Preferred USR Modem v.92 Init String

This is a string I like to use.

AT&F1&N6M1L3S0=1
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Mitsubishi 3000GT Images

Link to my old gallery of my old 3000GT

https://www.vhdesigns.com/Car_pics/

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Toshiba M200 Comvertible Tablet

Just a link to the image gallery of my old M200 Tablet.

https://www.vhdesigns.com/m200/

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My New site http://www.askvarian.com/

Here’s a new site I’m setting up that contains all the neat stuff I know and find on the internet. It’s starting out as a place I can post things I find useful.

http://www.askvarian.com/

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Easy way to create an virtual ip address

Easy way to create an virtual ip address:

 ifconfig eth0:1  inet  192.168.1.5  netmask  255.255.255.224
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Backup MySQL DB Tip

 mysqldump -u root -pPASSWORD -h 127.0.0.1 --all-databases | gzip > database_`date '+%m-%d-%Y'`.sql.gz
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BTRFS Fun – Funtoo Linux

BTRFS Fun – Funtoo Linux.

BTRFS! Trying something new in prep for creating a custom large storage array at work.

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U.S. Robotics v.92 external init string

U.S. Robotics

For instructions on how to physically connect it and for general configuration instructions, see the documentation that came with the modem.

Set the DIP switches on the modem to match the settings listed in the table below.

U.S. Robotics External Modem Switch Settings Switch Setting Function 

  1. OFF (Up) DTR (Data Terminal Ready) override
  2. OFF (Up) Result codes
  3. ON (Down) Result codes
  4. OFF (Up) Keyboard command echo
  5. ON (Down) Auto answer
  6. OFF (Up) CD (Carrier Detect) override
  7. ON (Down) Power-on and ATZ reset factory defaults
  8. ON (Down) AT command recognition

 

Initialization Strings:

When using a US Robotics modem, I have found the best initialization strings are:

Using Caller ID AT&F1&N6S0=2#CID=1
Without Caller ID AT&F1&N6S0=1
Error Correction Disabled* AT&F1&M0&K0&N6S0=1
If you need to connect to older systems using TN1648 boards (2400 baud) you need to turn off error control (ARQ) by adding &M0 to the string like: AT&F1&N6&M0&K0S0=1

 

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Publishing from my phone

Well this is a neat idea. Too bad there’s no one out there to read this

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Retrieve, View or Display Wireless WEP or WPA WiFi Network Security Key or Password in Windows 7 « My Digital Life

Retrieve, View or Display Wireless WEP or WPA WiFi Network Security Key or Password in Windows 7 « My Digital Life.

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Retrieve, View or Display Wireless (WEP or WPA WiFi) Network Security Key or Password in Windows 7

Windows 7, like its predecessors, remembers and saves (on user consent) the network security key or password on first connection to a secured wireless (WiFi) network which is protected by WEP, WPA or WPA2, so that Windows 7 can automatically authenticate, sign in and connect to the Internet through the wireless access point or WiFi hotspot on every system startup.

For many reason, end users may want to retrieve or view the WEP, WPA or WPA2 protected wireless network security key. For example, lost or forgotten administrator password making it impossible to view the serial key on the Wi-Fi wireless gateway or router, or need to setup new computer to access the Internet through same wireless network adapter or Wi-Fi hotspot.

The quickest way to get the network security key for an existing wireless connection, of course, is from the PC or computer which is currently connected to the wireless network. Although the network security key is saved and stored in local Windows computer, Windows OS does not provide an easy way to retrieve, view or display the network security key or password on screen, in plain text and not hidden as asterisk, until Windows 7.

How to Recover, Retrieve, Show or Display Network Security Key for WEP, WPA or WPA2 Protected Secure Wireless Network in Windows 7

  1. Go to Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center.
  2. Click on Manage wireless networks on the left pane.
  3. A list of wireless networks that the PC used to connect to with saved password or security key. Click to highlight on a wireless network connection that user wants to view its network security key, and the right click on it and select Properties.

  4. Click on Security tab.
  5. The network security key for the wireless network is hidden by asterisk by default. Instead of usingutilities to reveal, display or show original characters of password or key hidden behind asterisks, click on Show characters button to reveal and display the actual original network security key on screen.

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