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US Robotics Total Control unit... ??

US Robotics Total Control unit... ??

US Robotics Total Control unit... ??

Good day;

Recently we had a US Robotics 'Total Control' device donated to us for our 'Retro Lab' project.

We cannot seem to find any information about this unit;

We would like to have a manual or a configuration guide; some sort of document that may tell us just exactly what it is we have here...

I have attached a pic to hopefully aid in identifying this thing...

If anyone has any idea what this is, and any insight as to how to operate it, it would be immensely appreciated.

Thank you.

RE: US Robotics Total Control unit... ??

looks like a bay unit for multiple individual modems. Basically 1 PC with however many modem cards you would like to attach. Other than that I've got little input. I'd guess it uses a legacy USR driver that's going to be terribly hard to find.

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