Dave:
This looks like an SDLC line description.  My understanding is that the
internal modem ONLY supports async comms.  (Can someone pick up after me
here).  In that case, no can do.  If you are dialing another AS400, you can
change both sides to dial up PPP and use TCP/IP.  It will be MUCH faster.
cjg


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-----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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