Release Notes 93000310_A for Digi DataFire RAS P/T/E Windows NT Driver Release v3.0.57 Release Date: 10/21/98 Digi International WWW site: www.dgii.com Digi International FTP site: ftp.dgii.com Please reference the following number(s) when searching the Digi International FTP/WWW site for the latest software package: Software Image P/N 400001640_A These numbers are for informational purposes only: CD-ROM Software Image P/N 400001635_A Enhancements Bug Fixes Known Problems Multilinked analog modems with RAS dial out may not connect on all channels. The RAS user interface may be temporarily unavailable until modems timeout. Resetting a modem causes the settings stored in NVRAM for other modems to reset. Clients using V.90/K56Flex modems should issue AT+MS=56 to connect using K56Flex for best speed. V.90 modems will be connected at V.34 rates. A reconfiguration of a line implies a reload of the driver. Caller ID data is currently ignored. Channelized T1 Wink Digits are currently ignored. On Channelized T1 Wink Start Trunks without dial tone supervision, modems must be initialized with ATX3 for dial out. On Channelized T1 Trunks all calls are routed to the serial driver. On ISDN Trunks, voice calls are routed to the serial driver, digital calls are routed to the ISDN driver. Currently, modems are not automatically assigned to open serial ports when calls are received. They are assigned based on the timeslot of the call. Therefore, unless all the serial ports to the board are open, it is possible a call will not be answered. Large MLPPP bundles > 23 will fail. ISDN numbers must not contain any non-numeric characters (e.g. "-"). On ISDN Trunks, the following rules are applied to modem dial strings: a) A comma (delay) in the first or second position is allowed. b) then the first non-numeric character terminates the dial string (e.g. 9,12345678 is a valid dial string and 9,1,234-5678 is not).Download Driver Pack
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