The default tab displayed when opening a device's Modem
Properties dialog is "General". It displays the settings and
information about the fax device, including: the port on which it
operates, the identifier (CSID) you specified, etc.
Display the Fax Device's name by default. Enter a new name if you
would like to change.
- COM Port
Select the port on which this modem is installed.
- Fax Class
Choose a fax class you would like to use. For Diva fax boards, it
always shows Diva API.
Class 1 and Class 2.0 are protocols defined by the TIA/EIA. Class 1
is a lower level protocol, so the computer has to implement more of
the actual T.30 fax protocol. Class 2.0 provides a higher
level interface. If you have a poor quality modem, it's
better to use Class 1. If you have a high quality modem, then
you will get better performance using Class 2.0.
- Reset sequence
AT command is used to reset the fax device.
- Init sequence
AT commands configure the modem's options for things like error
correction, data compression, flow control, and many other
- Local-ID (TSID)
Specify a unique transmitting subscriber
identification (abbreviated TSID)
which is usually a combination of your fax number and company name
for the fax device, to identify itself as the sender of a fax
- Enable Outbound Calls & Enable Inbound
Select these options whether use this modem to send or receive fax
- Answer to calls after [n] rings
Specify how many times the line must ring before FaxMind will
- Use Dial Prefix for outbound calls
If your fax line is behind a PBX or some other switched phone
system, an access code may be specified for dialing an outside
line, e.g. 9 or
- Auto cancel calls after [n] seconds
FaxMind will automatically hand off the call if there's no response
data from this fax modem after the length of time has elapsed.
- Silent Mode
Check this option to turn off the speaker of your modem.
Specify the working times for this fax device.
- If you are having issue with faxes being "garbled", "top 10% of
the page", "half page is missing", etc., try using the 2nd
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