ADTRAN Express 3000 AT Commands and S-Registers

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    ADTRAN Express 3000 AT Commands and S-Registers

     

     

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    The following charts can also be found in the Express 3000 User Manual, Appendix A.

    AT Commands List

    Command
    Function
    AAnswer.Places the Express 3000 in answer mode.
    !DAYCurrent date in the format of DDMMYY.
    !FLASHLOADInitiate the flash software update. The terminal must be set for 57,600 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, and 1 stop bit.
    !NAME1Displays the Calling Party name from the last call on POTS port 1.
    !NAME2Displays the Calling Party name from the last call on POTS port 2.
    !NUMBER1Displays the Calling Party number from the last call on POTS port 1.
    !NUMBER2Displays the Calling Party number from the last call on POTS port 2.
    !SDisplays Status Buffer.
    !S1Displays Link Status.
    !TIMECurrent time in the format of HHMMSS.
    !VConfiguration Menu.
    !ZDetect a modem connected to the Express 3000.
    DDial. Precedes the telephone access number [ATD5551212].
    HHang up. Disconnects the current call.
    I0Identify unit. Commands the unit to display model number.
    I1Identify software. Commands the unit to display software version.
    OOn-line. Commands the unit to go back on line.
    SS Register.
    SSS String register.
    &VDisplays the contents of all S registers.
    ZReset. Resets the AT command processor.
    &WSave. Save current configuration to EEPROM.
    +++Break in. Break in AT command processor during an active call. The break in key is defined in S2.
    _ZResets unit.
    _FRestores factory defaults.

    Carrier Detect (CD) Control Line Options

    Command
    Function
    &C0CD forced on.
    &C1CD normal.
    &C2CD off with local disconnect (LOCD).
    &C3CD off with link down.

    Data Terminal Ready (DTR Control Line Options)

    Command
    Function
    &D0Ignore DTR.
    &D1DTR off forces command.
    &D2Idle when off. DTR off forces idle. (On allows auto answer.)

    Generic Unit Configurations

    Command
    Function
    &F0Factory Default. Restores last-saved configuration.
    &F1Internet 64K.
    &F2Internet 128K.
    &F4Remote Access 128K.
    &F7Configures unit for Dial 57.6k async.
    &F8Configures unit for Dial 115.2k async.
    &F11Configures unit for FALLBACK.

    Calling Number Identifiers

    Command
    Function
    &N0Number 1. Read far-end phone number 1 if service subscribed from telephone company.
    &N1Number 2. Read far-end phone number 2 if service subscribed from telephone company.

    Clear-To-Send (CTS) Control Line Options

    Command
    Function
    &R0Follows RTS.
    &R1Forced CTS.

    Data Set Ready (DSR) Control Line Options

    Command
    Function
    &S0DSR forced on.
    &S1DSR if call up.
    &S2DSR off if link down.

    Dialing Options: Accessing Stored Numbers

    Command
    Function
    &Z0Stored number 0
    &Z1Stored number 1
    &Z2Stored number 2
    &Z3Stored number 3
    &Z4Stored number 4
    &Z5Stored number 5
    &Z6Stored number 6
    &Z7Stored number 7
    &Z8Stored number 8
    &Z9Stored number 9

    Local Echo Options

    Command
    Function
    E0Echo off. Does not allow command characters typed to be displayed on the screen.
    E1Echo on. Allows the command characters typed to be displayed on the screen.

    AT Command Response Message Options

    Command
    Function
    Q0Response messages on.
    Q1Response messages off.

    AT Command Response Message Types

    Command
    Function
    V1Verbal response messages.

    AT Command Connect Message Options

    Command
    Function
    X1-7Connect messages with DTE rate.

    Ready-To-Send (RTS) Control Line Options

    Command
    Function
    _D118 mS delay.

    ISDN Switch Type Options

    Command
    Function
    _S1DMS-100.
    _S2National ISDN-1.

    Data Flow Control Options

    Command
    Function
    \Q0No flow control.
    \Q1Software flow control (XON/XOFF).
    \Q2CTS only.
    \Q3Hardware flow control (RTS/CTS) factory default.
    \Q4Software from DCE only.

