As Lukas mentioned the cable is used to connect the modem to the wall. It's nothing more than a high quality (and quite long) phone cord. It has a large iron core on one end for noise suppression. Probably one of the nicest things IBM gives you for free!!

- Larry

Greg Wenzloff wrote:
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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