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Using procomm to program

Using procomm to program

Using procomm to program

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Can someone tell me what the settings in Procom would need to be in order to program the Definity system via the serial port on the back of the system. The original AT&T terminal is dead. Looking for Baud rate, terminal type, parity, stop bits, data bits, etc...
Thanks!

RE: Using procomm to program

I am using Procomm Plus(old DOS version 2.01) and I like it.
To work with it you need only change key mapping for 5 keys (Alt+F8 in Procom PLus):

KEYPAD -    ^[OM                        (Help)
KEYPAD /    ^[Ow                        (Cansel)
PgUp          ^[[V
PgDwn        ^[[U
KEY  ENTER  ^[SB

good luck

RE: Using procomm to program

Hi gshaheen,

The settings you need are 8-N-1 and terminal mode 4410.

Hope this helps,

Chris

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