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BASIC   'AT' COMMANDSET
EXTENDED 'AT&' COMMAND SET
EXTENDED 'AT*' COMMAND SET
BASIC   S-REGISTER, 'ATSn=x'
EXTENDED S-REGISTERS, 'ATSn=x'
RESULT CODE OPTIONS TABLE

 

 

 

ZyXEL omni.net DATA DSS1: V 1.05 
B0C1

ati9
($ZYX0CED\0000B0C1\MODEM\\ZyXEL omni.net DATA V 1.05    1C)

Current settings .....
ISDN Outgoing Service : PPP+X.75+V.120                       460800 N81
 E1  Q0  V1  X5  Z4 
CB0 CC0 CD0 CP0 
&C1 &D2 &E0 &H3 &J0 &K00 &O2 &R1 &S0 
*D0 *GC0 *G0 
S00 =  0 S01 =  0 S02 = 43 S03 = 13 S04 = 10 S05 =  8 S06 =  3 S07 = 60
S08 =  2 S09 =  6 S10 =  7 S11 = 70 S12 =  0 S13 =  0 S14 =  2 S15 =130
S16 =  0 S17 = 30 S18 =  0 S19 = 17 S20 = 14 S21 =178 S22 =  0 S23 =105
S24 = 34 S25 =  0 S26 =  0 S27 =155 S28 = 68 S29 =  0 S30 =  0 S31 = 17
S32 = 19 S33 =  0 S34 = 30 S35 = 32 S36 =  0 S37 =  0 S38 =  0 S39 =  0
S40 =  0 S41 =  0 S42 =  0 S43 =  1 S44 =  0 S45 =100 S46 = 28 S47 =  0
S48 =  0 S49 =  0 S50 =  0 S51 =  0 S52 =  0 S53 =  0 S54 =  0 S55 =  0
S56 = 50 S57 =  0 S58 =  0 S59 =  0 S60 =  0 S61 =  0 S62 =  0 S63 =  0
S64 =  5 S65 =  0 S66 =  0 S67 =  0 S68 =  0 S69 =  0 S70 =  0 S71 =  0
S72 =  0 S73 =  0 S74 =  0 S75 =  0 S76 =  0 S77 =  0 S78 =  0 S79 = 12
S80 =  0 S81 = 74 S82 = 62 S83 = 32 S84 =  0 S85 =  1 S86 =  0 S87 =  0
S88 =  2 S89 =  0 S90 =  0 S91 =  0 S92 =  0 S93 =  0 S94 =  0 S95 =  0
S96 =  0 S97 =  0 S98 =  0 S99 =  0 S100=  0 S101= 74 S102= 62 S103=  0
S104=  0 S105=  0 S106=  0 S107=  0 S108=  0 S109=  0 S110=  0 S111=  0
S112=  8 S113=  0 S114=  8 S115=  0 S116=  0 S117=  0 S118=  0 S119= 16
S120=  0 S121=  1 S122= 52 S123=  0 S124=  0 S125=  0 S126= 48 S127= 32
ZyXEL omni.net Quick Reference Guide
For Firmware Version 1.03 or higher
  BASIC    'AT' COMMANDSET

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  Command             Function & Description                             Ref.

