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Re: [SLUG] Getting a dial in up to speed
Yes I am aware of that. Strictly speaking max 56K inbound and 32K
outbound, but in this case the remote ( Win DUN) reports consistently
28800 to my dial in as against, typically, 50666 to BPH.
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On Wed, 16 May 2001, Michael wrote:
> 56K is only done when your dialing a digital modem rack that has such
> So if your 2 systems in question are just standard 56K modems, then the
> most you should get over analog lines between them is 33.6k.
> On Wed, 16 May 2001, Howard Lowndes wrote:
> > I have a Linux box with a dial in 56K modem. The dial in is being handled
> > by mgetty and works OK, EXCEPT that it will not connect at faster than
> > 28K. The remote end is definitely capable of 56K.
> > In mgetty.config I have speed 115200 in the global section but to no
> > apparent avail.
> > What else should I be looking for?
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