    DTE and Modem Interface Selection

    Command
    Function
    _L0Disable external analog modem connected to the Express 3000 modem port.
    _L1Enable external analog modem connected to the Express 3000 modem port.

    S-Registers List

    Command
    Function
    Features
    S00Auto AnswerDetermines how the Express 3000 answers an incoming call.
    0 = Disable (Express 3000 does not answer call).
    1 = Enable (Express 3000 answers all calls).
    2 = Dump all calls.
    S01Ring FrequencyDetermines the frequency of the ring on the analog ports.
    3 = 33Hz
    4 = 243Hz
    5 = 20Hz
    6 = 16.673Hz
    S02Escape CharacterDetermines which key or character (in ASCII code) defines the escape command. The standard escape character is a plus sign (ASCII value of 43 decimal). To change the character set, set S2 to the desired ASCII value.
    Range = 0 to 127.
    S03End of Line CharacterDetermines which key or character (in ASCII code) ends a command line. The standard end-of-line character is the carriage return (ASCII value of 13 decimal).
    Range = 0 to 127.
    S04Line Feed CharacterDetermines which key or character (in ASCII code) advances the cursor to the next line after ending a command line or after an Express 3000 message. The standard character is the line feed (ASCII value of 10 decimal).
    Range = 0 to 127.
    S05Back Space CharacterDetermines which key moves the cursor back one space to erase a character. The standard character is the backspace (ASCII value of 8 decimal).
    Range = 0 to 127.
    S06Enable AO/DIS6 = 0 for disable
    S6 = 1 for enable
    S07Connect TimeDetermines how long the Express 3000 waits for an outgoing call to be answered.
    15 = 15 seconds
    30 = 30 seconds
    60 = 1 minute
    120 = 2 minutes
    240 = 4 minutes
    S08Call RejectionDetermines which incoming voice calls the Express 3000 will reject. 0=Disables
    1=Reject anonymous calls only
    2=Reject calls on call rejection list only
    3=Reject anonymous and call rejection list numbers
    S12Escape TimeDetermines the delay required immediately before and after entering the escape command for the Express 3000 to recognize and execute the command.
    Range = 0 to 127
    S13Auto Spid Download
    Enable/Disable
    0=Enabled
    1=Disabled
    S14Misc BitsMiscellaneous bits (bit 8 is most significant bit).
    Bit 2 = 1:Enables on screen echo of AT commands.
    Bit 2 = 0:Disables on screen echo of AT commands.
    Bit 3 = 0:Enables AT responses from the Express 3000.
    Bit 3 = 1:Disables AT responses from the Express 3000.
    Bit 4 = 1:Enables AT responses to be displayed in text form.
    Bit 4 = 0:Enables AT responses to be displayed in numeric form.
    Bit 7 = 1:Disable PPP ACCM spoofing.
    Bit 7 = 0:Enable PPP ACCM spoofing.
    Bit 8 = 1:Ring indicator uses cadence.
    Bit 8 = 0:Ring indicator remains on.
    S15Async BondingAsynchronous BONDING method.
    0 = ADTRAN revision 0 (default)
    1 = Multi-vender option
    S19Miscellaneous POTSPOTS features bit mapped register.
    Bit 0 = 0: Disables Distinctive Ring.
    Bit 0 = 1: Enables Distinctive Ring.
    Bit 1 = 0: Caller gets ring when call waiting is disabled on POTS1.
    Bit 1 = 1: Caller gets busy when call waiting is disabled on POTS1.
    Bit 2 = 0: Caller gets ring when call waiting is disabled on POTS2.
    Bit 2 = 1: Caller gets busy when call waiting is disabled on POTS2.
    Bit 5 = 0: Call Waiting is enabled on POTS1.
    Bit 5 = 1: Call Waiting is disabled on POTS1.
    Bit 6 = 0: Call Waiting is enabled on POTS2.
    Bit 6 = 1: Call Waiting is disabled on POTS2.
    S20Read POTSDebug only.
    S21Write POTSDebug only.
    S22Msg BitsMiscellaneous message bits.
    Bit 4= Bit 5 = Bit 6 = Set: Connects message with baud rate.
    S23Remote Test Timeout1 = one minute
    S24V.120 Low Layer Compatibility0=Disabled
    1=Enabled
    S25DTR Detect TimeDetermines time, in hundredths of a second, that must elapse before the Express 3000 recognizes a change in DTR.
    Range = 0 to 255
    S27PPP ModeValue determines whether or not PPP will be a single-link or multilink connection.
    0=Single-link operation (default)
    1=Multilink operation
    2=Use compression
    S30DTE CTSControls the operation of the DTE connector CTS line.
    0=Follows RTS
    1=Force CT
    S31DTE RTSControls operation of the RTS line.
    0=1 ms delay
    1=18 ms delay
    S32DTE DSRControls the operation of the Data Set Ready signal on the DTE connectors.
    0=Force DSR on always
    1=DSR off OOS + Test
    2=DSR off Link Down
    S33DTE CDControls the operation of the Carrier Detect line on the DTE connectors.
    0=Force CD on always
    1=CD is active during a call (Normal Operation) 2=Off with LOCD
    3=Off link down
    S34DTE DTRDetermines how the Express 3000 responds to changes in DTR. This is a bit-mapped register.
    0=Ignore DTR
    1=Force AT command mode when DTR is off
    2=Dump incoming call when DTR is off
    4=Hang up incoming call when DTR is off
    8=Hang up outgoing call when DTR is off
    20=Answer incoming call when DTR is on
    28=Idle when off
    40=Dial SN0 when DTR is on