  A/                  Re-execute the last command once.
  A>                  Re-execute the last command once or repeat the
                      last call up to 9 times. (See also S8)
  <any key>           Terminate current connection attempt when enter
                      in handshaking state.
  +++                 Escape sequence code, entered in data state, wait
                      for omni.net to return to command state.
  ATA                 Go on-line in answer mode. (See also S39b2)
  ATBnn               Select ISDN Teleservice                            S102
                      'B' must be followed by two digits.
          B0n         X.75 :
          B00         X.75 Transparent
          B01         X.75 T.70
          B10         V.110 User rate follows DTE speed (async)
                      User rate determined by in-band negotiation (sync)
          B11         V.110 user rate = 64000 bps (sync mode)            S117
          B13         V.110 user rate = 2400 bps
          B14         V.110 user rate = 4800 bps
          B15         V.110 user rate = 9600 bps
          B16         V.110 user rate = 14400 bps
          B17         V.110 user rate = 19200 bps
          B18         V.110 user rate = 38400 bps (async only)
          B19         V.110 user rate = 57600 bps (async only)
          B20         V.120
          B40         PPP async to sync conversion
          B41         SLIP to sync HDLC conversion
          B42         EuroFile Transfer
                      Multi Auto Dial Out (valid only if s80.6=1)
          B90         PPP+X.75                                           S122
          B91         PPP+X.75+T.70+ISO_8208+T.90+BTX
          B92         X.75+T.70+ISO_8208+T.90+BTX+PPP
          B93         PPP+V.120
          B94         V.120+PPP
          B95         PPP+X.75+V.120
          B96         PPP+V.120+X.75
          B97         X.75+V.120+PPP
  ATBPn   n=0-1       Configuration PPP BACP/BAP negotiation
          BP0         Disable PPP BACP/BAP
          BP1     *   Enable PPP BACP/BAP
  ATCBn   n=0-1       Configuration of embedded protocol analyzer       S84b1
          CB0         Disable the capture of B channel protocols
          CB1         Enable the capture of B channel protocols
  ATCCn   n=0-1       Configuration of embedded protocol analyzer       S84b0
          CC0         Disable the capture of DTE-DCE interface
                      protocols
          CC1         Enable the capture of DTE-DCE interface
                      protocols
  ATCDn   n=0-1       Configuration of embedded protocol analyzer       S84b2
          CD0         Disable the capture of D channel protocols
          CD1         Enable the capture of D channel protocols
  ATCEn   n=0-1       Call bumping control for PPP/MP and CCB           S85b0
          CE0         Disable the call bumping function
          CE1     *   Enable the call bumping function
  ATCFxy(tranfer_no.) For DSS1,activate the call forwarding service
  ATCFxy              Deactivate the call forwarding service
                      (Note!You should set your own number first,AT&ZOx=s)
          x=B         Call forwarding busy(CFB)
            U         Call forwarding unconditional(CFU)
            NR        Call forwarding no-reply(or no-response,CFNR)
          y=I         ISDN data(unrestricted digital)
  ATCF?               Query the status of  call forwarding(DSS1 only)
  ATCG                Diagnostics
  ATCH?               Display the accumulated charging unit of the
                      last call.
  ATCI<prefix>        Prefix number string to be added to the
                      Calling-party-number before indicating to the
                      DTE when the Numbering Plan denotes
                      international.
  ATCLn   n=0-2048    Maximum size of user data in a packet (number
                      of bytes)
  ATCL?               Enquire current setting of ATCLn
  ATCN<prefix>        Prefix number string to be added to the
                      Calling-party-number before indicating to the
                      DTE when the Numbering Plan denotes national.
  ATCRn   n=0-3   *0  Resumes a previoully suspended call, n is the
                      call identifier(Europe)
  ATCSn   n=0-3   *0  Suspend a call, n is the call identifier(Europe)
  ATCT                Clear buffer and start the embedded protocol
                      analyzer. Capture data immediately and start
                      timer.
  ATC$                Stop the capturing of embeded protocol analyzer
  ATDs                Dial s (number and options) that follows (see
                      also S38b0, S35b4). The options of s are listed
                      as follows :
          ,           Pause for a time specified in S6. Remaining
                      digits will be dialed as in-band DTMF.
          Y0      *   Unknown type of number
          Y1          International number
          Y2          National number
