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MML

MML

(OP)
Using MML on a Fuitsu F9600 it seems to conect, but nothing happens. Is there something I need to type in befor using commands?

RE: MML

\ before every command.  

RE: MML

(OP)
IS THAT BEFORE THE LOGIN COMMAND AS WELL?
 

RE: MML

(OP)
I get a "connect" but no matter what I type in, I get no response from the PBX.

RE: MML

\login,cbf
should then prompt for password

RE: MML

(OP)
I just tried the \login,cbf and the password prompt does not come up. when I dial up the PBX it does prompt connected. But it seem no matter what I type the PBX does not respond.

RE: MML

check your modem settings e,7,1. and baud rate 9600?

RE: MML

Ok, I'll sheck it out

RE: MML

Yes, the MAT is set up for 7,E,1 and baud eate is 9600. It is also set to echo-off and capture-none

RE: MML

need to be half duplex

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