[NA-User] NA 10.53 and Packet
Mon, 10 Dec 2001 05:47:59 -0800 (PST)
I have the same setup, but I find that entering the
packet window in NA (and CT) and typing [CTRL]-C puts
me into the modem's command mode. No feedback from
the modem appears on the screen, though. Typing
[CTRL]-C [space] and then the command you wish to
execute should work. I sometimes use the "Converse"
command this way if I have exited NA (or CT) and then
started it back up again without signing off the
packet cluster. Once in a while this procedure fails,
and the I end up back at the DOS command prompt (after
all, [CRTL]-C is a DOS kill command).
--- Ray C Fallen <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks for reading this. I'm using 10.53 and an
> MFJ-1278 Packet Modem.
> In order to initialize the modem in command mode
> while using 10.53, I
> have to
> power off the modem and turn it back on again to get
> the CMD: prompt.
> Pressing control and C doesn't seem to work.
> This can be a pain as I get disconnected on busy
> The packet works fine (the control and C works)
> using DXBase for DOS 5.0.
> Any ideas?
> Youngstown, Ohio
> NA-User mailing list
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