When a device calls the specified number (8005551212), it should be connected to one of the modems in the m9600 pool (4-13), which is configured according to the 9600bps init string. A telnet session should then be established between the calling device and the device defined in the autocommand statement so that they can exchange information.
What actually happens when I call the specified number is I land at a "devicename>" prompt. If I enter "telnet x.x.x.x 15300" I get connected, but I want this session to be established automatically when the device dials in. Where have I gone wrong?
Thank you. I'll give it a try. Have you ever used the AUTOCOMMAND statement for this purpose? The documentation I have read says that the autocommand statement executes after the caller has entered their username and password information. How can I automate this process so that the caller does not have to enter that info, but is telnet-ed to the specified host upon connecting?
If you know of any good reading on the subject I would be more than happy to disect it.
Thanks, Mak. You seem to respond to alot of my postings lately. I did look at the modems using the show modem command and it appears as though all of the calls have been going to the default modem lines instead of the lines I have configured into modem pools (see below). I have init different strings for the modems in these pools. Also below is an excerpt of the line config for lines 4-13.
I have a message in to the service provider (Sprint) to find out if they are providing DNIS info on the PRI line.
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