I might have found a solution using registry settings, but there is one thing you need to check for your modem:
After the dialing command
ATO I cannot avoid that the Colibri transmits at least one digit 0-9. If your modem is capable of ignoring such a digit, then the following solution would work:
Use the following registry settings:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
; make sure to delete all registry entries in this key.
- In the Phone Number dialog, delete country- and area code, and set the Phone Number to any digit, which will be transmitted after the
- When starting the connection, configure Dial Properties → Dialing Patterns to “E” (all 3 fields)
The Colibri will output the following dialling sequence:
Some comments on this:
ATZ resets the modem. This is also done with your previous manual dial sequence. Now we just do it more than once, which I assume should not harm.
AT is a general command to query the modem’s status, so it also shouldn’t harm. However we can change this to
ATZ or anything else if required.
ATO starts the data connection, as per your modem’s datasheet.
0 in the end is the phone number which we cannot prevent. I hope your modem ignores this. We can prefix the number to turn it into a more complex command if it helps, such as
You can test-drive this with your old Colibri configuration - just enter such a command in the terminal, after the