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Agere D-11561#/a1a Caller id

Agere D-11561#/a1a Caller id

Agere D-11561#/a1a Caller id

The Agere modem is a SOFT MODEM  with the SV92PL-T00 chip set. I have read that this type of modem can use type 1 caller id by using the +PCW=0 in the modem commands. I have some caller id software , just need to know about the command. Do i enter in the command in system/ hardware/ devices/ modem props wher it says something like 'extra commands" Once it is enter will it stay ther after a reboot.

RE: Agere D-11561#/a1a Caller id

Can not see how to edit this thread so what i wanted to say was that i have caller id service and the devices, just would like to beable to use my pc instead of running to the device to see who is calling me.

RE: Agere D-11561#/a1a Caller id

You need to make the change in Control Panel -> Phone and Modem Options on the Modems Tab.  Press the Properties button and select the Advanced tab.  In Extra initialization commands you should be able to put +PCW=0 in the text box and that should happen every time that TAPI is used to open the serial port.

I'm not certain that this is all that you need to be doing.


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