Hi Greg,

The 525 come with an integrated modem, and the 1025 cable is used to
plug said modem into the wall socket.

You can use that modem for PPP connections and ECS. Only ECS if it is
not driven by an IOP. The card also has a V.24 slot for an external
modem attachment.

With V5R4, you no longer need a modem for ECS, you can use a normal
internet connection (if you enable IPsec communication with IBM). But of
course you may use the modem as a fallback connection for ECS.

Have a nice day

Lukas

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Greg Wenzloff
Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2007 2:19 PM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: *INTMODEM

I am reviewing the proposed configuration for a new 525 and have this
question:

There is a feature code 1025 Modem cable - no charge listed.
What is that for? There must be a reason.

Also what is *INTMODEM on a create line description command?
Do the new models have a built in modem possibly for ECS use?

<Why don't I ask the business partner? Because I may not satisfied
with them and am checking out every detail myself.>
<Corporate says I have to use these guys>

Thanks,
Greg


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