Tim McCarthy wrote:
> Multitech make the IBM Options modems so they will be compatible! But
> what do you mean by "AS/400 compatible"? If you're looking for a
> synchronous modem that supports V25 bis dialing then you have quite a
> few choices - in fact any V.32 etc that supports bit oriented V25

You need to be careful on this... a lot of modems, including UDS 
DO NOT support V.25bis dialing in all models.. UDS does have one
but I remember problems trying to get one of these to work in a
ECS line and it would not support the dial string passed by the
400.... THe Multitech/IBM7852 will for SURE...
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