C-Kermit and Kermit 95 do not use dialing scripts; their
modem support is built in. To see a list of the modems supported, type:
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set modem type ?
at the prompt. If your modem is not listed, then (a) maybe one of the
other modem types will work ("generic-high-speed" is usually a good guess), and
(b) you can install your own modem definition as described on pages 90-92 of Using
C-Kermit; this, of course, requires knowledge of how to operate your
modem, which comes from reading the manual (if any) that came with it.
C-Kermit and Kermit 95 do not use dialing scripts; their modem support is built in. To see a list of the modems supported, type:
MS-DOS Kermit, on the other hand, uses dialing scripts, one per modem type. The ones we have are in the MODEMS subdirectory of your MS-DOS Kermit directory. If you don't see one there for your modem, it is easy to adapt one of the existing ones. Just use a text editor to change the modem-specific commands to the ones for your modem; consult your modem manual to find out what its commands are.
In either case, if you have added support for a new modem, please send your new definitions or script back to us, along with a complete description of your modem's manufacturer, name, model designation, and features (modulation, error correction and compression protocols, etc), so we can make them available to others.