Dave,

I'm looking at references for V5R1, so if you're at V4R5 and there's a
discrepancy, I apologize.

My first reaction is that I don't see an interface parameter on your
line description.  The default is *RS232V24 and that should be switched
to *INTMODEM.  Is it possible for you to recall and post the command
string you used to create the Line Description.  Even though there is no
interface parameter listed, that strikes me as a likely cause of the
error you are receiving.

Are you using the CRTLINASC command, or are you doing this through
Operations Navigator?

Regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> -----Original Message-----
> From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]
> On Behalf Of Dave Snyder
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 11:21 AM
> To: midrange-l@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: RE: Help with modem
>
> Ok, I am trying to use the internal modem for a dial out to a customer
> site but getting the following error when trying to vary the line on:
>   --00002014: Conflict between IOA type and physical interface
specified
> in line description.
> Here is my line description:
>  RSRCNAME       CMN01
>  ONLINE         *NO
>  VRYWAIT        *NOWAIT
>  NRZI           *YES
>  MAXCTL         1
>  CLOCK          *MODEM
>  LINESPEED      9600
>  MODEM          *NORMAL
>  MODEMRATE      *FULL
>  SWTCNN         *BOTH
>  AUTOANS        *YES
>  AUTODIAL       *YES
>  DIALCMD        *V25BIS
> CALLNBR        *NONE
> STNADR         *SAME
> CNNPOLLRTY     7
> MAXFRAME       521
> THRESHOLD      *OFF
> DUPLEX         *FULL
> MODULUS        8
> MAXOUT         7
> INACTTMR       *SAME
> POLLRSPDLY     *SAME
> NPRDRCVTMR     4200
> IDLTMR         30
> CNNPOLLTMR     30
> POLLPAUSE      0
> FRAMERTY       7
> DSRDRPTMR      6
> AUTOANSTYP     *DTR
> CTSTMR         25
> RMTANSTMR      60
> LINKSPEED      9600
> COSTCNN        128
> COSTBYTE       128
> SECURITY       *NONSECURE
> PRPDLY         *TELEPHONE
> USRDFN1        128
> USRDFN2        128
> USRDFN3        128
> CMNRCYLMT
>                2
>                5
>
> Not sure where else to look or how to proceed.
> Dave
>
> >>> "Andy Nolen-Parkhouse" <aparkhouse@mediaone.net> 1/4/02 12:28:46
PM
> >>>
> Dave,
>
> The 2771 card is the one.  The telephone line is connected to an
> internal V.90 56K Asynchronous MODEM.  This MODEM could be used for
> normal asynchronous PPP connections, including customer dial-in.  It
> could not be used for traditional AS/400 synchronous tasks.  The card
> has a feature code of #9771 and a CCIN number (reported in hardware
> resources) of 2771, so they are the same thing and refer to the entire
> card and both ports.
>
> To set up PPP connections you would use Operations Navigator to
> configure the connection, referencing a hardware resource of CMN02.
>
> Regards,
> Andy Nolen-Parkhouse
>
> > I am on a model 820 running v4r5. We have a 2771 card that I have
been
> > told has two communication lines possible. One is your "typical"
modem
> > cable that we attached to an external modem we use for external
> customer
> > dial in. The other is a telephone type of line coming from the same
> card.
> > I have been told this is a 9771. Is anyone familiar with this? From
> what I
> > can find out this is a line that we could connect to a WAN. Does
> anyone
> > know if I can use this as a separate phone line for external
customers
> to
> > dial into, and if so, how, or what all can I do with this line?
> >
> > This is what my hardware communication resources looks like:
> >  CMB01           284C  Operational           Combined function IOP
> >    LIN01         2771  Operational           Comm Adapter
> >      CMN01       2771  Operational           Comm Port
> >      CMN02       2771  Operational           V.24 Port
>
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