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In article <931218...@nanguo.cstpl.com.au> ea...@nanguo.cstpl.com.au (Bob Chalmers) writes:Most modems will drop carrier if the buffer overflows, so not using hardware
>Is your modem set to auto-baud select, usually &Q6? That way you can have
>a different telco line speed to that between the modem and computer.
>Although that doesn't look like the problem here.
>: system mwcbbs
>: time Any
>: baud 38400
>: port com4fl
>: phone 17085590452
>: chat "" \n in:-\n-in: nuucp word: public word: XXXXXXXXXX
> \r\d\r in: nuucp
> should be a little more responsive,
>I'd be inclined to use a non-flow controlled port. UUCP does it's own flow
>This is the bit that you are falling over on. mwcbbs takes some time to answer
flow control is not a good move unless you're using the same baud rate from
CPU to modem as modem to modem.
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