Creating and Editing a Custom Modemcap Entry

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Use the modemcap edit new-modem-name command to complete these tasks:

■ Add a new entry to the modemcap database. Note that in performing this task, you must specify an attribute for the new modem entry; otherwise, use modemcap entry new-modem-name without attributes.

■ Add new attributes to an existing modem entry in the modemcap database.

The figure displays the following uses of the modemcap edit usr_new command:

1. This command creates the usr_new entry in the modemcap database and sets the caller-id for the usr_new modem to *U1.

2. This command locks the DTE speed on this modem.

3. This command points to another modemcap entry to be used as a template. As a result, any value not found in the current modemcap entry is set by the template modemcap entry. In this example, the usr_courier modemcap entry is the template. You can have up to four layers of templates.

You can use these additional commands when creating variant modem cap entries:

■ Use the modemcap edit command to edit user-created modemcap entries only.

■ Use the show modemcap command to verify the new router modemcap entry.

Use the no modemcap entry modem-name command to remove the specified modem from the modemcap database.

■ Use the no modemcap entry modem-name attribute command to remove a modem attribute from a modem modemcap entry.

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