          Y3          Network specific number
          Y4          Subscriber number
          Y6          Abbreviated number
          Z0      *   Type of subaddress - NSAP with AFI=$50, IA5
                      characters
          Z2          Type of subaddress - user specified, IA5
                      characters
          N0      *   Unknown numbering plan
          N1          ISDN/Telephony numbering plan (CCITT E.164/
                      E.163)
          N3          Data numbering plan (CCITT X.121)
          N8          National standard numbering plan
          N9          Private numbering plan
          /           Called party subaddress delimeters
  The format of s will be :
          [[Yn][Nn]called_party_Number][[W][,]]inband_dtmf_number
       or [[Yn][Nn]called_party_Number][/[Zn]called_party_subaddress/]
  ATDIs               Dial s (number and options) that follows
                      for ISDN data call
  ATDL                Repeat last ATD command
  ATDNn   n=0,1       Set the Directory Numbers (USA)
                        ATDN0=xxxxxx set the DN0 value
                        ATDN0=       clear the DN0
                        ATDN?        query present DNs
  ATDSn   n=0-39      Dial number stored in NVRAM at location 'n',      S44b3
                      use '+' to dial two consecutive numbers for
                      bundling or PPP/MP calls
  ATEn                Command mode local echo of keyboard commands.     S23b0
          E0          Echo off
          E1 *        Echo on
  ATHn                On/off hook control
          H0 *        Hang up (on-hook) ISDN Data Call, same as 'ATH'
  ATIn                Display inquired information
          I0          Display product code, same as 'ATI'.
                      Results: 1291          (USA)
                               1292          (DSS1)
                               1293          (1TR6)
          I1          Display product information and ROM checksum
                      Results: omni.net D<switch>: V x.xx
                               <checksum>
                      where <switch>= USA, DSS1, or 1TR6
          I3          Display link status report of ISDN call
          I9          Display Microsoft PnP code
          I11         Display PPP status.
  ATJAn   n=0-255 *48 Add-threshold for PPP/MP Bandwidth-On-Demand      S126
                      in Kbps unit,        
  ATJSn   n=0-255 *32 Sub-threshold for PPP/MP Bandwidth-On-Demand      S127
                      in Kbps unit
  ATJHn               PPP/MP DTE compression option switch
          n=0         Disable DTE compression, compression done by TA
          n=1*        Enable DTE compression if avaiable
  ATKAxn  n=0-63  *0  Add-persist time interval for BOD,             S85b1-7
                      BOD disabled if n=0
                      x= M(in Minute unit) or S(in Second unit)
  ATKSxn  n=0-63  *0  Sub-persist time interval for BOD,            S125b1-7
                      x= M(in Minute unit) or S(in Second unit)
  ATO                 Return to on-line state
  ATPn    n=0-6       D-channel protocol selection(USA)                   S86
                      for American Version
          P0  *       Northern Telecom proprietary ISDN
          P1          National ISDN 1(1 SPID)
          P2          National ISDN 1(2 SPID)
          P3          reserved
          P4          AT&T proprietary point-to-point
          P5          AT&T proprietary point-to-multipoint(1 SPID)
          P6          AT&T proprietary point-to-multipoint(2 SPID)
  ATQn                Result code displayed                             S23b7
          Q0  *       omni.net returns result code.
          Q1          omni.net does not return result code.
  ATSr.b=n            Set bit 'b' of S-register 'r' to value 'n'.
                      'n' is a binary digit '0' or '1'.
  ATSr.b?             Display value of bit 'b' of S-register 'r'.
  ATSr=n              Set S-register 'r' to value 'n'. 'n' must be a
                      decimal number between 0 and 255.
  ATSr?               Display value stored in S-register 'r'.
  ATSPIDr=nnn...      User enters Service Profile ID nnnn...(USA)
          SPID0       First SPID number
          SPID1       Second SPID Number, if any
  ATSPID?             Display the SPID setting(s)
  ATUPX               Download firmware to the Flash EPROM
  ATVn                Verbal/Numeric result codes.                      S23b6
          V0          Display result code in numeric form. (See also
                      S35b7 and the result code table of 'ATXn')
          V1 *        Display result code in verbose form.
  ATXn    n=0-8  *5   Result code options, see the Options Table      S23b3-5
  ATZn    n=0-4       Reset omni.net and set power-on profile.        S15b5-7
          Zn          Reset omni.net and load user profile n (0-3).
          Z4          Reset omni.net and load factory settings.
  AT$                 Basic command summary help
  EXTENDED 'AT&' COMMAND SET

