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Quick Installation Guide
... 3 I.......................................................................Contents Agere V................ .......................... If you are replacing an existing modem ........ 1 System Requirements........... 13 1 ........................92/56K Modem .......... 9 FCC NOTICE ...................... 3 II............................ 6 Frequently Asked Questions.... .............................................. Connecting Phone Lines to Your modem.................. 2 Installations.........
PnP works only under Windows 98/ME/2000 and Windows XP. XP. Microsoft’s PC 2001 compliant.0 or 2000. PnP feature provides one step and easy installation. You must have an Pentium. NT 4. thus eliminating the constraint of the slow UART serial port. instead use our A series hardware controller modem. System Requirements.Your WIN modem is a PCI bus internal modem with Plug-and-Play (PnP) feature. You also need Windows 98.92 and V. In data mode. ME. • • • • • • 2 . download and receive data at up to 56K bps with compatible ISP. PnP feature allows you to install your modem without you knowing and setting up Com Port address and IRQ numbers. all-inclusive functions for home and office. Runs under Windows 98/ME/2000/XP with Pentium 233 or faster computer. Features and benefits. • PCI bus interface allows data to move from modem to PC as fast as PCI bus. Full feature data.90 56K protocol enabled in driver so the modem can connect with either standard without upgrading or changing driver. or compatible PC with at least Pentium 233 MHz speed. fax and voice provide powerful. Both ITU-T V. do not use this modem card. If you do not have any one of these.
you must remove your old modem driver and Com port by following these steps: Click on “Control Panel” > “Modem” then highlight the name of your old modem. Click “Remove”. It will open the Add New Hardware Wizard reporting that it searches for the new drivers for an Unknown Device. Insert your modem card into your PCI bus slot. Wait for Windows to start. 3 . l Under Windows system. Windows will report that it has found a new hardware. Next from “Control Panel” click on “Systems” > “Device Manager” > “Ports (Com & LPT)”. If you are replacing an existing modem Before you take out your old modem and put your new 56K modem in. follow these steps.Installations Before you install the modem into your PC. l l l l Shut down your computer and take out your old modem. Open your computer’s case and find an empty PCI bus slot. Tighten the screws on the modem bracket. You will see the following screens. l When Windows boots for the first time after the modem card is installed. Then click on the “Modem” and make sure your old modem is removed. Highlight the Com port of the old modem and click on “Remove”. check this: I. Then close your computer case and power on.
Windows will propose to search for the best drivers for your device.l Click on the Next button. All the driver files are on the CD supplied with the modem. l Click on the Next button. To enter the path name (for example D:\Driver\w98) for the location of the driver. Insert the CD that contains the modem drivers. Do not use any driver files from your Windows CD. 4 .
5 .l Click on the Next button. l Click on the Next button. The Agere driver for PCI Modem will be proposed. Windows will build a database for this modem.
l II. One is marked “LINE SYMBOL” or “WALL SYMBOL” and the other marked “PHONE SYMBOL”.l l Click again on the Next button to finish the installation of the modem driver. check to see whether it occupies the same com port or not by clicking on the “Modem” from “Control Panel”. 6 . it will auto-detect the correct files and copy them onto your disk. you can purchase an inexpensive converter at most electronics stores. Connecting Phone Lines to Your modem. Your fax modem has two modular telephone jacks on the back of the board. Your new WIN modem should use the same Com Port number. After Windows installs the driver. Windows will find an wave device of the modem. If your wall outline is not a modular type.
Your modem must be connected to phone outline that has an RJ11 jack. If you use a PBX or business phone system. Plug one end of the phone cord that came with the modem into the modem jack marked “LINE SYMBOL” or “WALL SYMBOL”. 7 . 1. The “PHONE SYMBOL “ jack is for you to plug an ordinary telephone set. Plug the other end of the same phone cord into the wall jack. RJ11 line is sometimes called a single line phone. make sure the extension line is an RJ11 outline. 2. Make sure you do not plug the phone cord into the modem jack marked “PHONE SYMBOL”.
the modem will dial but will not connect to the other computer. NOTE: If you plug the phone cord into the wrong jack in the modem (switch the “LINE SYMBOL” and “PHONE SYMBOL” plug). (Refer to your software manual). You can also connect a telephone set to your modem.Connecting your phone lines. 8 . enabling you to use the phone when the modem is not in used. The phone set can be used in your voice mail application software. Simply connect the phone cord from your phone set to the jack in the back of the modem that is labeled “PHONE SYMBOL”.
