3403 No route to destination
3308 Abort B-channel, level 1 3406 Channel unacceptable
3309 Abort B-channel, level 2 3411 User Busy
330A Abort B-channel, level 3 3412 No user responding
330B B-channel connection, level 2 re-established 3413 No answer from user
330C B-channel connection, level 3 re-established 3415 Call reject
34xx Abort by network, low order 8 Bit contain the cause value according 3416 Number changed
341A Non-selected user clearing
341B Destination out of order
341C Invalid number format
341D Facility rejected
341E Response to status inquiry
341F Normal, unspecified
3480 Normal termination
3481 Unallocated (unassigned) number. "No connection under this number". The number you are calling could not be reached because it has no line assigned to it. The phone number has the right format, however. Enquire at your telephone company or the operator of your telephone exchange what the correct number is.
3482 No route to specified transit network
3483 No route to destination
3486 Channel unacceptable
3487 Call awarded and being delivered in an established channel
3490 Normal call clearing. Connection terminated normally. One of the users of the connection cancelled the connection. The connection was not cancelled by the ISDN network.
3491 User busy. The number you are calling cannot answer any calls at the moment because all channels are being used.
3492 No user responding. The number you are calling did not answer within the time period required by your connection. There is probably no terminal device connected to the number you are calling. Contact the other party to establish the cause.
3493 No answer from user (user alerted). The number you are calling confirmed call received within the time period required, but a connection was not established, however. If the terminal device of the other party is a telephone, then it rang but the call was not answered. Try again later.
3495 Call rejected. The device reached under the phone number refused the call, although it was not busy and was able to answer the call. For example: if the ISDN option "Call waiting" is activated on the other party's line, a telephone can answer your call even if a call is in progress at the time. This error message occurs when your waiting call is refused by the person you are trying to reach.
3496 Number changed. The phone number of the party you are calling has changed. Contact your telephone company for the new number.
349A Non-selected user clearing.
349B Destination out of order. The terminal device on the number you are calling could not be reached, because the port for this device did not work. A possible cause of this is that the other party's terminal device is not connected or not turned on, or it is not working properly. Contact the other party to find out the cause.
349C Invalid number format. The party you are calling could not be reached because the number you called is in the wrong format or incomplete.
349D Facility rejected. At the moment there is no channel free for a call.
349E Response to STATUS ENQUIRY.
349F Normal, unspecified.
34AA Telephone exchange overloaded. Wait a while and try again.
34A2 No circuit / channel available
34A6 Network out of order. Problems in the ISDN network. Wait a while and try again.
34A9 Temporary failure. Temporary problems in the ISDN network. You can try again immediately.
34AA Switching equipment congestion
34AB Access information discarded
34AC Requested circuit / channel not available
34AF Resources unavailable, unspecified
34B1 Quality of service unavailable
34B2 Requested facility not subscribed
34B9-34CF An ISDN service or an ISDN option was requested that is not available or not supported by the equipment being used. This service or option may need to be enabled by the operator of the ISDN network for you or for the other party.
34B9 Bearer capability not authorized.
34BA Bearer capability not presently available.
34BF Service or option not available, unspecified
34C1 Bearer capability not implemented
34C2 Channel type not implemented
34C5 Requested facility not implemented
34C6 Only restricted digital information bearer capability is available
34CF Service or option not implemented, unspecified.
34D1 Invalid call reference value
34D2 Identified channel does not exist
34D3-34D6 Problems parking calls and resuming parked calls. It may be that when you parked the call you chose a code number that is already occupied. Or it could be that when you tried to resume the call you used the wrong code number. Perhaps you tried to resume a call that was not parked in the first place. Parked calls are only available for about two minutes. The call could also have been cancelled by the other person while it was parked.
34D3 A suspended call exists, but this call identity does not
34D4 Call identity in use
34D5 No call suspended
34D6 Call having the requested call identity has been cleared
34D8 Incompatible destination. The terminal device of the other party is not compatible with the terminal device that is making the call. The call cannot be answered, therefore. This error could occur, for example, when a digital fax device (G4 fax) is called by a telephone.
34DB Invalid transit network selection
34DF Invalid message, unspecified
3,40E+01 Mandatory information element is missing
3,40E+02 Message type non-existent or not implemented
3,40E+03 Message not compatible with call state or message type non-existent or not implemented
3,40E+04 Information element non-existent or not implemented
3,40E+05 Invalid information element contents
3,40E+06 Message not compatible with call state
3,40E+07 Recovery on timer expiry
34EF Protocol error, unspecified
34FF Interworking, unspecified

8 - TROUBLESHOOTING ISDN modem

This document can help diagnose problems with ISDN modem.