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  Command             Function & Description                             Ref.

  &Cn                 Carrier Detect (CD) options                       S21b4
          &C0         CD always ON (See also S42b7)
          &C1  *      CD tracks presence of carrier.
  &Dn                 Data Terminal Ready (DTR) options.              S21b6-7
                      (See also S25)
          &D0         Ignore DTR signal, assume DTR is always ON.
          &D1         108.1, DTR OFF-ON transition causes dial of the
                      default number.  (See also 'AT*Dn')
                      Note: This function is ignored when power on.
          &D2  *      108.2, Data Terminal Ready, DTR OFF causes the
                      omni.net to hang up.
          &D3         Same as &D2 but DTR OFF causes the omni.net to
                      hang up and reset from profile 0.
  &En                 B channel line speed for ISDN data call          S118b2
          &E0  *      64Kbps
          &E1         56Kbps (Default for American ISDN)
  &F                  Load factory settings to RAM as active
                      configuration.
  &Hn                 DTE port 1 Data flow control, DTE/DCE.          S27b3-5
          &H0         Flow control disabled.
          &H3  *      Hardware (CTS/RTS) flow control.
          &H4         Software (XON/XOFF) flow control.
  &In                 Dial-up/leased line options
          &I0  *      dial-up line mode.
          &I1         leased line mode in B1 channel.
          &I2         leased line mode in B2 channel.
          &I3         leased line mode in both B1 and B2 channel.
  &Jn                 Bundle selection (See also S100)                S87b5-6
          &J0  *      Bundle connection is disabled
          &J1         Bundle connection is enabled in answer
                      mode only
          &J2         Bundle connection is enabled in call
                      mode only
          &J3         Bundle connection is enabled in both
                      directions
  &Knn                PPP/V.120/X.75 data compression control
                      &K must be followed by two digits                 S83b2
          &K00        Disable V.42bis
          &K44        Enable V.42bis (PPP/V.120/X.75), STAC (PPP)
  &Mn                 Synchronous/asynchronous mode options.          S14b6-7
          &M0  *      Asynchronous mode with data buffering.
          &M1         Asynchronous command, synchronous data
          &M2         Direct asynchronous mode, no data buffering.
          &M3         Synchronous mode.
  &On                 Set default call type for conventional dialing  S83b4-5
                      commands
          &O2         ATDs, ATDPs, and ATDTs default to make ISDN
                      data calls
  &Sn                 Data Set Ready (DSR) function selection.          S21b3
          &S0  *      DSR overridden, DSR always ON.
          &S1         DSR according to CCITT (ITU-TSS).
                      (See also S41b5, S44b4)
  &Tn                 omni.net testing.
          &T9         Initiate ISDN loopback test
          &T10        Initiate ISDN loopback with self test
          &T11        Initiate ISDN loopback from B1 through switch
                      to B2.
  &Vn                 View profile settings.
          &V0         View current active settings.
          &Vn         View the (n-1)th user profile settings (n=1-4)
          &V5         View factory default settings.
  &Wn     n=0-3       Write current settings to user profile n in
                      NVRAM.  (See also S35b6)
  &Z?                 Display all the phone numbers stored in NVRAM.
  &Zn=s   n=0-39      Write phone number s to NVRAM at location n
                      (n=0-39) use AT*Dn or ATS29=n to set the
                      default dial pointer.
  &ZIn=s  n=0-7       Assign the phone number (including
                      subaddress, if any) for various B-channel
                      protocols. In answer mode, these numbers
                      will be compared with the received called
                      party number or called party subaddress
                      information. The call will be accepted using
                      the specific protocol if the assigned number
                      of this protocol matches with the called
                      party number.
          &ZI0=s      Assign the phone number for X.75
          &ZI1=s      Assign the phone number for V.110
          &ZI2=s      Assign the phone number for V.120
          &ZI3=s      Assign the phone number for PPP, PPP/MP
          &ZI4=s      Assign the phone number for ISDN data
                      (Multi-Auto answering, auto detect the protocols)
  &ZI?                Display the phone number (including subaddress
                      , if any) for various B-channel protocols
  &ZOx=s              Write own phone number (including
                      subaddress, if any). The number specified by
                      &ZOx will be used as the calling party number
                      while dialing
                      x = I(ISDN)
  &ZO?                Display the own phone numbers assigned via
                      the AT&ZOx=s command
  EXTENDED 'AT*' COMMAND SET

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  Command             Function & Description                             Ref.
  *Dn     n=0-39      Set default dial pointer at telephone               S29
                      directory location n.
          *D0  *      (See also S35b4 and S38b0)
  *Gn                 Security function selection.                    S36b5-7
          *G0  *      Disable security function.
          *G1         Enable type 1 security, with password check
                      (ZyXEL to ZyXEL only).
          *G2         Enable type 1 security, with password check
                      and call back (ZyXEL to ZyXEL only).
          *G3         Enable type 2 security, with password check.
          *G4         Enable type 2 security, with password check
                      and call back.
          *G5         Enable type 2 security, with password check
                      and call back, remote site enters the call
                      back number.
  *GCn                Call-back function selection.                    S119b0
          *GC0 *      Disable call-back function.
          *GC1        Enable call-back function.
  *HCn    n=0-4       Assign call back phone number.
  *Hn     n=0-39      Modify user password table at location n.
  *HS                 Modify supervisory password (Default: 'ZyXEL').
  *In                 Command set selection.                          S17b6-7
          *I0  *      AT command set.
          *I1         V.25bis command set.
  *T                  Recall the last CND (Caller ID) information.
  *V                  View password table
  *VC                 View call-back number table
  BASIC    S-REGISTER, 'ATSn=x'

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  Command     Function & Description                               +Def./Ref.

  S0=         Set the number of rings on which the omni.net will
              answer.  0 value disable auto-answer                       +000
  S1=         Counts and stores number of rings from an
              incoming call                                              +000
  S2=         Define escape code character, default <+> (43
              dec.)                                                      +043
  S3=         Define ASCII Carriage Return                               +013
  S4=         Define ASCII Line Feed                                     +010
  S5=         Define ASCII Backspace                                     +008
  S7=         Set duration, in number of seconds, omni.net waits
              for a connect                                              +060
  S8=         Set duration, in seconds, for pause (,) option in
              Dial command and pause between command
              re-executions for Repeat (>)command                        +002
  EXTENDED S-REGISTERS, 'ATSn=x

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  Command         Function and description                         +Def./Ref.

