modemtest (1) - Linux Man Pages
modemtest: Tool to examining your modem through Perl's Device::SerialPort
modemtest - Tool to examining your modem through Perl's Device::SerialPort
SYNOPSISmodemtest [OPTS] [DEVICE [BAUD [DATA [PARITY [STOP [FLOW]]]]]]
DEVICE Device to use as a serial port (default: "/dev/modem") BAUD Serial speed to use (default: 9600) DATA Number of databits to use (default: 8) PARITY Type of parity to use (default: "none") STOP Number of stop bits to use (default: 1) FLOW Kind of flow control to use (default: "none") -h, --help Help report --skip-status Skip modem status bit tests --hide-possible Don't show all possible settings
DESCRIPTIONSome systems, serial ports, and modem behave in strange ways. To test the capabilities of Perl's Device::SerialPort, this tool queries the system settings for the given DEVICE, and attempts to set up the port and send the initialization string ``ATE1'' to the modem, reporting the results seen.
AUTHORKees Cook <kees [at] outflux.net>.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSECopyright 2000-2004 by Kees Cook <kees [at] outflux.net>.
This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms ans Perl itself.
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