This family of commands is used to configure modems on TTY lines. The discussion is limited to commands that are available for all routers. Terminal servers with manageable modems, such as the AS5200, AS5300, and CS3600 series products, have additional commands.
Sets the amount of time the router waits for the carrier signal after answering an incoming RING.
modem autoconfigure discovery
The router automatically tries to discover the modem type.
modem autoconfigure type
Sets the modem to the type known by the router. To view a list of known modems, use the command
modem autoconfigure type ?.
Enables support of modems that use DTR to control hook-status.
Enables reverse connections. (See Chapter 4.)
Specifies which chat script to use when the modem is automatically dialing. See Chapter 12 for more information.
Configures a line to require the CTS (clear to send) signal.
Configures a modem to accept incoming calls only.
Configures the modem line to leave the DTR signal low unless there is an active connection.
Allows both incoming and outgoing connections to the modem. This command enables reverse telnet, so be sure this what you want to do.