  S15=    bit     dec     hex     Bit-mapped register                    +130
          7-5     0       0       Profile 0 as active settings after
                                  power on                                 Z0
                  32      20      Profile 1 as active settings after
                                  power on                                 Z1
                  64      40      Profile 2 as active settings after
                                  power on                                 Z2
                  96      60      Profile 3 as active settings after
                                  power on                                 Z3
                  128     80 *    Factory default as active settings
                                  after power on                           Z4
  S16=    bit     dec     hex     Test status register                   +000
                  0       0       No test in progress                     &T0
                  9       9       Loopback test in progress               &T9
                  10      A       Loopback with self test in progress    &T10
                  11      B       loopback from B1 through switch to B2  &T11
  S18=            dec             Force omni.net to fix DTE port 1 baud  +000
                                  rate when idle
                  0          *    Disable fixed baud function
                  1-14,32 1-E,20  Enable baud rate to be fixed when
                                  answering. baud rate value setting
                                  same as S20 except S18=32 for 230400
                                  bps.
  S20=            dec     hex     DTE port 1 speed (bps).  Auto detected
                                  from AT command                        +003
                   0       0      230400
                   1       1      115200
                   3       3      57600
                   4       4      38400
                   5       5      19200
                   9       9      9600
                  11       B      4800
                  12       C      2400
                  13       D      1200
                  14       E      460800
                  15       F      921600
  S21=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +178
          3       0       0       DSR always On                           &S0
                  8       8       According to CCITT (see also S44b4,     &S1
                                  S41b5)
          4       0       0       CD always On                            &C0
                  16      10      CD tracks presence of data connection   &C1
                                  (see also S38b3)
          6-7     0       0       Assume DTR always On                    &D0
                  64      40      108.1, DTR Off-On transition causes     &D1
                                  dial of the default number
                  128     80      108.2 Data Terminal Ready, DTR Off      &D2
                                  causes the omni.net to hang up and return
                                  to command state
                  192     C0      108.2, DTR off causes the omni.net to   &D3
                                  hang up and reset the omni.net to profile
                                  #0 after DTR dropped
  S23=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +105
          0       0       0       Command echo disabled                    E0
                  1       1       Command echo enabled                     E1
          2       0       0       Insertion is not allowed during a
                                  phone call
                  4       4       Insertion is allowed during a phone
                                  call
          3-5     0       0       ATX0  (See result code table)
                  8       8       ATX1            dec      hex      AT
                  16      10      ATX2            40        28       X5
                  24      18      ATX3            48        30       X6
                  32      20      ATX4            56        38       X7
          6       0       0       Display result code in numeric format    V0
                                  (see S35b7)
                  64      40      Display result code in verbose format    V1
  S27=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +156
          3-5     0       0       DTE port 1 Flow control disabled        &H0
                  24      18      DTE port 1 Hardware (RTS/CTS)
                                  flow control                            &H3
                  32      20      Reserved                                &H4
                  40      28      Reserved                                &H5
  S29=            0-39    0-39    Set default dial phone number pointer, +000
                                  use AT&Zn=s to store phone numbers       *D
  S31=            0-255    0-FF   Holds the ASCII decimal value of the   +017
                                  XON
  S32=            0-255    0-FF   Holds the ASCII decimal value of the   +019
                                  XOFF
  S35=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          7       128     60      Enable extended numerical result codes   V0
                                  from 50-71 when an error correction   S23b6
                                  connection is made, use with ATV0, see
                                  result code table
  S36=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          0       0       0       Deny remote request for configuration   *F0
          5-7                     Security function control register
                  0       0       Disable security function               *G0
                  32      20      Enable type 1 security, with password   *G1
                                  check (ZyXEL to ZyXEL only)
                  64      40      Enable type 1 security, with password   *G2
                                  check and call-back (ZyXEL to ZyXEL
                                  only)
                  96      60      Enable type 2 security, with password   *G3
                                  check
                  128     80      Enable type 2 security, with password   *G4
