IPAddr
COMMAND ACTION
AEnters answer mode. After going off hook, the modem will answer the incoming call. It will then go on-line with the other modem.
A/Previous command line is repeated. Not to be preceded by AT nor followed by
B0Use CCITT V.22 at 1200 bps
B1Use 212A at 1200 bps. Not supported in the United Kingdom
B2When making a call using CCITT V.23, transmit at 75 bps and receive at 1200 bps. When answering and N0, transmit at 1200 bps and receive at 75 bps.
B3When making a call using V.23, transmit at 1200 bps and receive at 75 bps. When answering and N0 selected, transmit at 75 bps and receive at 1200 bps.
B15Use CCITT V.21 at 300 bps
B16Use 103 at 300 bps. Not supported in the United Kingdom.
B41Use CCITT V.32 at 4800 bps
B42Use Express 96 at 4800 bps
B60Use CCITT V.32 at 9600 bps
B61Use Hayes Express 96 proprietary protocol 9600 bps connection.
DOriginate mode. The modem goes off-hook and tries to go on-line with another modem. The dial modifiers (see next table) direct the modem what, when, and how to dial.
E0In command state, characters are not echoed from the keyboard to the screen.
E1In command state, characters are echoed from the keyboard to the screen
H0After hanging up, place modem in command state.
H1After going off hook, operate auxiliary relay
I0Show numeric product code
I1ROM checksum is calculated
I2ROM checksum is verified (output is OK or ERROR)
L0, L1Speaker volume low
L2Speaker volume medium
L3Speaker volume high
M0Speaker off
M1Speaker on until carrier detected
M2Speaker on
M3Except when dialling, speaker on until carrier detected
N0Handshake only at rate specified by S37 while originating or answering
N1Negotiate common communication standard, while originating, at the optimum line speed supported by both modems. Negotiations start at the DCE line speed specified in S37, dropping back to a slower speed if required. Go back from CCITT V.22 to CCITT V.21, when answering.
N2Negotiate common communication standard, while originating, at the optimum line speed supported by both modems. Negotiations start at the DCE line speed specified in S37, dropping back to a slower speed if required. Go back from CCITT V.22 to CCITT V.23/CCITT V.21, when answering.
N3Handshake only at speed defined by S37, when originating. Go back from CCITT V.32 to CCITT V.22./212A/CCITT V.22bis, finally 103, when answering
N4Handshake only at speed defined by S37, when originating. Go back from CCITT V.32 to CCITT V.22./212A/CCITT V.22bis, finally 103, when answering
N5Negotiate common communication standard, while originating, at the optimum line speed supported by both modems. Negotiations start at the DCE line speed specified in S37, dropping back to a slower speed if required. Handshake only at speed defined by S37, when answering.
O0Enter on-line state
O1Enter on-line state. Then start equaliser retrain sequence
O3Enter on-line state. Then start CCITT V.32bis rate renegotiation sequence
Q0Result codes are returned
Q1Result codes are not returned
Q2Result codes are returned in originate mode. Result codes are not returned in answer mode
Sr?Read and respond with current value of register r. ? requests the value assigned to that register.
Sr=nRegister r is set to n.
V0Result codes are shown as numbers
V1Result codes are shown as words
W0Negotiation progress messages are not returned
W1Negotiation progress messages are returned
W2Negotiation progress messages are not returned. CONNECT messages are returned with modem-to-modem (DCE) speeds, not modem-to-DTE speeds.
X0Give basic call progress result codes: CONNECT , NO CARRIER ,and RING
X1Give basic call progress result codes and connection speeds (for example, CONNECT 2400)
X2Give basic call progress result codes, connection speed, and DIALTONE detection
X3Give basic call progress result codes, connection speed and BUSY signal detection
X4Give basic call progress result codes connection speed, BUSY signal detection and DIALTONE detection.
Y0Ignore longspace disconnect
Y1Obey longspace disconnect
Z0After reset, recall user profile 0
Z1After reset, recall user profile 1
&A0When auto-answering, connect as answering modem
&A1When auto-answering, connect as originating mode,
&C0Presence of carrier detect signal is assumed (ROM default. This value is recalled after &F is issued)
&C1Track status of carrier detect signal
&C2Presence of carrier detect signal is assumed until on-line. From that point, track status of signal
&D0Status of DTR signal is ignored. (ROM Default. This value is recalled after &F is issued)
&D1DTR signal is monitored. The modem enters command state after an on-to-off transition of DTR signal. If the connection is intact, the O0 command returns to the on-line state.
&D2DTR signal is monitored. The modem hangs up and enters command state after an on-to-off transition of DTR signal.
&D3DTR signal is monitored. The modem hangs up and resets after an on-to-off transition of DTR signal.
&FRecall factory configuration
&G0Guard tones not used (Not supported in Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom)
&G21800 Hz Guard tones are used
&J0Configure for RJ-11, RJ-41S, RJ-45S telco jacks
&J1Configure for RJ-12, RJ-13 telco jacks (Not supported in Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom)
&K0Local flow control disabled
&K1RTS/CTS local flow control enabled
&K2XON/XOFF local flow control enabled
&K3RTS/CTS local flow control enabled
&K4XON/XOFF local flow control enabled
&K5Transparent XON/XOFF local flow control enabled
&L0Set for dial-up mode
&L1Set modem for conditioned leased line (private speechband circuit) mode
&OnGo to the X.25 PAD command state of channel n(n=0-3) from the AT command state. The modem will return to the command state of last channel selected, if a parameter for this command is not specified.
&Q0Communicate in asynchronous mode
&Q1Communicate is asynchronous mode 1 - Async-to-Sync
&Q2Communicate in asynchronous mode 2 - Stored Number Dial
&Q3Communicate in asynchronous mode 3 - Voice/Data Switch
&Q4Communicate in asynchronous mode 4 - Hayes AutoSync.
&Q5Communicate in error-control mode
&Q6For interfaces requiring constant speed between the DTE (computer/terminal) and the DCE (modem), communicate in asynchronous mode with automatic speed buffering (ASB)
&R0Track CTS according to RTS
&R1Assume CTS (ignore RTS)
&S0Assert DSR signal always
&S1Assert DSR signal before handshake only
&S2After handshake negotiation, assert DSR signal, but before CONNECT XXXXX result code is sent to the DTE
&T0Halt any test in progress
&T1Start local analog loopback
&T3Start local digital loopback
&T4Grant request from remote modem for remote digital loopback
&T5Deny request from remote modem for remote digital loopback
&T6Start remote digital loopback
&T7Start remote digital loopback with self-test
&T8Start local analog loopback with self-test
&T19Find out if RTS and CTS circuits are supported in the DTE cable
&U0Trellis coding enabled (CCITT V.32 9600 bps only)
&U1Trellis coding disabled
&VView active, user profiles, and stored telephone numbers
&W0Write current configuration parameters in memory as profile 0
&W1Write current configuration parameters in memory as profile 1
&X0Derive transmit clock signal from modem's internal oscillator (internal clock signal on pin 15)
&X1Derive transmit clock signal from attached computer (external clock signal on pin 24)
&X2Derive transmit clock signal from receive carrier (slave receive clock signal on pin 15)
&Y0Set stored user profile 0 as power-up configuration
&Y1Set stored user profile 1 as power-up configuration
&Zn=xStore phone number x in location n (n=0-3)

