How can I test a dial up modem?

Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by NZ2N, Mar 29, 2007.

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  1. W6TMI

    W6TMI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Just find a local service provider, look up numbers and dial one using a terminal program. See if you get some kinda login prompt. Type something to see if it sends characters.
     
  2. KE7IPY

    KE7IPY QRZ Member

    I did a quick search and found a list of toll-free(not all of them, mind you) numbers you can call on your modem to test. If you can connect, read and send, you're in business.

    http://www.modemsite.com/56k/trouble4.asp
     
  3. KA5PIU

    KA5PIU Guest

    Hello.

    The super easy way is to use the Microsoft ISP finder.
    This dials an 800 number, to give you the current lineup.
    Free and easy way to check everything.
     
  4. WD8OQX

    WD8OQX Ham Member QRZ Page

    There are "AT" commands to test - you use the loopback so you won't need to connect to an ISP or anything else. Can test quite a few things this way.
     
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