                                  check and call-back
                  160     A0      Enable type 2 security, with password   *G5
                                  check and call-back, remote site enter
                                  the call-back number
  S38=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          3       8       8       DCD on/off sequence follows UNIX  &C1 S21b4
                                  standard, DCD high before connect
                                  message is sent, DCD off after last
                                  DCE response is sent
  S40=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          1       2       2       No result code displayed in answer       Q2
                                  mode
  S41=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          3       8       8       Enable CCITT signals 140 and 141 on
                                  EIA-232D interface
          5       32      20      DSR follows DCD and pulses (see also    &Sn
                                  S44b4)
          6       64      40      Force S0>=2                              S0
  S42=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          3       8       8       Disable escape sequence code in answer
                                  mode
          5       32      20      Disable Data/Voice button
          6       64      40      Disable <RINGING> result code            Xn
          7       128     80      DCD forced on but pulse off for 0.5     &C0
                                  seconds at carrier loss
  S44=    bit     dec     hex     Bit mapped register                    +000
          3       8       8       ATDSn initiates auto-dial of the        &Zn
                                  stored numbers consecutively until a  S38b0
                                  connection is made
          4       16      10      DSR follows DTR (see also S41b5)        &Sn
  S64             dec     hex     Security callback timer in unit        +005
                  0-255   0-FF    of 1 second
  S80=    bit     dec     hex     Bit-mapped register:                   +000
          6      *0       0       Not sending Low Layer Compatibility
                                  information for ISDN data call
                  64      40      Sending Low Layer Compatibility
                                  for ISDN data call
  S82=                            ISDN data type; a temporary variable
                                  used while call in progress
                  60              V.120 64000
                  61              V.120 56000
                  62              X.75  64000 Transparent
                  63              X.75  56000 Transparent
                  64              X.75  64000 T.70
                  65              X.75  56000 T.70
                  70              X.75  64000 BTX
                  71              X.75  56000 BTX
                  72              V.110 64000
                  73              V.110 56000
                  74              PPP async to sync 64K
                  75              PPP async to sync 56K
                  76              SLIP to sync HDLC conversion 64K
                  77              SLIP to sync HDLC conversion 56K
  S83=    bit     dec     hex     Bit-mapped register:                   +000
          2       0       0       ISDN without V.42bis                   &K00
                  4       4       ISDN with V.42bis if applicable        &K44
         4-5      32      20      ATDs, ATDPs, and ATDTs is mapped        &O2
                                  to ATDIs
          6       0       0  *    DOVBS answer using 56Kbps (for USA only)
                  64      40      DOVBS answer using 64Kbps
          7       0       0  *    ISDN data call using nornal Bearer Service
                                  (for USA only)
                  128     80      ISDN data call using voice Bearer Service
  S84=    bit     dec     hex
          0-2                     Embedded protocol analyzer control      CCn
          0       1       1       Capture DTE-DCE interface protocol
                                  information
          1       2       2       Capture the B-channel (X.75 or V.120)
                                  frames
          2       4       4       Capture the D-channel protocol
                                  information
          3       0      *0       Display S register value in decimal
                                  format
                  8       8       Display S register value in hex format
          4      *0       0       Indicate Caller ID after the 1st RING
                                  message
                  16      10      Disable Caller ID indication
  S85=    bit     dec     hex
          1-6            *0       Add-persist time interval              KAxn
          7       0      *0       S85b1-6 is in Second unit              KASn
                  128     80      S85b1-6 is in Minute unit              KAMn
  S86=            dec     hex     D-channel protocol selection(USA)        Pn
                                  The following number is valid for
                                  American version:
                  0       0       Northern Telecom proprietary ISDN
                  1       1       National ISDN 1 (1 SPID mode)
                  2       2       National ISDN 1 (2 SPIDs mode)
                  3       3       reserved
                  4       4       AT&T proprietary point-to-point
                  5       5       AT&T proprietary point-to-multipoint
                                  (1 SPID mode)
                  6       6       AT&T proprietary point-to-multipoint
                                  (2 SPIDs mode)
                                  All other values are reserved.
  S87=    bit     dec     hex
          5-6    *0       0       Bundle connection is disabled           &Jn
                  32      20      Bundle connection is enabled in answer
                                  mode only
                  64      40      Bundle connection is enabled in call
                                  mode only
                  96      60      Bundle connection is enabled in both
                                  directions