    72=Dial SN0 when DTR transitions from off to on
    S36Inactivity Timer0=Off
    1-255=Number of idle minutes before disconnect
    S37Conference/Call WaitingFlash-hook button defaults to:
    0=Call waiting
    1=Call conferencing
    S38X25 TEI21=Fixed TEI of 2
    255=Dynamic TEI
    S40Bond TXINITSpecifies the number of seconds the originating endpoint attempts to detect the Async BONDING negotiation pattern from the answering endpoint before deciding the Async BONDING call has failed.
    0 to 255, 10 sec is default.
    S41Bond TXFASpecifies the number of seconds both endpoints attempt to detect the async BONDING frame pattern when a call is connected before deciding the async BONDING call has failed. When operating with other manufacturer's async BONDING equipment, it may be necessary to lengthen this timer so that it matches TXADD01. 0 to 255, 10 sec is default.
    S42Bond TXADDThe number of seconds both endpoints wait for the additional call to be connected at the end of negotiation before deciding the async BONDING call has failed. When dialing overseas it may be necessary to lengthen this timer to allow for slower call routing. 0 to 255, 50 sec is default
    S43Bond TXDEQThe number of seconds both endpoints attempt to equalize the network delay between the bearer channels before deciding the Async BONDING call has failed. 0 to 255, 50 sec is default
    S44Bond TANULLThe number of seconds the answering endpoint attempts to detect the Async BONDING negotiation pattern from the originating endpoint before aborting to clear channel mode. It may be necessary to shorten this timer if the DTE equipment connected to the Express 3000 also has timer constraints for completing non-BONDING parameter negotiation. 0 to 255, 10 sec is default
    S45Bond TCIDThe number of seconds both endpoints attempt to negotiate agreeable values for bearer channels and channel capacities before deciding the async BONDING call has failed. 0 to 255, 5 sec 10 sec is default
    S45Bond TCIDThe number of seconds both endpoints attempt to negotiate agreeable values for bearer channels and channel capacities before deciding the async BONDING call has failed. 0 to 255, 5 sec is default
    S52Switch TypeSelects the network switch type for dial service.
    0=AT&T 5ESS
    1=Northern Telecom DMS-100
    2=National ISDN-1
    S53Call TypeCall type (Dial service only).
    0=Speech
    1=Audio
    2=56 Kbps data
    3=64 Kbps data
    S54Protocol TypeRate adaption protocol type.
    2=Async BONDING
    6=V.120
    11=Fallback
    12=PPP async-to sync conversion
    S58Call ScreeningAllows the Express 3000 to screen incoming calls.
    0=Answer any call
    1=Answer only calls from numbers matching those stored in SN0 through SN9.
    S65Expert ISDNSets the AutoSpid determination feature.
    0=Disable (default)
    1=Enable
    S71DTE RateSelects the DTE connector bit rate.
    3 = 1200
    6 = 2400
    8 = 4800
    11 = 9600
    15 = 19200
    17 = 38400
    20 = 57600
    23 = 115200
    25 = 230400
    S72Data BitsSelects the number of asynchronous data bits.
    0 = 8 bits
    1 = 7 bits
    S73DTE ParitySelects the number of asynchronous parity bits.
    0=None
    1=Odd
    2=Even
    S74DTE StopSelects the number of asynchronous parity bits.
    0=None
    1=Odd
    2=Even
    S75DTE FlowSelects asynchronous flow control.
    0=None
    1=XON/OFF from DTE controls DCE
    2=XON/OFF from DCE controls DTE
    3=Hardware
    12=Software
    S90Conference IDNI-1 feature identification number for conferencing. See the ISDN service provider for this ID.
    S91Transfer IDNI-1 feature identification number for transferring. See the ISDN service provider for this ID.
    S92Message Waiting IDNI-1 feature identification number for message waiting indicator. See the ISDN service provider for this ID.
    S93Call Type RoutingDetermines how incoming call is routed when connected to a point-to-point ISDN line.
    0=Route all call types to DTE.
    1=Speech call types to POTS.
    2=Speech/Audio call types to POTS.
    S94Local TonesForces the POTS interface to generate all tones.
    Bit 0=0:In-band tones from ISDN switch (when available)
    Bit 0=1:All tones generated locally
    Bit 1=0: Warnings to POTS when unavailable
    Bit 1=1:Disable all warnings to POTS
    S118Chap Spoofing/BACP0 = Enable BACP
    8 = Disable BACP
    32 = Enable CHAP
    40 = Disable BACP/Enable CHAP
    S119UDP Packets0=Enabled (default)
    2=Disabled
    S126Number of TEIs2=Two TEIs
    3=Three TEIs
    S129BOD0=Disable
    1=Enable
    S147Raise Threshold0 -100% (Default = 50%)
    User selectable variables: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60
    S148Lower Threshold0 - 100% (Default = 30%)
    User selectable variables: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60
    S149Drop TimeDefault = 1 sec
    Increments of 1 second (S149 = 30 for 30 s)
    S150Add TimeDefault = 30 sec
    Increments of 1 second (S150 = 30 for 30 s)
    S151Sample TimeIncrements of 10 seconds (Default = 10 s)
    User selectable values: 10, 20, 30, 40, 60
    S152Number of B ChannelsS152 = 0 for D only (Default)
    S152 = 1 for 1B
    S152 = 2 for 2B

