RE: Problem with Simple.Connect
- From: "Herriot, Nicholas, VF-Group" <Nicholas Herriot vodafone com>
- To: "Eugene Crosser" <crosser average org>, "Dan Williams" <dcbw redhat com>, "Andrew Bird (Sphere Systems)" <ajb spheresystems co uk>, Pablo Martí Gamboa <pmarti warp es>
- Cc: networkmanager-list gnome org
- Subject: RE: Problem with Simple.Connect
- Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 10:11:22 +0200
I thought the +++ escape sequence was rarely used. I've read that it's usually disabled to avoid malfunction in case these characters are legitimately a part of the data stream?
If this is a workaround where do people suggest the intelligence be placed?
From: Eugene Crosser [mailto:crosser average org]
Sent: 14 October 2009 07:05
To: Dan Williams
Cc: Pablo Martí Gamboa; Herriot, Nicholas, VF-Group; networkmanager-list gnome org
Subject: Re: Problem with Simple.Connect
Dan Williams wrote:
> But with DTR and without ATH, isn't the connection still active? It
> thought DTR transitions just broke into command mode so you *could*
> run ATH. I didn't think they terminated an active data connection too...
In the olden days of dialup modems, dropping DTR was the "official" way to terminate the connection. The sequence of "<pause>+++<pause>ATH\r" was considered a workaround, for the case when you had a three wire cable and the modem was configured to ignore (the absence of) DTR.
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