  S100            dec     hex     B channel bundling protocol selection
                  0       0     * Multiple Link Protocol (MLP)

  S102    bit     dec     hex     Outgoing ISDN data type                 Bnn
                                  Value has the same definition as S82
  S104+n          dec     hex     Outgoing Service Indicator (for 1TR6 only)
                                  n = 2(ISDN data)
                  1       1       Fernsprechen
                  2       2       a/b - Dienste
                  7       7       Datenuebertragung 64 kbps. The defaults
                                  are :
                                * s105=  - reserved
                                * s106=7 - for ISDN data
  S108+n          dec     hex     Outgoing Service Additional (for 1TR6 only)
                                  Information
                                  n = 2(ISDN data)
          SI=1    1       1     * ISDN-Fernsprechen 3.1 kHz
                  2       2       Fernsprechen analog
          SI=2    2       2       Fax Gruppe 3
                  3       3     * Daten ueber Modem
                  4       4       Btx ueber Modem
          SI=7    0       0       Datenuebertragung 64 kbps (X.75 SLP)
                  11------        Async V.110
                  01------        Extensions of async
                  --0-----      * Number of data bits : 8
                  --1-----        Number of data bits : 7
                  ---0----      * Number of stop bits : 1
                  ---1----        Number of stop bits : 2
                  ----0---      * No parity
                  ----1---        Even parity
                  11---000        1200 bps
                  11---011        2400 bps
                  11---100        4800 bps
                  11---101        9600 bps
                  11---110        14400 bps
                  11---111      * 19200 bps
                  01---000        38400 bps
                  1010----        Sync V.110
                  10100000        1200 bps
                  10100011        2400 bps
                  10100100        4800 bps
                  10100101        9600 bps
                  10100110        14400 bps
                  10100111        19200 bps
                  10101000        48000 bps
                  10101001        56000 bps
                  10101010        56000 bps for 56kbit-network
                  10101111        In band negotiation
  S108+n          dec     hex     High Layer Compatibility (Non-1TR6)
                                  n = 2(ISDN data)
                 *0       0       No High-Layer-Compatibility
                                  information element will be sent
                  1       1       Telephone
                  4       4       Facsimile Group 2/3
                  40      28      Teletex service(Rec.F.220)
                  49      31      Teletex service(Rec.F.200)
                  50      32      Information interworking for
                                  video services(Rec.F.300 T.110)
                  53      35      Telex service(Rec.F.60)
                  56      38      Message Handling Syxtems(MHS)
                                  (Rec.X.400 series)
                  65      41      OSI application(Rec.X.200 series)
  S114                            I-field data length (MSB byte)
  S115                            I-field data length (LSB byte)
  S117                            V.110 user rate                    B1n
  S118    bit     dec     hex
          0      *0       0       Enable  dial-in call
                  1       1       Disable dial-in call(dial out only)
          2      *0       0       Default B channel line speed is 64Kbps
                                  for ISDN data call                      &E0
                  4       4       Default B channel line speed is 56Kbps
                                  for ISDN data call                      &E1
          3      *0       0       Disable DTE CHAP option for PPP/MLPPP,
                                  CHAP done by TA
                  8       8       Enable DTE CHAP option for PPP/MLPPP
  S119=   bit     dec     hex
          0      *0       0       Disable call-back function(see AT*GC)
                  1       1       Enable call-back function
          1      *0       0       Disable point-to-point signaling DDI function
                  2       2       Enable point-to-point signaling DDI function
          2      *0       0       Disable point-to-multipoint signaling DDI
                                  function
                  4       4       Enable point-to-multipoint signaling DDI
                                  function
          3       0       0       when no MSN(EAZ) is matched, the inbound
                                  call will be ignored
                  8       8       when no MSN(EAZ) is matched, use default
                                  protocol to accept
                            NOTE: default = 1 for USA, default = 0 for others
          4       0       0       V.110 user rate = 19200 bps if DTE speed
                                  greater 19200 bps
                 *16      10      V.110 user rate = 38400 bps if DTE speed
                                  greater 38400 bps
          5      *0       0       enable normal MSN function            &ZIn=
                  32      20      treat the number assigned by &ZIn=xx..
                                  as subaddress and matches with the called
                                  party subaddress for inbound call routing
  S120=   bit     dec     hex
          4      *0       0       Enable TA to accept global calls for ISDN data
                  16      10      Forbid TA to accept incoming calls with MSN
                                  unmatched for ISDN data.
                                  (including global calls, see AT&ZI=s)

  S122=   bit     dec     hex
          0-1     0-3     0-3     Select a preferred B-channel for outgoing
                                  data call(USA only)
                 *0       0       Any channel
                  1       1       Reserved
                  2       2       B1-channel preferred
                  3       3       B2-channel preferred
          2-7                     Reserved
  S124=           dec     hex     Empty IP packet interval for PPP       +000
                  0-255   0-FF    in units of 1s
  S125=   bit     dec     hex
          1-6            *0       Sub-persist time interval              KSxn
          7       0      *0       S125b1-6 is in Second unit             KSSn
                  128     80      S125b1-6 is in Minute unit             KSMn
  S126=           dec     hex     Add-threshold for BOD               JAn,+48
                  0-255   0-FF    in Kbps unit
  S127=           dec     hex     Sub-threshold for BOD               JSn,+32
                  0-255   0-FF    in Kbps unit