    S-register Strings List

    SS60SPID1 LOCSPID string location.
    SS61SPID2 LOCSPID string location.
    SS62LDN1 LOCISDN phone number string location.
    SS63LDN2 LOCISDN phone number string location.
    SS67Area CodeArea code location.
    SS77Remote Numeric
    Password
    Numeric password string for remote configuration.
    SS80SN0 LOCStored number 0 string
    SS81SN1 LOCStored number 1 string. Used for second number dialed in a multilink connection.
    SS82SN2 LOCStored number 2 string
    SS83SN3 LOCStored number 3 string
    SS84SN4 LOCStored number 4 string
    SS85SN5 LOCStored number 5 string
    SS86SN6 LOCStored number 6 string
    SS87SN7 LOCStored number 7 string
    SS88SN8 LOCStored number 8 string
    SS89SN9 LOCStored number 9 string
    SS130CR0 LOCCall Reject List Number 0
    SS131CR1 LOCCall Reject List Number 1
    SS132CR2 LOCCall Reject List Number 2
    SS133CR3 LOCCall Reject List Number 3
    SS134CR4 LOCCall Reject List Number 4
    SS135CR5 LOCCall Reject List Number 5
    SS136CR6 LOCCall Reject List Number 6
    SS137CR7 LOCCall Reject List Number 7
    SS138CR8 LOCCall Reject List Number 8
    SS139CR9 LOCCall Reject List Number 9
    SS143Packet Phone
    Number
    X.25 Packet Number
    SS146BACP Dial PrefixDial prefix for B channels, if different from D channel.

     

     

    For a complete list of Suggested Initialization Commands see the ADTRAN Technical Support Note Initialization Strings for ADTRAN ISDN Products to Microsoft Windows.

     

     

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