Configuration of US Robotics 56K Modem on Avaya Octel 250 and Octel 350 Message Servers (Legacy KB ID CNC TS18161)

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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AFFECTED SYSTEMS: Octel 250/350


DESCRIPTION: Beginning in December 2000, a 3COM/US Robotics 56K fax modem is being shipped with the Octel 250. Previously, a Boca Research 33.6-Kbps modem was provided. The US Robotics modem can also be used with the Octel 350 message server.


Make sure you set the dip switch settings to the following:


Dip switch settings


Switch 1 = On


Switch 2 = Off (default)


Switch 3 = Off


Switch 4 = On


Switch 5 = Off


Switch 6 = Off (default)


Switch 7 = Off (default)


Switch 8 = On (default)


When initializing the modem, use the following initialization string:


ATE0Q1&C1&D0S0=1&N6&K0Y0&W0


Although the current Peripheral Equipment Manual (part number 101-1386-002) does not refer to the US Robotics modem specifically, it can be used as a reference if further assistance is needed.


When ordering the 3COM/US Robotics 56K fax modem, use the following Comcode: 408430403.



Related Issues/Questions:
Configuration of US Robotics 56K Modem on Avaya Octel 250 and Octel 350 Message ServersĀ 
Avaya Octel 250 and Octel 350 Message Server modem configuration, Date of release: 1/08/2001

Problem Environment:
This information applies to: Avaya Octel 250 and Octel 350 Message Server modem configuration
Date of release: 1/08/2001
eHealth for Voice

Additional Information:
This is a copy of an Avaya information bulletin and describes configuration of the modem connected directly to an Avaya Octel 250 or Octel 350 message server.


(Legacy KB ID CNC TS18161 )