  In 'Reference' column, 'AT' is omitted when AT command is referred to.
  +nnn is manufacturer default when listed in 'Reference' column.
  bit     S-register bit number, 'b',  used in 'ATSr.b=n', 'ATSr.b=?'
  dec     Decimal value, 'x', used in 'ATSn=x'
  hex     Hex value, used in LCD model for setting 'STATUS REGISTER'
          manually from front panel
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  ATV0    ATV1            ATX0  X1   X2   X3   X4   X5   X6   X7   X8
    0     OK               V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V
    1     CONNECT          V    V    V    V    V    @    $    #    &
    2     RING             V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V
    3     NO CARRIER       V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V
    4     ERROR            V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V    V
    5     CONNECT 1200          %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    6     NO DIAL TONE               V         V    V    V    V    V
    7     BUSY                            V    V    V    V    V    V
    8     NO ANSWER                       V    V    V    V    V    V
    9     RINGING*                        V    V    V    V    V    V
    10    CONNECT 2400          %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    11    CONNECT 4800          %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    12    CONNECT 9600          %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    14    CONNECT 19200         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    15    CONNECT 7200          %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    16    CONNECT 12000         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    17    CONNECT 14400         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    18    CONNECT 16800         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    19    CONNECT 38400         %    %    %    %    @              &
    20    CONNECT 57600         %    %    %    %    @              &
    21    CONNECT 76800         %    %    %    %    @              &
    22    CONNECT 115200        %    %    %    %    @              &
    23    CONNECT 230400        %    %    %    %    @              &
    24    CONNECT 460800        %    %    %    %    @              &
    25    CONNECT 921600        %    %    %    %    @              &
    26    CONNECT 307200        %    %    %    %    @              &
    27    CONNECT 153600        %    %    %    %    @              &
    28    CONNECT 102400        %    %    %    %    @              &
    29    CONNECT 61440         %    %    %    %    @              &
    30    CONNECT 51200         %    %    %    %    @              &
    31    CONNECT 624000        %    %    %    %    @              &
    32    CONNECT 124800        %    %    %    %    @              &
    33    CONNECT 62400         %    %    %    %    @              &
    34    CONNECT 41600         %    %    %    %    @              &
    35    CONNECT 31200         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    36    CONNECT 24960         %    %    %    %    @              &
    37    CONNECT 20800         %    %    %    %    @              &
    38    CONNECT 33600         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    39    CONNECT 28800         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    40    CONNECT 26400         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    41    CONNECT 24000         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    42    CONNECT 21600         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    43    CONNECT 48000         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    44    CONNECT 56000         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    45    CONNECT 64000         %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    46    CONNECT 112000        %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &
    47    CONNECT 128000        %    %    %    %    @    $    #    &

  Note:
  V       Supported
  %       Reporting DTE rate:
          <cr><lf>CONNECT DTE_Speed<cr><lf>
  @       <cr><lf>CONNECT DTE_Speed/Protocol DCE_Speed/Error_Control
                                                  [/Data_Compression]<cr><lf>
  $       <cr><lf>CONNECT DCE_Speed[/Error_Code]<cr><lf>
  #       <cr><lf>CONNECT DCE_Speed/Error_Code/Protocol
                                 [/Error_Control[/Data_Compression]]<cr><lf>
  &       <cr><lf>CARRIER DCE_Speed<cr><lf>
          <cr><lf>PROTOCOL: Protocol<cr><lf>
          <cr><lf>ERROR CONTROL: Error_Control<cr><lf>
          [<cr><lf>COMPRESSION: Data_Compression<cr><lf>]
          <cr><lf>CONNECT DTE_Speed<cr><lf>

  *       Use S42b6 to disable 'RINGING' result code
  Error_Code:
          NONE
  Error_Control: (This field will not show if no error control is negotiated)
          LAPB
          LAPD
          NONE  (ATX8 only)
  Data_Compression:
          V42b
  DTE_Speed:
          all possible DTE speed supported
  Protocol: (only ISDN protocols are listed here)
          X.75
          X.75M           ;X.75 with MLP Bundle
          X.75C           ;X.75 with cFos Bundle
          V110
          V120
          V120M           ;V.120 with MLP Bundle
          V120C           ;V.120 with cFos Bundle
          SLIP
          PPP
          BTX

  Use ATS35 bit 7 (ATS35.7=1) to enable the following numerical result
  codes when an error control connection is made.

      ATV0 Code    ATV1 String            ATV0 Code    ATV1 String
         50        CONNECT                   61        CONNECT 24000
         51        CONNECT 1200              62        CONNECT 26400
         52        CONNECT 2400              63        CONNECT 28800
         53        CONNECT 4800              64        CONNECT 31200
         54        CONNECT 7200              65        CONNECT 33600
         55        CONNECT 9600              66        CONNECT 38400
         56        CONNECT 12000             67        CONNECT 48000
         57        CONNECT 14400             68        CONNECT 56000
         58        CONNECT 16800             69        CONNECT 64000
         59        CONNECT 19200             70        CONNECT 112000
         60        CONNECT 21600             71        CONNECT 128000