From: sehh of H.I.C. & D.B.S. (sehh_at_altered.com)
Date: Thu Apr 13 2000 - 02:22:21 EDT
On Wed, 12 Apr 2000 07:57:31 -0400 (EDT), Allan Ballard wrote:
>Is that true of the SIO drivers?
>My antique modem only goes 28.8 so I can't tell,
>but I at least get that, reliably, using SIO instead
>of the IBM drivers. I always set compression
>to 115.x being an optimist. This modem however
>is capable of twice that given the correct file,
>and the same modem on the other end.
The internal modem of my 600E is a winshitsoftware modem, a pathetic
excuse of a software modem with even uglier drivers. The software modem
under os/2 runs only with speeds of 33.6.
SIO wouldn't do anything, they would work ok, but they wouldn't be able to
do much since its a software modem. SIO would control some of the communication
but its up to the software driver, which sucks.
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