Note: The modem must be configured for &Q0(unbuffered asynchronous mode) for the &T commands to be entered. For &T19 to work, it must be supported by the terminal software.

Modem S Register Definitions

S0Number of rings before Auto-AnswerRange:0-255 ringsDefault:0
S1Ring CounterRange:0-255 ringsDefault:0
S2Escape characterRange:0-255, ASCII decimalDefault:43
S3Carriage Return CharacterRange:0-127, ASCII decimalDefault:13 (Carriage Return)
S4Line Feed CharacterRange:0-127, ASCII decimalDefault:10 (Line Feed)
S5Backspace CharacterRange:0-32, ASCII decimalDefault:8 (Backspace)
S6Wait Time before Blind DiallingRange:2-255 secondsDefault:2
S7Wait for Carrier after DialRange:1-255 secondsDefault:50
S8Pause Time for Comma (Dial Delay)Range:0-255 secondsDefault:2
S9Carrier Detect Response TimeRange:1-255 tenths of a secondsDefault:6 (0.6 second)
S10Delay between Loss of Carrier and Hang-UpRange:1-255 tenths of a secondDefault:14 (1.4 seconds)
S11DTMF Tone DurationRange:50-255 millisecondsDefault:95 milliseconds
S12Escape Code Guard TimeRange:0-255 fiftieths of a secondDefault:50 (1 second)
S18Test TimerRange:0-255 secondsDefault:0 seconds
S25Delay to DTRRange:0-255 (seconds if synchronous mode, hundredths of a second in all other modes)Default:5
S26RTS to CTS Delay IntervalRange:0-255 hundredths of a secondDefault:1 hundredth of a second
S30Inactivity Disconnect TimerRange:0-255 tens of secondsDefault:0 (disable)
S37Desired Telco Line SpeedRange:0-10 Command options:
S37=0: Attempt auto mode connection
S37=1: Attempt to connect at 300 bps
S37=2: Attempt to connect at 300 bps
S37=3: Attempt to connect at 300 bps
S37=5: Attempt to connect at 1200 bps
S37=6: Attempt to connect at 2400 bps
S37=7: Attempt to connect in V.23 75/1200 mode.
S37=8: Attempt to connect at 9600 bps
S37=9: Attempt to connect at 12000 bps
S37=10: Attempt to connect at 14400 bps
Default:0 (auto)
S38Delay before Force DisconnectRange:0-255 secondsDefault:20 seconds