I am having some real difficulties getting a dial in modem to work on one of my HP boxes. It's a mux modem on port 7 which I have set up at 9600 baud.
I can dial in, the handshakes are completed, but then it returns incoherent characters on the emulation screen. I think my dial in machine and the modem are not negotiating on the same terms. It's not the emulation type since I know this is a vt100 and set it accordingly.
I am going down the path of this being a problem with parity settings (8 or 7 and odd,even,none), usually 8, none with 1 stop bit works, but this doesnt seem to be the case.
Does anyone have a similar configuration? /dev/ttyd0p7, I realise some changes need to be made to /etc/gettydefs - does anyone have an existing amended file they can paste the relevant baud section for me? All entries are in inittab, and things respawn fine - that clearly isnt the problem since the handshake are completed successfully, I just need to know what relevant flags to have set in /etc/gettydefs, or maybe I'm missing something.
Thanks in advance.