X2 and K56Flex. you can still connect to 33. How does 56K work? What is V. Because this technology bypasses the analog-to-digital conversion in the ISP site.44 are the new international standards for analog modems. Thus making the downloading faster. After February 1998. 2. 56K protocol can use a larger portion of the network bandwidth. you cannot connect to 56K with K56flex (however.90 on their equipment.Frequently Asked Questions Basic Modem Questions. What is V. Before February 1998.90 standard.92 and V. The revolutionary breakthrough of 56 Kbps is made possible by utilizing the digital telephone network in the ISP location or corporate central sites. Before you can use it. the ITU-T committee has endorsed a preliminary standard which will make X2 and K56Flex compatible. These speeds cannot be achieved with modem-to-modem connections. If an ISP implements the X2.6K).92 and V. They improve 9 .90? 56K bps speed can be achieved only when downloading or receiving data from an ISP (Internet Service Provider). The new standard is called ITU V. in the downstream path. your ISP must have implemented V. there were two incompatible 56K standards. 1. namely.44? ITU-T recommendations V.
This modem supports both V. V. Modem on hold. plays greeting. You can also take your sound card WAV files and play it to the modem or use it as a message.44 updates the older compression standard V.92 or V. The new features of V.42bis.90 connection is not negotiated. 3. which increases the upstream transmission rate up to 48 kbits/s under the best line conditions.92 are as follows: Fast connect. which decreases start-up times on recognized connections. your voice modem can do more. which allows the user to place the modem on hold when an incoming call is identified. These files can be played using your sound card.the features of the former standards V. How do I use the voice features? The voice feature is actually a digital voice messaging system.92.92 and V. and records caller’s voice mail just like an answering machine. Like your old tape answering machine. As the central-site architecture begins to move towards V. most of the existing infrastructure only supports V.90 and V.42bis with simple yet powerful changes designed to enhance the inter-net experience. greetings and playbacks are converted into digital files.42bis was created ten years ago and predates the World Wide Web.34 for connections where a V.90 equipment. V. All voice message.90 with a fallback to V. V. You can also 10 .44 addresses the content changes from the last ten years and can provide significantly increased throughput. PCM upstream. However. your voice modem answers a phone call.
I use Win 3. Powerful features include pager notification. my software says “No Dial Tone”. Supervoice and Winfax. you need the hardware controller modem. I connected to AOL at 57. why? 11 . Windows ME. what should I do? This modem is for Pentium 233 MHz or higher with Windows 98/2000/ME and Windows XP only. AOL has 12 million users. 4. why? Your modem can only go as fast as the other side can send data. Windows 98. 5. The modem is compatible with all the popular voice fax software. Windows 2000 and Windows XP operation system. Windows NT4. QuickLink. but it is very slow when downloading files or getting my email.retrieve you messages from a touch tone phone outside.600 bps. What is WIN modem? WIN modem means that modems can be used only under Windows 95.1 or DOS. If you use Win3. Try AOL during off peak hours and see the difference. After I install everything and tries to dial. Imagine if half of the 12 million users get on line. fax on demand are available in software such as Bitware. 2.1 or DOS.0. 1. Installation and Setup Questions.
After I got connected. make sure the “message waiting” tone is clear. In other words. different software will report different connection speeds. Or why different modem report different speeds? There are two speeds reported by the modem and your software. your modem may connect at slower speed for each call. The “Line Speed” or the “Connected at xxxxxx” speed reported by the modem is the carrier speed or the actual speed the modem will transmit data through the phone line to the other end. The speed will also drop if the phone line get noisy after you are connected. The DTE speed is the transmission speed from your modem to your PC. Clear your message waiting. you should not hear the fast tone. Because of line noise conditions. (b) Plug a regular phone into the “Phone” jack and lift it up to hear a dial tone. Your software and modem should report the “Line Speed” rather than the DTE speed. it is actually sending more data to your PC after it decompresses the data from the other end. 12 . 3. (c) If you have a voice mail feature from your phone company (answering machine service). Because your modem has data compression feature.Check the following things: (a) The phone cord from the wall jack (telephone company) is plugged into the jack label “WALL” or “LINE” in the modem.
But if advance notice is not practical. No user serviceable parts contain in this equipment. You will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. the Telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. This equipment may not be used in coin service provided by the telephone company. the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity. or individual. provides this information to your telephone company. On the solder side (back side) of this equipment is a label that contains. If possible. If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network. If you experience trouble with this equipment. they will notify you in advance. In most. as determined by the REN. This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a compatible modular jack which is part 68 compliant. please contact your dealer for information on obtaining service or repairs. In order to program this information into your fax modem. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device. you should follow the instructions in the software setup and installation manual.FCC NOTICE This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. you will be notified in advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. operations or procedures that would affect the proper functioning of your equipment. you will be notified as soon as possible. the sum of all the REN’s of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5. to send any message unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission. other entity. including fax machines. You must. The REN is useful to determine the quality of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all those devices ring when your telephone number is called. 13 . but not all areas. (The telephone number provided may not be a 900 number or any other number for which charges exceeds local or long-distance transmission charges). equipment. Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities. you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area. To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line. See installation instructions for details. An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug are provided with this equipment. This equipment uses RJ11 jacks. among other information. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. upon request. or other individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business. If they do.0). The telephone company may ask that you disconnect this equipment form the network until the problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
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