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    Hi guys, well it looks like I've got the same problem as yourselves with the following when a call is picked up:-

    "Detected DSR drop while monitoring for calls. Likely modem turned off"

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    Yup that's it.

    plus I had to add any extra RING statement so the 1st ring would get parsed correctly and allow the rest to be parsed correctly.
    Can you post what you changed?
    Last edited by BritBrat; 23-10-2006 at 08:47 AM.

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    Added

    HKR, Responses,"RING<cr><lf>",1,08,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
    below

    HKR, Responses,"<cr><lf>RING<cr><lf>",1,08,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
    in the driver file, then installed driver - so now is parses the messages ok but when a phone is answered I get the following

    10-22-2006 10:21:52.515 - Opening Modem
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.515 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.515 - Initializing modem.
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.531 - Send: AT<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.656 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.656 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.671 - Send: AT&F1E0Q0V1&C1&D2S0=0<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.796 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.796 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.812 - Send: ATS7=60S19=0M1&M4&K1&H1&R2&I0B0X4<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.937 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.937 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 10:21:52.953 - Send: AT&S1&D0<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.078 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.078 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.078 - Waiting for a call.
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.093 - Send: AT#CID=1<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.218 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.218 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.234 - Send: ATS0=0<cr>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.359 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 10:21:53.359 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: RING<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Interpreted response: Ring
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINE_NEWCALL
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINECALLSTATE_OFFERING
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINEDEVSTATE_RINGING(0x1)
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: <cr><lf>DATE =
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Interpreted response: DATE
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: 1022<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: TIME =
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Interpreted response: TIME
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: 1813<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: NMBR =
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Interpreted response: NMBR
    10-22-2006 18:13:02.406 - Recv: 01524-722222<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:04.437 - Recv: <cr><lf>RING<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:04.437 - Interpreted response: Ring
    10-22-2006 18:13:04.437 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINEDEVSTATE_RINGING(0x1)
    10-22-2006 18:13:07.437 - Recv: <cr><lf>RING<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:07.437 - Interpreted response: Ring
    10-22-2006 18:13:07.437 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINEDEVSTATE_RINGING(0x1)
    10-22-2006 18:13:10.437 - Recv: <cr><lf>RING<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:10.437 - Interpreted response: Ring
    10-22-2006 18:13:10.437 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINEDEVSTATE_RINGING(0x1)
    10-22-2006 18:13:12.984 - Recv: <cr><lf>RING<cr><lf>
    10-22-2006 18:13:12.984 - Interpreted response: Ring
    10-22-2006 18:13:12.984 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINEDEVSTATE_RINGING(0x1)
    10-22-2006 18:13:23.687 - DSR state changed, But is currently high, Ignoring.
    10-22-2006 18:13:24.984 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINECALLSTATE_IDLE
    10-22-2006 18:13:24.984 - TSP(0000): Closing Call
    10-22-2006 18:15:33.843 - Detected DSR drop while monitoring for calls. Likely modem turned off.
    10-22-2006 18:15:33.843 - TSP(0000): LINEEVENT: LINE_CLOSE
    Where I get the 'Detected DSR drop' message but what is strange is that while the modem is monitoring I get the same message got the modem or software seem to be able to kick it's self out of it to carry on monitoring

    10-23-2006 18:41:05.500 - Opening Modem
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.500 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.500 - Initializing modem.
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.500 - DSR is low while initializing the modem. Verify modem is turned on.
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.515 - Send: AT<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.640 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.640 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.656 - Send: AT&F1E0Q0V1&C1&D2S0=0<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.781 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.781 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.796 - Send: ATS7=60S19=0M1&M4&K1&H1&R2&I0B0X4<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.921 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.921 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:41:05.937 - Send: AT&S1&D0<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.062 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.062 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.062 - Waiting for a call.
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.078 - Send: AT#CID=1<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.203 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.203 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.218 - Send: ATS0=0<cr>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.343 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 18:41:06.343 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 18:58:35.796 - Session Statistics:
    10-23-2006 18:58:35.796 - Reads : 36 bytes
    10-23-2006 18:58:35.796 - Writes: 84 bytes
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.265 - File: C:\WINNT\system32\unimdm.tsp, Version 5.0.2195 - Retail
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.312 - File: C:\WINNT\system32\unimdmat.dll, Version 5.0.2195 - Retail
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.359 - File: C:\WINNT\system32\uniplat.dll, Version 5.0.2195 - Retail
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.406 - File: C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\modem.sys, Version 5.0.2195 - Retail
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - File: C:\WINNT\system32\modemui.dll, Version 5.0.2195 - Retail
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - Modem type: U.S. Robotics 56K Message EXT PnP
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - Modem inf path: oem40.inf
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - Modem inf section: Modem_DFVExtNH
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - Opening Modem
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - Initializing modem.
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.421 - DSR is low while initializing the modem. Verify modem is turned on.
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.437 - Send: AT<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.562 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.562 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.578 - Send: AT&F1E0Q0V1&C1&D2S0=0<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.703 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.703 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.718 - Send: ATS7=60S19=0M1&M4&K1&H1&R2&I0B0X4<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.843 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.859 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 19:08:21.875 - Send: AT&S1&D0<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.000 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.000 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.000 - Waiting for a call.
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.015 - Send: AT#CID=1<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.140 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.140 - Interpreted response: OK
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.156 - Send: ATS0=0<cr>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.281 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
    10-23-2006 19:08:22.281 - Interpreted response: OK

