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Rockwell RPI Modem Strings

    Generic, Rockwell Chipset                      AT&F&D0&K3&Q5S0=0 
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&D0&K3+H3S95=1S0=0 
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2&K3+H11S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2+H11S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2&K3+H11S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2&K3+H11Y0S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2&K3E1V1+H11Y0S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D2&K3&Q5E1V1Q0X4+H11S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI Chipset                  AT&F&C1&D0&K3&Q5E1V1Q0+H11Y0S7=75S95=1
    Generic, Rockwell RPI+ Chipset                 AT&F\N0&K3&C1&D2 
    Generic, Rockwell RPI+ Chipset                 AT&F&C1&D2&Q6&K3
    Generic, Rockwell RPI+ Chipset                 AT&F&D0&K3+H11S0=0 
    Amquest, 14.4 (RPI)                            AT&F&D0&K3+H3S95=1S0=0  
    Amquest, 14.4 (RPI)                            ATAT&D2&C1X4V1Q0S7=70W2 
    Best Data, 14.4 (RPI)                          AT&D2&C1X4V1Q0S7=70W2 
    Best Data, Smart One 1442FQ - Int              AT&F&D0&K3+H3S95=1S0=0 
    Best Data               1442VF/1442FTQ/1442FQ/1442VTQ/1442FTX/1442FQ/9624FQ
    Bis Technology          14.4
    Boca                    1440AE ext
    CalCom                  1442I
    Cambridge Telecom       1414HI
    Cardinal                MVP144I MVP144XF/MVP144/WINMVP144iv2
    Creatix                 14.4
    DataFax                 FX3 14.4
    Delrina                 Delrina 4 in 1
    Dynalink                1414H
    Fountain Technologies   1414H
    Global Village          Gold II Mac
    Icodata                 14.4
    Imagination             FX3 14.4
    Logicode                Quicktel 14.4LH/1414LH
    Maxtech (GVC)           F(M)-114HXM144I int
    Marco Data Systems      14.4
    Newcomm                 14.4
    Pine                    14.4
    Premax                  14.4
    Prometheus              14.4I int
    Reveal                  PM500
    Rockwell                14.4
    Signature Series        SS1414I int
    SIIG                    14.4 DASH
    Smart One               14.4
    SuperModem              1414H
    Suprafax Express        144I int (Not Express Plus)
    USRobotics              Sportster SI 14.4 int/ext
    Wisecom                 1414I2
    Zoltrix                 FM 144 ATI FM 144 ATE FM 144 ATF int/ext
    Zoom                    14.4 PC 14.4 EX int/ext

    If you suspect that the modem might be an RPI, but is not in the above listing, check for these things:

    1) Check the modem manual and box for the words: "RPI Software Error Correction and Data Compression Error Correction and Data Compression software included

    2) Issue an ATI 3 command from the terminal program (in Windows 3.x). The response (normally) for a RPI modem should include the words Rockwell RPI Modem. Unfortunately, not all RPI modems will return this, but most will.

    If its win95/98, go to start, settings, control panel, modems. Highlight your modem, click on the diagnostics tab, highlight your modem and the port its on and click on more info. This will give you the ati responses and from that list you can see the ATI3 response.

    3) Here are some commands that, work on some RPI modems which might help determine if its an RPI: (you could try these in terminal or hyperterminal)

    Command             Result
                     RPI    Non - RPI
    AT&Q5           ERROR    OK
    AT%C3           ERROR    OK
    AT+H0           OK       ERROR
    AT+FCLASS=?     0,1      0,1,2

    Dialers that work with Rockwell RPI Modems:
    (a) Windows 95/98 Dial in Networking
    (b) Shiva Dialer (c) Trumpet Winsock v. 2.1 or greater
    (d) Spry Dialer from Compuserve
    (e) Netcruiser 1.0 or greater

    To check to see if you have the RPI software installed correctly for your modem, check to see if these files are where they are listed:
    Under Windows??3.1x:
    Under Windows??95:
    If the files aren't there, then chances are your software for your RPI modem isn't installed correctly and you probably the modem won't work correctly..

    What is the WinRPI patch?

    The WinRPI patch changes the standard windows (3.x) communications driver (comm.drv) to winrpi.drv. The new driver will force windows to automatically do the required error correction, as long as the communications product uses the standard window's comm.drv. The Shiva dialer will work with this patch. This patch might not work with all RPI modems as well.

  • WinRPI (win95) patch (from Zoom's Site)

  • Rockwell RPI Init String Page

  • Zoom WinRPI FAQ (excellent page)