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Old 02-22-2008, 11:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What the heck is a v.9x modem?

I'm looking at getting internet call waiting software that will alert me when someone is trying to call when I'm online. It requires a v.92 modem. Mine says it's a "Conexant D480 MDC V.9x modem." What the heck is the deal with the "x"? Aren't dial-ups either v.92 or v.90?

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x is for the 2 or 0.


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Yea, i also have dial up, and x means it can be set to either or, or performs both, v.92 is backwards compatable with all other v.xxs. All modems anywhere after 2001 are v.92, so i doubt yours isnt.
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