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    Just a heads up for decent callerid hardware:

    Pace 56k voice external modems work great with UK callerid.

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Getting the caller id in the UK is hard enough let alone getting the caller id information into the computer!!!! I have used the 3COM external modem with worked fine. With the introduction of ADSL,modems are being made in large quantities and those that supports UK caller Id is now far and few between.

    I have been looking for a solution but they are very expensive for what they do. But there is a solution that my friend has told me about. It is well priced USB caller id unit and the web site is:

    3w dot easi-pccallerid dot co dot uk

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    would that be a well priced usb caller id unit that you are selling by any chance?

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    http: // w w w. e a s i - p c c a l l e r i d . c o . u k

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Quote Originally Posted by leigh View Post
    http: // w w w. t o t al r u b b i s h . c o . u k
    It's not good spamming your site for a product that has no relevence to this thread

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Finding a modem that supports caller ID really isn't that difficult. There are enough people wanting to get rid of old modems. The one that works for me is the Pace 56 Voice Modem which doesn't suffer the DSR Drop problem that I had with the US Robotics 5630B.

    For an extensive guide on how to set up your PC to detect caller ID (for free, apart from the cost of the modem) go here: http://mattcollinge.wordpress.com/projects/caller-id/

    The guide includes how you can get the Caller ID into an RSS feed, make your PC read/speak the call details when you're in a game, and having the number appear in XBMC.

    If Leigh wants to send me one of his USB units I'll give it a try and report back here and on my site with the results

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Hi Matt,

    Is the new modem an internnal device?

    Would this one be any good "NEW PACE 56K ISA INTERNAL HANDS FREE MODEM CALLER ID" on Ebay.

    Link to item on Ebay

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Quote Originally Posted by BritBrat View Post
    Hi Matt,



    Would this one be any good "NEW PACE 56K ISA INTERNAL HANDS FREE MODEM CALLER ID" on Ebay.

    Link to item on Ebay
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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    Oh

    Never noticed.

    Thanks

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    I have been strugling for weeks to try and get a system running where if I receive an incoming phone call the caller id data will link to my MS Office Outlooks contacts and display the number and name on the computer screen.

    After research I knew that the pci modem I had in my computer running under Win XP would not be compatible to do this. I eventually found out that the USRobotics USR805637 USB modem should work. Apparently it is compatible with type 1 caller id in the UK. I uninstalled and removed existing modem and installed this external USB modem. By setting an initialisation string of "+VCID=1" and initially using hyperterminal it would display the number of the caller.

    I then went about trying to find some suitable software that would achieve my requirements. After trying many free trial downloads I could find nothing that worked until I discovered a program called "IdentaPop Pro". I downloaded the MS Outlook add in version of this and it worked. The callers number and name appeared on my computer screen the instant the phone began to ring.

    Now comes the problem. It only works for 1 incoming phone call and then will not respond to any subsequent calls. The only way I can correct this is after every call to shut down MS Outlook and reopen it again. It will then acknowledge the next 1 call and then stop again until I have shut down and reopened Outlook.

    Does anyone have a solution to this. I am at the point of giving up. Any help much appreciated.

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    Re: Caller ID on your PC

    That was the problem Matt had above:
    http://mattcollinge.wordpress.com/projects/caller-id

    Not sure if it is the same thing with your modem.

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