• Subject: Re: Internal Modem Iserver
  • From: neilp@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 08:18:59 -0500


Correct - the built in internal V.90 modem (on 9771 feature on new model 250/270/8xx) connects only via PPP, not SDLC.  This internal modem has only a telephone cable connection on the card.  For SDLC you still need an external modem like 7852-400 or 7855-010 connected to a comm port, like the comm port that is available on the 9771 feature.

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Carlos_Almeida@mail.quatrosi.pt
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Sorry, Neil, but i dont understand.

The internal V.90 modem never connect via SDLC ?
Thank's

Carlos Almeida

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The internal V.90 modem is for PPP connections only - it will not connect
via SDLC.  For now, you can connect a standard SDLC modem to the other comm
port on the card and get PTF's via SDLC dial-up as always.  PTF support for
internal V.90 modem will be made available by PPP dial-up via PTF's later
this year, and PM/400 dial-up by PTF will be available next year via PTF.
As to when IBM will have their infrastructure ready in different countries
to allow PPP dial-up to order PTF's in a question best directed to your
local IBM office.

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50 Acadia Avenue, Ste.102                   AS/400~~~~~
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I installed iserver mod.270, with internal modem and the same it does not
function. According to information
that was given me, this modem alone after functions for pluggings PPP,
being available for pluggings SDLC the installation of PTF's.
IBM in Portugal does not confirm the information nor knows which is the
PTF's. Does anyone can help me ?

Thank's in advance

Carlos Almeida





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