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9 - TROUBLESHOOTING Diva boards

This document explains how to check the Diva boards and how to analyze their dysfunctions.

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10 - Several ISDN modems on the same machine

You cannot install several ISDN modems on the same machine because only a single modem will be recognized
The solution would be to have a EICON type card allowing more communications or ISDN cards with an embedded controller that will recognize the other ISDN cards.

11 - How do I configure my ISDN modem to be able to make 2 simultaneous calls with ALERT?

To make 2 simultaneous calls with ALERT and an ISDN modem, you must define 2 CAPI ports (one for each physical line)

12 - How do I know if an analog modem is a voice modem?

Detecting voice mode
AT+FCLASS=? or AT#CLS=? (older V90 modem)
Command to detect if the modem supports voice mode

 

Possible responses:
0 Indicating support for data
1 Indicating support class 1 faxes
2 Indicating support Class 2 faxes
8 Indicating support for voice mode
Error Not supporting voice mode

 

Example: 0,1,2,8

 

Entering voice mode
The command AT+FCLASS=8 or AT#CLS=8 will force the modem in voice mode and respond OK.

 

Modem before 2002 (V90)
AT#cls=8 (selects vocal mode)
Response OK

 

Querying the modem's capabilities
Usually returns a list of operating modes that are specific to each modem.

The command AT+VSM=? or AT#VSM=? Usually returns a list of audio data formats supported by the modem.
Each format includes a name (such as PCM, ADPCM, μ-law, A-law), a number of bits per sample (usually 2, 3, 4, 8, or 16) and an audio sampling rate (usually 7200, 8000, or 11025 Hertz).
Example response to AT+VSM=? from a modem on the market in 2006:
AT+VSM=?
1,"UNSIGNED PCM",8,0,8000,0,0
129,"IMA ADPCM",4,0,8000,0,0
130,"UNSIGNED PCM",8,0,8000,0,0
140,"2 Bit ADPCM",2,0,8000,
141,"4 Bit ADPCM",4,0,8000,0,0

13 - My modem is not listed in the configuration of an analog modem in Alert.

To obtain the latest modem configuration file for Alert (modem.lst) in which your modem is listed, contact us.

14 - Sending Pager Messages with a Speed Olitec com V92 V3 (White) Modem

THIS FAQ IS ONLY APPLICABLE IN FRANCE

To send a Pager message, Alert connects to a TAP server, which communicates at a speed of 9600 bauds. By default, the Speed Com Olitec V92 V3 modem does not communicate at that speed. You must therefore force the speed by addding S37=9 in the initialization string of the driver.

15 - Olitec Speed'Com V92 vocal issue

Olitec does not configure the vocal mode on modems by default, no country is selected, so it must be done manually.

-> Close the Alert software
-> Start HyperTerminal
-> Create a session on the serial port where the modem is connected (Com1, Com2, ...)
-> The default Com port settings are correct (Speed, Bit, ...)
-> Enter the command AT+GCI = 3D followed by "Enter". Warning: The country code "3D" is for France. (see other country codes below)
-> The modem should answer OK
-> Restart the Alert software

Country codes:

South Africa: 9F
Germany: 42
Australia: 09
Austria: 0A
Belgium: 0F
Brazil: 16
Bulgaria: 1B
Canada: 20
China: 26
Korean 61
Denmark: 31
Spain: A0
United States: B5
Finland: 3C
France: 3D
Greece: 46
Holland: 7B
Hong Kong: 50
Hungary: 51
India: 53
Ireland: 57
Israel: 58
Italy: 59
Japan: 00
Luxembourg: 69
Malaysia: 6C
Mexico: 73
Norway: 82
New Zealand: 7E
Philippines: 89
Poland: 8A
Portugal: 8B
Czech and Slovak Republic: 2E
UK: B4
Russia: B8
Singapore: 9C
Sweden: A5
Switzerland: A6
Taiwan: FE


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