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use of Terminal Emulator II [message #79213] Sun, 02 June 2013 23:14
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Message-ID: <710@wucs.UUCP>
Date: Wed, 6-Feb-85 19:15:29 EST
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Posted: Wed Feb  6 19:15:29 1985
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   I am having trouble getting Terminal Emulator II to work.  I have a terminal
that is set with no parity, 1 stop bit, and 8 data bits.  I set the TE-II
with no parity, but the others I can't choose.  Even so, I should at least
get some garbage sent, but I am not able to send or receive anything (the
transmit light on the modem doesn't light when I type something).  I am able
to send to and receive from the terminal in BASIC when I connect it to the
RS232 card, but if I connect the modem instead, again I get no response.
Any suggestions?
   Thanks in advance.

						Steve Karasek
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Re: use of Terminal Emulator II [message #79216 is a reply to message #79213] Sun, 02 June 2013 23:14 Go to previous message
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Date: Tue, 12-Feb-85 11:46:00 EST
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Posted: Tue Feb 12 11:46:00 1985
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Nf-From: okstate!gregg    Feb 12 10:46:00 1985


   The TEII uses 7 bits for each data byte, so this could pose some problems.
Most likely, the problem that you are having is associated with the fact
that TI reversed the roles of pins 2-3, and 6-20.  This means that you can
NOT use a straight through cable on anything but a TI compatible modem.

Sigh....

Gregg Wonderly
Department of Computing and Information Sciences
Oklahoma State University


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